Rickett's Point - 25th nov

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Re: Rickett's Point - 25th nov

Postby TimboYak » Tue Nov 28, 2017 8:30 pm

M9085 wrote:I do too ,old and lazy!


LOL! The yaks have their pros and cons; cheap, easily stored and transported and next to no maintenance. On the down side, i have limited range and they dont handle bad weather too well. Sadly its one of the only forms of exercise i get so overall it works for me in PPB :thumbsup:



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Re: Rickett's Point - 25th nov

Postby purple5ive » Tue Nov 28, 2017 8:55 pm

Well done mate thats a cracking effort.
Now what are those gps co-ordinates if you dont mind :rofl:
Ps . Next time take a softplastic outfit with you as well and have a crack. Its great fun.
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Re: Rickett's Point - 25th nov

Postby smile0784 » Tue Nov 28, 2017 9:37 pm

TimboYak wrote:
M9085 wrote:I do too ,old and lazy!


LOL! The yaks have their pros and cons; cheap, easily stored and transported and next to no maintenance. On the down side, i have limited range and they dont handle bad weather too well. Sadly its one of the only forms of exercise i get so overall it works for me in PPB :thumbsup:


If it work for you and you enjoy it why not.
Keep going and catch a few more fish.
And keep updating pics on here

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Re: Rickett's Point - 25th nov

Postby smile0784 » Tue Nov 28, 2017 9:38 pm

purple5ive wrote:Well done mate thats a cracking effort.
Now what are those gps co-ordinates if you dont mind :rofl:
Ps . Next time take a softplastic outfit with you as well and have a crack. Its great fun.
Cheers


Steve almost has me converted to plastics

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Re: Rickett's Point - 25th nov

Postby Raulfc7 » Tue Nov 28, 2017 9:44 pm

Well done mate that’s a great catch :a_goodjob:
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Re: Rickett's Point - 25th nov

Postby purple5ive » Tue Nov 28, 2017 10:00 pm

smile0784 wrote:
purple5ive wrote:Well done mate thats a cracking effort.
Now what are those gps co-ordinates if you dont mind :rofl:
Ps . Next time take a softplastic outfit with you as well and have a crack. Its great fun.
Cheers


Steve almost has me converted to plastics


yeah give me a few more sessions with you and you will clean up on those flathead at bermy without using a single bit of bait, just you wait hahaha
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Re: Rickett's Point - 25th nov

Postby TimboYak » Wed Nov 29, 2017 7:41 am

purple5ive wrote:Ps . Next time take a softplastic outfit with you as well and have a crack. Its great fun.
Cheers


I actually generally start off with 1 rod flicking a softplastic and one soaking a bait, then switch to what ever is working. Have had 0 luck on the snapper with plastics this season, however i did get a good flatty and barracuda on the plastics over the winter months.

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Re: Rickett's Point - 25th nov

Postby smile0784 » Wed Nov 29, 2017 7:50 am

purple5ive wrote:
smile0784 wrote:
purple5ive wrote:Well done mate thats a cracking effort.
Now what are those gps co-ordinates if you dont mind :rofl:
Ps . Next time take a softplastic outfit with you as well and have a crack. Its great fun.
Cheers


Steve almost has me converted to plastics


yeah give me a few more sessions with you and you will clean up on those flathead at bermy without using a single bit of bait, just you wait hahaha


Lol the old and wise never fail lol.

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Re: Rickett's Point - 25th nov

Postby smile0784 » Wed Nov 29, 2017 7:51 am

TimboYak wrote:
purple5ive wrote:Ps . Next time take a softplastic outfit with you as well and have a crack. Its great fun.
Cheers


I actually generally start off with 1 rod flicking a softplastic and one soaking a bait, then switch to what ever is working. Have had 0 luck on the snapper with plastics this season, however i did get a good flatty and barracuda on the plastics over the winter months.


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