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  1. Hi rangfish, the Hornes waders are definately the go if you use them a lot. We used to do a lot of fishing and netting in and around the Coorong. The Hornes waders well and truly out lasted all other waders. I personally wouldnt buy any other brand from my own experience, especially if you use them quite a lot. Good Luck
  2. Thanks for the reply's, It took around 4 hours in total, and yes it made it a lot more fun with light gear, (I am suprised that the rod is still in one piece though). Had to be very fiddly with the drag setup. Great fun though. I was only keeping what I was going to eat, I dont like wasting them either. Two were 48cm and the other one was 56cm, be nice eating eh. The bigger one took around 25 mins to get in as it was thumping pretty well and didnt want pull tooo hard just played with him, again it was awsome fun. Cheers to all, hope you all had good luck over the weekend.
  3. Hi to all, does any one know of any video footage or a link to a website to see how you rake for blueys. I have never done or seen it done, just wondering if there is a special way or not. Cheers for the help.
  4. What a lovely weekend. Great weather, fishin and all. Beach fishin with a nibble tip rod and 8lb line. So much for the whiting and gar I was after, definately NOT complainin though. Who said you need a boat to catch snapper. Christies Beach / Pt Noarlunga is the place to go.
  5. Thanks for that will give it a gl 2nite. Cheers
  6. Thanks for that, really appreciate it. Whats the diff with raking, as I will go and buy a rake. If you are heading down south at any stage, ie Kingston, Cape Jaffa etc let me know and I will give you some great spots, for Mulloway, Shark, Snapper, Whiting etc. We are heading back down there early December to try and land a few. Cheers
  7. Hi penthrox, I am in Seaford Rise but will travel if needed. I dont have a rake at the moment only nets. Thanks
  8. Howdy to all just wondering where I can go and net some Blueys. Dont have a boat, but I am newish to the fishing area. Originally from Kingston, Cape Jaffa area, had MUCH success fishing down there with Mulloway, Snapper etc. Would like to catch some blueys or is it tooooo early yet. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
  9. Howdy to all just wondering where I can go and net some Blueys. Dont have a boat, but I am newish to the fishing area. Originally from Kingston, Cape Jaffa area, had MUCH success fishing down there with Mulloway, Snapper etc. Would like to catch some blueys or is it tooooo early yet. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
  10. Thats a great idea I will make sure I give that a go. Thanks
  11. Thanks spog777, went for an all nighter last night, started at Pt Noarlunga Jetty tried everything got none. Then went to the boat ramp at O'Sullivans and had the same luck. Spose there is always next time eh. Theres plenty of fish in the sea regardless of what the pencil pushers say!!!!
  12. I had a very nice older gentleman tell me to soak Salmon fillets in milk overnight and the next day take out, pat dry with absorbent towel and cook as normal, either crumbed or battered or plain. You will be amazed, it has a totally different taste. Very similar to Mulloway.
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