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About doobie

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    Seaford Rise
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    Fishing...lol.
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  1. Hi Matey Dave here  ( lofty 64 ) ,

    Hey in the report it states Snapper at seaford reef ,is that in close , or out a bit just curious matey cheers buddy and come on SUMMER lol (y)

    1. doobie

      doobie

      Howdy Dave and hope you are well mate.

      I'm presuming in reasonably close, but from what i get, it is the reefy area out from Seaford Road - and around left and right.

      If you look a Google maps, there seems to a 'sandy / cleared' area out from Seaford Rd.  So directly out from that and left and right.

      Apparently it is near some Pro's Ground according to this also 

      Hope that helps, and yes, come SUMMER :)

      Cheers

      Geoff

       

    2. lofty64

      lofty64

      Cheers matey 

  2. doobie

    Strike hook stickers

    I'll have to replace this then - although wifey doesn't like stickers on the car
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    Single Hooks

    I've really concentrated on single hooks this year, although dabbled a bit last year. After hooking too much weed when it was around, I found a single to pull through most weed or hook very minimal amounts. I have found that it has not mattered if the hook is facing up / down / sideways etc. All hook ups so far has not mattered with the hook angle. I generally find it hardish to put a hook on the split ring even with using split ring pliers - I find using a staple remover better. The Salmon have a good sized mouth so when they swallow the hook/lure it really doesn't matter on angle as they do get hooked either way
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    Any good jerky recipes from our members?

    Nice place, went there a few years back.
  5. doobie

    Any good jerky recipes from our members?

    And which restaurant do you own? if close, I may have to venture in there for a meal Will give that jerky a go too - thanks for putting it up
  6. doobie

    "Just the one"

    Good onya Hunter for getting today in the windy conditions. That's a nice sized trout by the looks
  7. doobie

    Quick session

    Nice couple of trout and photos Hunter. Looks a nice little spot too
  8. doobie

    Pb brown

    Well done Hunter and very nice trout. Doesn't it always happen, well, sometimes lol, that you go for a fish with not much expectation and 'bang' you get fish you don't expect. Thanks for sharing
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    Wild brown trout in tannin water...

    Very good Adrian - about time we actually saw you in action I didn't even see the guy you were talking too
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    Mist on Black Bluff & chasing Fungi..

    Very nice photos Adrian. I've never known anyone to visit a forest looking for fungi before
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    Yellow tailed black cockatoos...

    you really do have a great backyard Adrian
  12. doobie

    Who's been catching salmon this season?

    I just did a bit of a Google search on that lake .... wow
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    Winter's here..

    I'm with you lofty
  14. doobie

    Winter's here..

    It must be very unpleasant having a view like that from your back deck
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    Who's been catching salmon this season?

    None for either - but trying again today (fingers crossed). The post I put up earlier, did have people catching good ST's and an odd smaller Salmon on PN jetty Saturday arvo. Mainly from the second steps. Many others along the jetty didn't have much. The guys at the end looked a bit bored, but not sure if they had anything.
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