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  1. 6 points
    Meppstas

    Fishing Options at Middleton

    This is the rig I used for beach fishing for Mulloway at Middleton, baits were strips of squid, squid heads, pilchards, small whole mullet, salmon trout & even salmon & mullets fillets because they're an oily fish.. cheers Adrian
  2. 4 points
    yellow door 1

    Knot tighteners

  3. 3 points
    yellow door 1

    Knot tighteners

    Also twisted up some berley cages this arvo
  4. 3 points
  5. 3 points
    yellow door 1

    Knot tighteners

    Can also use the scissors as hook puller and clear tube over dowel for tightening sticks
  6. 2 points
    yellow door 1

    Knot tighteners

    Also rigged up some sliding ones
  7. 2 points
    Meppstas

    Fishing Options at Middleton

    I used to often fish for mulloway at night off Middleton beach and catch a few from time to time.. check the beach out during the day to find the gutters that;s worth fishing during the night,, cheers Adrian
  8. 2 points
    Some arrived this morning
  9. 1 point
    yellow door 1

    The Hook Doctor

  10. 1 point
    Mjadeb1984

    tuna oil

    Has anybody used fish sauce. It’s water soluble so goes down through the water column and works quite well. I’ve had pretty good luck using it.
  11. 1 point
    keenfisho

    tuna oil

    There used to be a guy in the industrial estate at Parafield around the corner from the old no air and ROH wheels factories that sold in bulk, not sure if they are still there but work a look
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  13. 1 point
    SurfcaztR

    Fishing Options at Middleton

    The sand leading into the mouth would be chopped up this time of year due to extra traffic wouldn't try it with the outback,i'd probably try mullet fishing at sugars
  14. 1 point
    It's the main reason why i went searching for these blanks to paint.. Paying 20 bucks plus for an top water lure for whiting is ridiculous. If i can provide a cheaper option that still catches fish im happy to continue painting them and sell a few here or there...
  15. 1 point
    HB tragic

    BIGGEST BREAM FROM WEST LAKES!

    I can help keep this thread going. A number of years ago was there on a Saturday morning and landed a 42 on a daiwa dc. Was so excited went back on the Sunday morning and landed a 43 again on a dc just a different colour. This is still my pb from the Lake. Regards HBt.
  16. 1 point
    Hi all.. Used the "banger" lure today.. Still works. Got my for dinner.. Im happy.. Plenty small ones interested in it..
  17. 1 point
    finatic

    tuna oil

    Carps, we have 100% tuna oil, was fortunate enough to stitch up a deal & secured 400litres from Port Lincoln recently, when its gone its gone, don't be fooled by labels suggesting the same coz it simply is not available. If you see "Tuna Oil" in bottles & it has distinct layers of different colours in it, beware coz "Oils ain't Oils" most are blends. You could be about to pay $15 or more a litre for Vegetable oil, Canola oil or whatever else they can find cheap to fill the bottle.Even Neptune branded Tuna oil, which has for years been 100% is now no longer Tuna oil, at least they tell you that though, it's now called Fish oil.Similar story to the "Cockle" thing, somebody else is prepared to pay a whole lot more for the raw product than what the fishos will, so, nil supply to the tackle trade. The health food companies are paying in some cases $30 per litre to sell you fish oil over the counter, Omega 3 at its best.Finatic
  18. 0 points
    yellow door 1

    Melbourne Hail Storm - 19/01/20

    Yeah little dents all over
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