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  3. These slimline snaps are perfect for use with Vibes, Blades, Soft Plastics and Other Lures. Their streamline and virtually symmetrical design means that they create virtually no friction in the water and will not in any way affect the swimming action of your lure. They are also excellent for the quick and easy attachment of Rigs, Sinkers, Hooks, Wire Traces, and Much Much More!!

    1x pack of 10pieces Stainless Steel Slimline Snaps, comprising of the following components:

    • 10x Size #3 Stainless Snaps
    • Slimline, Symmetrical Design for minimal skewing
    • Heavy Duty, Rated at 60Lb
    • Squeeze Ends for Easy Application
    • Very Much Tried and Tested

    $3.95

  4. When the weather is no good for fishing, might be a good time to replace all the old rusted split rings and trebles on your favourite lures ;)

    These split rings are ideal for use on Trebles, Assist Hooks, Lure Anchor Points, Rig and Sinker Attachment, and Much Much More!!

    1x pack of 20pieces Stainless Steel Split Rings, comprising of the following components:

    • 20x Size #2 Stainless Split Rings
    • 5mm Wide
    • Heavy Duty, Rated at 20-25Lb
    • Tapered Ends for Easy Application
    • Very Much Tried and Tested

    $3.95

  5. 1x individually packaged "Pinkie/Rugger" Snapper Rig, comprising of the following components:

    • Dual (2x) Hand-Snelled 4/0 Black Nickel Octopus Hooks
    • 30Lb Clear Mono Leader Trace, approximately 50cm long
    • Green Lumo Tubing, Lumo Bead and "Super Worm" Red attractant bead to entice those hungry fishes
    • Ideal For Multiple Bait Options
    • Super strong figure 8 knot loop for easy clip-on action
    • Rigging diagram with each rig
    • Ideal for use on many reef species, including:
      Snapper, Nannygai, Morwong, Cod, Emperor, etc
    • Also great for surf fishing when targeting such species as:
      Salmon, Mulloway, Bream, Flathead, etc

    $3.50

  6. 1x individually packaged Paternoster style Whiting Rig, comprising of the following components:

    • 2x snelled Size #2 Chemically Sharpened bloodworm hooks
    • 1x Stainless Steel Sinker Snap for multiple sinker options! Simply attach an appropriate sinker for weather and swell conditions, and good to go.
    • "Super Worm" red acrylic attractant beads which resemble a bloodworm wriggling up and down the line
    • 20Lb Mono leader trace, approximately 85cm in length
    • Size #8 35Lb Swivel for easy clip-on action
    • Rigging diagram with each rig
    • Ideal for use in the surf for such species as:
      Silver Whiting, Yellowfin Whiting, Flathead, Bream, Australian Salmon, Tailor, etc
    • Also great for dropping on such boat species as:
      King George Whiting, Pinkie/Rugger Snapper, Silver Trevally, Drummer, etc
    • Or try with a float attached from the jetty for species such as:
      Tommy Ruff/Australian Herring, Larger Garfish, Chow/Scad, Slimey Mackerel, etc

    $4.50

  7. 1x individually packaged Running Surf Rigs, comprising of the following components:

    • 2x snelled 6/0 Chemically Sharpened octopus hooks
    • 80Lb Mono leader trace, approximately 75cm in length
    • Super strong figure 8 knot loop for easy clip-on action
    • Rigging diagram with each rig
    • Ideal for use in the surf for such species as:
      Australian Salmon, Tailor, Mulloway, Shark, etc
    • Also great for dropping on such reef species as:
      Snapper, Cod, Trevally, Drummer, Groper, etc

    $3.50

  8. doobie

    Breeding maggots without meat

    Yes definitely comes down to the smell and best way to attract them. Yet in Winter when I'm cleaning fresh Salmon they appear quite quickly too as I have to watch they don't get onto the fillets. Good video - I'm going to have to try that next time - seems a better way to separate them (thanks for finding it and putting it up).
  9. yellow door 1

    Breeding maggots without meat

    I was just thinking about the process and why it took so long for the maggots to take hold and what you said rings true. The reason cat food in the can wasnt ideal - is it took way too long to let off decent smell. The foul stench of death is what brings them in and my cat food in the can was too well preserved. It was basically odourless for the first couple of weeks. But when I was sorting the maggots out from the paper - flies showed up from everywhere. If I need to do it again, I'll empty the cat food into a bowl, so its fully exposed and rots quicker. Or carp fillets stink up pretty quick - yeah I'll probably use those Seeing the flies show up when it had reached its true "Stink Potential" was an eye opener,
  10. yellow door 1

