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  1. 13 points
    Hunter69

    Adelaide hills

  2. 12 points
    learninglures

    Biggest Redfin Perch?

    Hi all wondering what the biggest Redfin Perch is that has been caught in SA waters. I managed a Pb pushing 40cms on the weekend, not huge but a cracker fish for a freshwater novice like me. Whats your biggest? Cheers LL
  3. 12 points
    Hunter69

    Adelaide hills

    Beautiful spring day, tried for some trout on fly in the hills. A few spotted, but not alot of action. 4 fish landed. Ran into a group of SAFFA gents, having a bbq and and catch up, along the heysen trail. When i got back to my car there was a letter and a contact number for the Association . Jolly o
  4. 7 points
    rosco1978

    Biggest Redfin Perch?

    46 Cm from memory
  5. 6 points
    AquaticResearch1

    Biggest Redfin Perch?

    Found a photo of the big girl. She may have seen even better days previously, judging by the size of her head, but what a beast it was.
  6. 6 points
    southie THE BANGA

    Biggest Redfin Perch?

    Mine to this day is 44.5cm Between two of us we caught easily 70 Reddies...... Got 3 Fish in 3 casts they went 42.5cm, 43.5cm then this one at 44.5cm Was an epic day......
  7. 5 points
  8. 4 points
    Meppstas

    Another adventure chasing trout..

    This video clip is from the trip I reported on a few days ago, another beautiful stretch of water in a small tannin stream... cheers Adrian
  9. 4 points
    Softy

    Biggest Redfin Perch?

    Few years ago now.
  10. 3 points
    Knackers

    Best Moons/Tides for Mulloway Fishing

    I have always been told new moon leading up to full moon, or more specifically three days leading up to full moon. Also mostly fish west/far west coast. Seeing as I just fish when I have the time, but would like to target better in the future, what is the consensus? I know they go nuts when the barometer drops quickly.
  11. 3 points
    Tinker

    Biggest Redfin Perch?

    Yeah most of mine lately have been on weedless Z-man grubs in shimmer pearl and midnight oil. This fish got pinned by my mate on a shimmer pearl and then went for my grub on the way in. And three big lunker redfin followed it in to see what all the fuss was about. Well fed fish. Sent from my SM-J120ZN using Tapatalk
  12. 3 points
    Meppstas

    Biggest Redfin Perch?

    That's one beautiful size reddie & in great condition too.. I used to catch some large ones like that many years ago in the lower Torrens River in the Underdale area.. probably full of carp now days.. Finniss River used to hold some decent ones back then too... cheers Adrian
  13. 3 points
    AuusieDave

    DIY kayak trolly

    If you look at my avatar, my Hobie Outback is great for taking the cart with me. In fact I wont use this yak without taking the wheels as they form the back rest for the seat and my box sits nicely behind them.
  14. 2 points
    I've got a mate who sets an alarm on his phone and watches the water to make sure its gone slack - then he casts - he likes the the exact second the incoming tide starts. He doesnt want to put lures infront of fish that arent ready to feed yet I'm a bit more relaxed - I'll take any stage of incoming tide. But I prefer it to happen around dusk. With lures - I usually put 12 casts in to a spot before moving on to the next. But with livies - I'll sit it out and a 3- 4 hour session is long enough to let me know if they were going to hit or not. I really start to focus on the rod tips once darkness begins to fall - thats mainly because I've caught all my livies and I've got nothing better to do - but change of light and the hour or 2 after, are when I do my most intense staring at tips. I do like weak incoming tides in the most of the spots I fish. Theres always exceptions where the complete opposite is true - like a bottleneck where bait is forced out on an out going tide. But as a general rule - incoming tide at dusk is what I go for
  15. 2 points
    Softy

    Best Moons/Tides for Mulloway Fishing

    I've heard around the new moon... Yet to catch one so can't really comment.
  16. 2 points
    malb

    Freezing Crab

    Yeah, I know, but nobody home to eat them at the moment. Well, except me, so maybe I'll just have to step up! Cheers.
  17. 2 points
    snafu

    Freezing Crab

    Mal, I met a bloke years ago who cooked them, shelled them, packed the meat in meal sized containers and then froze them. I had always practiced catch 'em, cook 'em & eat 'em and after he gave me a box of frozen crab meat to try, I still believe in catch 'em, cook 'em & eat 'em - you just can't beat fresh blue swimmers.
  18. 2 points
    Meppstas

    Another adventure chasing trout..

    Never used a soft plastic in all my years of trout fishing Tinker, haven't felt the need to.. My sponsor is very big with soft plastics too.. I stick to what I know best and what works for me..(95% of the trout caught have been on the Mepps spinners) going for my 10,000th trout this year since moving to Tassie back in March 2000.. Hope to reach that milestone by mid October if all goes to plan, needed 123 at the start of this trout season .. To date I've caught & released 26 trout.. only 97 to go.. cheers Adrian
  19. 2 points
    southie THE BANGA

    Biggest Redfin Perch?

    Cheers mate..... All fell to a pink Z man Grub.... All 3 were caught in the exact spot each cast. Not sure if they were doing there "thing" or was just right place right time.... Also noticed it was just before a big storm was forming... Barometric pressure might of had something to do with it...
  20. 2 points
    keenfisho

    Biggest Redfin Perch?

    You can get them in lighter versions mate I’ve got some somewhere from when I used to yak fish, 1/32 by memory
  21. 2 points
    peatop

    Biggest Redfin Perch?

    I used to catch them many years ago when soft plastic first cam out, although this was just over the border in vic, but they were lots of fun on sp's, thats a cracker of a fish
  22. 2 points
    styla

    Biggest Redfin Perch?

    Stunning looking Reddie mate , great pics. Mine is 45cm 1.67kegs
  23. 2 points
    Tinker

    Biggest Redfin Perch?

    No photos but my best was up at the Warren in the good old days. 42cm and fat and healthy caught on an 8" scrubby. I would say your fish is in the high 40s and pushing 2kg or over. Stunning redfin mate and congrats on a new PB. Sent from my SM-J120ZN using Tapatalk
  24. 2 points
    peatop

    Another adventure chasing trout..

    Tinker, i know a younger version of Adrian that uses everything for his trout sessions and does really well. I've got to agree that just getting out in these places your visiting is well worth it, and to land 6 fish in an hour and forty-five is a good bonus, befote i gave up fishing it was a 50/50 for relaxation and to catch a fish, having found i can kayak fish has been like a new lease of life, but if i can get out on the water it's something else, i wish i had discovered it years ago
  25. 1 point
    peatop

    Tannin water wild brown trout..

    I used to love the camping trips to the vic mountain streams, the tranquility was something, i wasn't much of a fisherman back then although we often caught a feed, it's certainly something i would totally enjoy doing these days but I'm not sure im capable of doing, although im heading that way as soon as i can arrange it so i will give it my best shot, i do get a lot of enjoyment from watching and reading of others posting their trips, it also help with motivation
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