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Noz

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  1. Noz

    Cranka lures

    I've caught reddies on em, no luck with the Bream tho
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    The Best Squid Jig?

    I've actually got that hs jig mate! Will chuck it under my UV torch.. Cheers for the info
  3. Hey hookers! Squid fishing is one of the more relaxing opportunities fishing offers I reckon.. I've certainly had a ball with mates in the past just sittin out on the rocks pullin in squids with a nice sunset backdrop.. Nice and easy for of fishing to get into as well Will be headin out Monday's sunrise for the dodge tide to try and get onto a couple from the rocks at OH. Me and my mates have little competitions with who catches the most on which jigs and whatnot, a little bit of fun.. I'll be defending my previous win against him from Wool Bay a while back, and I lead him 28-18 for the year so far So I'll be heading down to a store tomorrow possibly, to get my hands on a new jig, was wanting to get some opinions on you guys' all time favourite squid jigs.. My favourite is from the Yamashita Egi Oh Q Live 490 range - the Pink Rainbow Tape jig, has got me many a haul and has actually been torn to shreds by the squiddlies, so will either go get another one, or if I am convinced otherwise by some of you, something else! Any opinions and thoughts are welcome, would be interested to hear the different jigs you all love Cheers, Noz.
  4. look up AlexsFishin on youtube and check out some of his KI vids would be my advice.
  5. I figure you're looking for something Metro mate.. but the only thing that's big on the Metro ones are Snapps really Your best bet in my opinion would be to travel down to Marion Bay and go out on a charter there, where theres some deeper water and therefore, bigger fish; lots of pelagics such as your Kingies. Have heard of some really great catches from down there of late!
  6. I've got a 2 hour math lesson tomorrow, will study up on some spots for the weekend then..
  7. Well.. guess I'll head to Yorkes Lots of ideas forumulating in my head now, will post up my results if the weekend doesn't turn to crap.. Cheers everyone, legends!
  8. Appreciate all the tips mate, that's awesome.. really considering heading up there
  9. Will give it a suss mate, cheers!
  10. Looking at heading out this weekend somewhere not heaps far from Adelaide: within 3 hours, to camp and hopefully fish, just overnight saturday sunday trip. Just wondering if anyones got any suggestions for a good spot to camp, but somewhere that's fishing well, would love to get into some rock fishing if anyone's got any suggestions, cheers
  11. The two blokes above have definitely covered a lot and give some good tips, so I would go by what they said definitely. What I can say is that Squid are versatile in terms of tides, just make sure its more towards morning or more towards the afternoon, and even if its not, they're still available. They really are awesome fun and you don't have to spend much in catching them. Port Noarlunga Jetty is good, just cast out into the weed and retrieve out, use pinks, oranges and greens, or red and whites. Can be good fun for the kids also!
  12. Noz

    Cheap Snook Lures

    oooooh looks good bud.. im getting keener and keener with all these pictures!!
  13. Noz

    Cheap Snook Lures

    Thanks Kelvin mate!! Will definitely give them a good look, you seem to know what youre doing
  14. Noz

    Cheap Snook Lures

    yeah mate I plan to troll behind and stop when we get a fish and have a few casts.. i'll take a look at some savage gear ones, cheers mate!
  15. Noz

    Cheap Snook Lures

    Cheers Del, that helps
  16. Hey everyone, thinking about taking my kayak off seacliff to target some squid and snook in a couple weeks time. I know how to get myself a squid so im not too worried about that, however the snook seem very expensive to target and i don't wanna be spending heaps to get nothing in the end.. Can anyone suggest some cheap lures, preferably below 15 bucks.. I know the Daiwa Double Clutch's are dynamite on em, but id drown myself if i snagged one and lost it and 25 bucks went down the drain.. I'm on a tight budget is all.. Any sugestions would be appreciated
  17. yep, i agree itd be an anglerfish and archer seems to be on the money with the whitespotted anglerfish..
  18. Noz

    OnkaStomper 12

    Been keen for this for awhile now!! Just gotta work out how to get down then ill be good to go.. Awesome that donations are going to such a good cause, hope its a ripper turnout!
  19. I know for a fact that there's people catching 10 in an hour, but returning them because the water they live in probably isn't awesome so many don't wanna eat them.. Like you said, still plenty of biggens and will be a good spot for a while because they breed quickly and the council is unlikely to attempt clearing them out. For now, they're an excellent source of fun i hope there not throwing them back lol A lot of people do throw them back mate, and they don't take warnings about the fines very seriously..
  20. I know for a fact that there's people catching 10 in an hour, but returning them because the water they live in probably isn't awesome so many don't wanna eat them.. Like you said, still plenty of biggens and will be a good spot for a while because they breed quickly and the council is unlikely to attempt clearing them out. For now, they're an excellent source of fun
  21. try St clair mate.. definitely worth a try in the ponds there, just walk around and try every pond and every lure in your box
  22. Thanks fellas, unfortunately I wouldn't be able to make it down to your store Southie, I'm busy with school work and the drive might be a little long The info you've given will help me out a lot, so thanks for that! I have been upgraded to $150 so I might be able to get a little more quality in the rod.. Appreciate the help lads, and cheers Doobie I had a good one
  23. thanks lads, i'll certainly bring it into some tackle shops and see how i go fitting it to a rod..
  24. Howdy As it is my birthday tomorrow, I have been gifted a brand new reel: a Shimano Activecast 1080 surf spinning reel (im stoked ) I've also been given 100 bucks to spend so naturally I'm gonna be buying a nice new surf rod to go with the reel. I've never actually done any surf fishing but I would like to get off the jetties and onto the awesome beaches SA has to offer, and I have a great opportunity right in front of me.. I've researched into rods under 100 smackeroos and found a few that look to be good quality for the price the are at, I will list them below and if I could get some tips on what rods would be best of the three or if you know of an good quality rods for under 100 that have worked well for you or a mate ad would recommend them to a newbie that would be killa!! So the rods I have in mind are: Shimano Catana Coastline Light 1062, 10'6, a 2-piece with a lure rating of 7-21g and a line class of 3-5kg. I love the look of this one and it is bang on 100 bucks Pflueger Salt Surf Spin, 10', another 2-piece and a 6-10kg line class. 70 bucks looks like a good deal to me.. Rovex Revenge, 10', 2-piece rod that is very nice to look at and a line class of 6-15kg for 99 shmackos If ya'll could help me out here that would be much appreciated, cheers Noz
  25. Hunting my first mully in the Port tonight!! Hope we get something worth freezing the nuts off
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