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About Del

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  • Birthday 10/19/1979

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    Adelaide
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    Fishing, camping, out doors.

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  1. Colour loss with depth of water

    as a Diving instructor we may take a red tomato down on a dive with us.. and ask the students what colour it is..
  2. OnkaStomper 12

    i believe its now at $25500 raised..top effort!
  3. Cheap Snook Lures

    good luck and let us know how you go!
  4. Cheap Snook Lures

    Fishing Techniques: Most snook are taken on lightly-weighted or un-weighted baits of whitebait, anchovy or pilchards on ganged hooks or single, long-shanked hooks. They also fall to fish flesh strips, small live baits and pieces of squid. These baits should be a lightly weighted and kept moving. A gentle jigging motion will often attract snook. Snook are also keen lure-takers and fall to slow-trolled spoons, jigs, feathers and minnows, particularly on weighted lines or behind paravanes. Eating Qualities: The snook is a very good to excellent table fish, much prized in southern waters. The fish's flesh is white, moist and sweet, although a little soft. Care should be taken not to bruise the meat, and all snook should be cleaned promptly after capture.
  5. Cheap Snook Lures

    soft plastics.. and pretty much any hard body.. Green/silver/blue/red+white , when on they bite they are not really fussy.. and metal salmon lures are fine too.
  6. Odd find at Largs beach

    eaten buckets of them... not bad on the plate!
  7. Tasmanian freshwater lobster & Platypus...

    Sorry mate, in memory now it was up at Warrawong.
  8. Tasmanian freshwater lobster & Platypus...

    i wish our Murray Cray were protected.. not a chance us in SA will ever see them... and Platypus are always a rarity. we have them in the hills and Kangaroo Island.. Cheers for the photos!
  9. Storing SPs?

    try to limit whats open.. i find zip locks pretty handy. but i also stick multiple smaller zips into a single bigger one to help save space
  10. HELP me Pickling Scallops

    i do love pickled seafoods.. tommie fillets and gar fillets where a favourite for us as kids. scallops/razor fish.. hmmmm my step father always used a spiced vinegar mix, think he actually bought it. then topped it up with a few extras such as chilli and garlic.. the good thing about food is.. we all like different flavours so its just a world of experiments!
  11. ive heard plenty of stuff over the years.. and now i live so much closer to some of these spots ive heard off.. i do hope i get a chance at some land based fish this year! now a Southy!
  12. Nippers in Coffin Bay?

    yeah all my family live in Lincoln still, used to take Softy down for a few trips.. drink.. fish.. get bogged.. fall of motor bikes... repeat... great place!
  13. Nippers in Coffin Bay?

    what will you be chasing with them?? We found tommy ruff was gun bait for gardies under a pencil float. squid/cuttlefish/cockles on the bottom running rigs for whiting. ST/Tommy/pilly etc on big rigs for snapper at the ledge, Seal corner, and Salmon hole areas we only ever fished land based.
  14. Alvey Reels Australia closing down!

    got a large collection of Alveys.. given to me from my step father. and also a few ive bought along the way. will be adding a new one to the collection.. though no need to open the box for many years.. as all the others still work fine! love these reels for the beaches!
  15. bucket of hot lead.. and a heap of old kitchen spoons.. make home made spoon sinkers. used them down at whyalla for many trips..
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