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by meppstas
Tue Apr 30, 2019 11:50 pm
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Good day with 21 trout caught & released.

Had a great day in a small tannin river yesterday using the Mepps Aglia Mouche Noire inline copper blade spinner. Conditions were quite cool early on but became better as the day went on. Water level was low but still good enough to be able to pick up a few trout. Well, it turned out to be a top day...
by Truedogz
Wed May 01, 2019 4:56 pm
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Boof Diary 2019

Since the debacle at the Codference my closest friends have told me that I’ve changed, that I don’t mix with people and rarely smile. Its probably true after that let down, I know that I rarely get a good nights’ sleep now and have a very negative view of the future. I’ve come to accept that the dre...
by 4liters
Wed May 01, 2019 7:52 pm
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Re: "Big Redfin" challenge

I dunno much about them but I pulled a 47cm fish out of the local last saturday. Funnily enough I'd hooked a bit of weed and was ripping the lure back to get the weed off and re-cast when the fish smashed it.


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by rb85
Thu May 02, 2019 6:44 pm
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The Boof Diary Fishranger

Hey all I messaged Truedogz after he placed his report asking if I could post his fishing days and see what produced particularly when it came to barometer and moon phase I am yet to analyse the data collected but thought I would post it anyway and people can see if theres any obvious patterns From ...
by Bugatti
Fri May 03, 2019 4:45 pm
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Re: Protecting our GPS Marks and Fishing Spots from others

Bugatti, surely all of your GPS marks are put together in a custom made clip art meme that no one could ever replicate? Close, I do call my spots by people's names and not by fish (ie. my Son's Snapper Spot which he found sounding with me, when he was about 10-12 is named after him), named after od...
by April Fool
Sat Apr 27, 2019 6:30 pm
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Tank testing cod!

Hi peoples Was checking out a local cod this morning whilst its tank was being cleaned by one of the cod's minions! So I asked the cod's minion if he has ever done a 'hold different colors up to the glass ' test? The answer was yes and the most popular colors....orange and green. He then showed me. ...
by Brett
Mon May 06, 2019 2:44 pm
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Re: Top water lure bibs - where to buy

Surface snakes, tend not to have that shape bib on them and quite often they are alloy, so you can tune the lure slightly if needed. Have a look at the Mudeye snake for examples.
by Seb85
Mon May 06, 2019 2:23 pm
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Re: Top water lure bibs - where to buy

Hi all - This winter, wanting to try making a topwater timber snake lure for cod. Just seeing viability of bothering to attempt if i can get a front for it. Have found diving bibs easily online but no topwater fronts. Dont know if im searching with wrong keywords to find them if they are there...? ...
by Brett
Mon May 06, 2019 5:55 pm
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Re: Top water lure bibs - where to buy

Not 100% sure, but the surface bibs give the lure action, which is probably more than what a snake has if it’s naturally swimming across the top. The small bib will give it a bit of presence to attract the fish, but won’t overstate the actual action of the lure. My thoughts anyway.