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baitwaster last won the day on January 24 2019

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  1. Hi guys, heading up to the Gold Coast for a bit over a week later this week and was wondering if anyone can recommend a charter or some land based spots or tips......
  2. we going again this year?? still waiting on last years prize
  3. yep now i feel inadequate. great pics fellas.
  4. read a sa angler article many years ago on the subject which was a great help and used some or the info to great effect when modified for different areas and my style.... two hooks snooded the first pushed from underneath the baits head through the top used as a tow point and the second through the bait towards the rear.... was around a size 1 and a size 6 or 8 on a 10-12lb leader (checked after each fish) blue bait were the best with froggies a close second and whit bait ad a back up. unweighted or a split shot or two and slowly retrieved with long pauses..... worked well for me on any jetty around and after dark.
  5. mad pics, seen some just amazing sunrises a fortnight ago while working but couldn't get a clear shot, the cloud formations were amazing just before the storms....
  6. good bream champ. some great pics too!
  7. yep busy as too..... but also got a pils on at the same temp just before hitting yorks last week for a few days of rain and gale force winds before a couple nice days, got out 4 times for about 40 good squid and 111 kgs between 3 of us and the kids, nothing huge but nice fish all the same, 2 stonking eagle rays as-well... get the temp controler out this week and put a nice ale on for later in the other tub a small one
  8. yep busy as too..... but also got a pils on at the same temp just before hitting yorks last week for a few days of rain and gale force winds before a couple nice days, got out 4 times for about 40 good squid and 111 kgs between 3 of us and the kids, nothing huge but nice fish all the same, 2 stonking eagle rays as-well... get the temp controler out this week and put a nice ale on for later in the other tub
  9. seen the worms in them wherever ive caught them...... no issue as far as im aware
  10. as much as i love all the tackle i have and constantly look at new outfits i cant go past a combo that's worked for me and a few mates fro years not just for kgs but very effective on them for me in the boat and Evan some of the jetties... the cheep old Jarvis walker or pflugger nimble/nibble tips, were around 25-30 bucks at the big stores..... power in the butt and load up all 7 through 9 ft of em, great for braid and the very touchy fish wont feel a thing till you hit em.... 1500-2500 reel with 6lb braid, sweet! yeh i own and use much better (read more expensive) gear but you cant go wrong especially in shallow water.
  11. dude! id hang any of them on mah wall..... well done.
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