    Breeding maggots without meat

    Thats great news - thanks for the update Doobie Yeah the method I saw had a much bigger bit of plywood on a slant and bright sunlight hitting the maggots to spook them out - I'll try and find the vid Found it - who says only weirdos breed maggots ( Fast Forward to the 1 minute mark to see his set up)
  11. doobie

    Breeding maggots without meat

    That's a good idea - I like that Just gave my gents a bit of a play with lid off and still going good. Some have died but still enough. So about 6 weeks now.
  12. yellow door 1

    Disposable sinkers

    Yeah theres plenty of situations and rigs I wouldnt use them on - but having something thats heavy, cheap and sinks can be handy in certain scenarios.
  13. 1x individually packaged Running Style BREAM RIG, each comprising of only THE BEST QUALITY FISHING TACKLE COMPONENTS:

    • 1x Size #2 MUSTAD Extra Long Shank Bloodworm Hook - Hand Snelled
    • 10Lb Mono Leader Trace
    • Size 6, 35Lb Black Interlock Snap Swivel
    • Size 1, 8g Bean Sinker
    • 1x Acrylic Spacer Bead
    • Rigging diagram with each pack

    As you can see, we only use quality components to create these rigs. DON'T RISK LOSING THAT FISH OF A LIFETIME because of cheap sub-standard tackle!!

    These bream rigs are made from only quality components and won't let you down. Don't pay up to $4 per rig in a tackle store when you can get excellent quality "clip on and go" for a fraction of the price!!

    Best part - not only are these rigs dynamite on the Bream, but are also very effective for such species as:

    Sand Whiting, Silver Whiting, Flathead, Mullet, Salmon Trout, Tommy Ruff (Australian Herring), School Mulloway . . . and many, many more

    $3.50

  14. doobie

    Disposable sinkers

    Now I see why you're doing it - makes sense to do that and should hopefully work well for you.
  15. yellow door 1

    Disposable sinkers

    Yeah I initially started thinking about alternative weights after donating a few surf sinkers to the local reefs. We use marker floats to define the edge and losing a few bucks when they got snagged stopped making sense pretty quick. But fishing ocean rock ledges is another place where I've wondered if donating lead is the wisest move
  16. Designed for the MONSTER REDS of areas like Yorke Peninsula, SA where these Monsters will commonly tip scales of up to 30-35Lbs!! *

    1x individually packaged "Thumper Red" Snapper Rig, comprising of the following components:

    • Dual (2x) Hand-Snelled 8/0 Black Nickel Octopus Hooks
    • 60Lb "Invisible" Fluro Leader Trace, approximately 60-70cm long
    • Green Lumo Tubing and Lumo Beads to entice those hungry fishes
    • Ideal For Multiple Bait Options
    • Size 4, 95LB Black Ball Bearing Swivel for easy clip-on action
    • Rigging diagram with each rig
    • Ideal for use on many reef species, including:
      Snapper, Nannygai, Morwong, Cod, Emperor, etc
    • Also great for surf fishing when targeting such species as:
      Salmon, Mulloway, Gummy Shark, Flathead, etc

    $4.50

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  18. doobie

    Disposable sinkers

    If it works, why not, although I couldn't be bothered lol. A bit heavy for my Gar float too
  19. SurfcaztR

    Disposable sinkers

    Old car spark plugs work
  20. yellow door 1

    Disposable sinkers

    (Caution these fellas will rust and drip rusty water - you've been warned - some people fully tape them or dip them in paint so this isnt a problem) Good for spots where you lose a few. With rebar off cuts you can get for free at any building site - a bit of wire - some tape - and zip ties - you too can have these beauties. You will need an angle grinder with a cut off wheel aswell - or a hack saw. I pulled on the wire and it got to 13kg without budging so I stopped pulling. Edit - Just tried it without the tape and a couple of zip ties and I got to 13 kgs without breaking aswell
  21. Rybak

    WOW really !

    Seen it before on FB several months back. It s all about the technique..........
  22. Softy

    WOW really !

    Nice fish.. the little tacker seems pretty impressed with himself!
  23. yellow door 1

    Breeding maggots without meat

    Will do - thanks Doobie
  24. doobie

    Breeding maggots without meat

    All good just playing ya Now, each week just take them out of fridge, open lid and let them crawl around for 30 min or so. Lid back on and back in fridge .... and repeat.
  25. yellow door 1

    Breeding maggots without meat

    I'd say I'm pretty confident.................but not confident enough to not take a quick peek after your reply. The seals are holding for now
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