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  1. 13 points
    Hunter69

    P.b Trout

    Thought id go for a fly in hills this morning, first fish, a new personal best. 45cm and over a kilo easy. Pushing 1.5kg. 8 fish in total. Home by 1pm. All on a ruff wooly i tied with some blue flash tinsel. Happy new years
  2. 8 points
    Hunter69

    P.b Trout

  3. 6 points
    David_C

    Kadina Market - 19 January 2019

    Hi all If you are one of the lucky ones to be holidaying on Yorkes at the moment or are one of the even luckier ones who permanently live on Yorkes, come and say hello to me and my wife at the Kadina Markets on January 19th. I will have most of my range of sinkers available and will also be taking pre-orders. I will also be doing a special price on the sinkers for the market as well This is a new experience for me and if this is successful, we may be doing a few more markets on yorkes as well. Just hope that the weather plays ball, as I may be taking the fishing roads, for a sneaky fish on the way home David
  4. 5 points
    Hunter69

    YFW fillets

    Any decent seafood resturants use weights. Alot of fish will curl. When i cook any fish weather it be whitting or garfish il use a saucepan lid and push hard on the fish skin down. Creating contact with the skin and pan. Crispy skin. No curling.
  5. 5 points
    Hunter69

    P.b Trout

    Photos too large so il have to add one at time
  6. 3 points
    dmck

    Keeping sounder wires tidy

    I ran mine in flexible conduit then used zip ties. You can get the conduit with a split in it so you push the cables in rather than thread them through
  7. 3 points
    Meppstas

    Leven River, plenty of trout caught..

    This is the video clip of the Leven River report just posted on the Forum (Interstate Section) Full written report & photos are there.. cheers Adrian
  8. 3 points
    Hunter69

    P.b Trout

  9. 3 points
    All good, but get someone else to do the cleaning....problem solvered. . No need to scale fish over 3kg. Just skin or cook with scales on as they come off simple as with the skin & keep the moisture in. .
  10. 2 points
    doobie

    YFW fillets

    All my saucepan lids are curved so I'll still get a curled fillet lol
  11. 2 points
    Aff

    YFW fillets

    @Hunter69, he's on the money regarding fish cooking weights.
  12. 2 points
    Softy

    P.b Trout

    Awesome start to the year!
  13. 1 point
    projoe

    Keeping sounder wires tidy

    self adhesive ziptie cable holder is one name i found on google i'm pretty sure i got some from jaycar it was some years ago now electrical outlets or bunnings mite stock them
  14. 1 point
    Territory Lad

    YFW fillets

    @doobie hahaha that was my exact thought too! @Hunter69 aggree with cooking majority skin side down, for the same reasons you have mentioned. I assume a smaller saucepan/fry pan would achieve the same result? Ill definately try it on the next batch!
  15. 1 point
    doobie

    Clickers

    And cast delicately too - too many times I've cast only see the clicker going in the wrong direction !
  16. 1 point
    Hunter69

    YFW fillets

    Just try a saucepan lid that will fit in your pan. Push it hard for 5 seconds. Then let it rest on top whilst cooking. Ive been tought to cook fish 90% skin down 10% flesh down, so your not loosing moisture. Depends how fussy and anal you are i guess, Fish is fish.
  17. 1 point
    anchovy

    Rod/line squid

    they have to pay money for a fishing license though and we don't so we have it better
  18. 1 point
    SurfcaztR

    ABU GARCIA REVO ALX SPINNING REEL

    I had the MGX which i sold new and never got a chance to use it,realistically what your looking at is very much the same as a stradic 2000 for size and weight. The reel you are looking at will serve you well for those smaller species but i would go for a stradic if i were buying again.
  19. 1 point
    Underpants

    Rod/line squid

    Yeah but we can have 3 hooks per line and the Vics can only have 2 !
  20. 1 point
    Underpants

    Rod/line squid

    2 + 1 teaser. See: http://pir.sa.gov.au/fishing/fishing_gear/permitted_devices#toc14
  21. 1 point
    Priemsy

    Flathead

    Are there any spots on the south-east SA or south-west Vic coasts that you can catch a Flathead?
  22. 1 point
    Hunter69

    Yeti ice bricks

    Purchased some large yeti bricks today, sick of d.i.y milk cartons breaking. has anyone put them to use ?
  23. 1 point
    dutchy

    Yeti ice bricks

    Yeti gear is expensive but well designed & built I took 3 months to get a 4L drink bottle wasn't paying retail... SSSOOOO happy I eventually got it. 4l thermos on a 40deg day working in the sun best drink bottle I've seen For fishing I use a salt saline solution in 6 X 1.25L bottles & few bags ice to make a super cold ice slurry for fish Usually I get frostbite while filleting lol
  24. 1 point
    doobie

    Yeti ice bricks

    Not used them, but they look a little rich to buy. I just use a few 1.25lt soft drink bottles or plastic milk containers - does the job well enough for me.
  25. 1 point
    Bit of a feed at least. In the right conditions you can get mulloway snapper sharks and kingfish.
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