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    southie THE BANGA

    fishing the onkaparinga

    Below is an map of where I have good success on catching Bream on baits. Resident Bream always inhabit these areas so your always in with a good chance of some nice bream. method i use is virtually a swivel tied to my main line. with between 2lb and 4lb leader line to 2 snelled size 2 or 4 hooks with either a whole whitebait or prawn with a half hitch tied on the tail. I like fish upstream of the river because of the low tidal movements, the abundance of Resident fish and the fact there are plenty of spots to easily access and fish from. Plus there is plenty of Snags and structure for the fish to hold too....
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    .... 2... ?
  3. 3 points
    dmck

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    101 sinkers and 6 beers lol
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    dmck

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    So... uhhh.... D-C..... out of interest.... just how much does that box weigh?
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    Hi guys Just to give everyone a clue, these sinkers are my 30 gram swivel bombs Surprised no one has tried to come over and count them David
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    BernardW

    fishing the onkaparinga

    It’s a matter of being in the right place at the right time with the Onk. The fish are always there but most of the time it feels like they aren’t. It does seem like it’s shut down the last couple of months. I’ve caught most of my bream on hardbodies in the Onk but started out getting them on soft plastic. Definitely pays to mix it up in regards to lure choice and cover as much ground as you can.
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    Well.. I've had a guess...... Can I provide a scientifically derived estimate now, please??
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    One guess only at this stage. It can take a few days for everyone to see the posts so we will try to be fair and give as much chance to everyone before people get another guess.
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    69 dude! Sent from my SM-J120ZN using Tapatalk
  11. 2 points
    Ok perhaps we narrow it down a little, not too much though... Between 75 and 175. Let's go a third guess!!!
  12. 2 points
    Yep, a few close guesses, except for Don Should no one win it before Bjorn gives the go ahead for the next round of guesses, he may need to add a number range.
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    Nice one guys, some of you are close but I'm not saying who haha
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    Also, those on Facebook, who has liked the Savage Tackle Facebook page? Make sure you do
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    Keep those guesses coming and remember only 1 guess at this stage.
  16. 2 points
    Mickyj

    fishing the onkaparinga

    Tinker is spot on with lures go slow slow and slower and pause . if it helps I count to four in my head wind once or twice pause count four repeat . what I’ve learnt in winter in west lakes yes I caught one winter bream go deeper water . Unless your using bait watched a west lakes bait fisher get four over 30 with mince meat on a west lakes beach . you might get luckier in warmer weather but I don’t fish the onk
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    3rd guess - 115.
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  19. 1 point
    2nd guess 76
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    I'll pop round tonight then David
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    148, I recon
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    rjgu42

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    70 Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Mickyj

    fishing the onkaparinga

    If you use plastics like grubs or slim swimz ect do not just use one colour because bream will take more than just motor oil . hardbodies years ago I learned what worked in the Pat didn’t always work in west lakes vice a versa as well . Or last year I bought a dark green hardbody matches almost a plastics colour nothing would touch it in west lakes but the Pat first fish to take I bream . I bought the same lure in grey bream STs and mullet in the Pat just mullet in west lakes guess what I’m saying is experimenting with lure colours can help
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