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  1. Hi Matey ,

    I have a Silstar Power Tip 1 piece 6ft ,PT-601TBL ,Baitcasting Rod ( overhead) .

    Great for Snapper , in very good condition if you are interested .

    I have no use for it anymore ,as I use spinning reels now .

    Its 4-6kg I believe cheers .

    $35

    1. Dylbaa

      Dylbaa

      Hey bud! Thanks for the offer! I should have said graphite. It's going to be used for flicking lures for callop, cod and the occasional Barra trip. Cheers

    2. lofty64

      lofty64

      It is light action ,but all good matey cheers

  2. The Penn allegience would be my pick mate, should cast a mile from the feel of them. 200gram will be more than enough aswell, i use either 4 or 6 oz. If its real bad i have higher tensile wire on some of my 6oz sinkers, its more about the wire being rigid enough so it doesnt straightenin with the current
  3. Hey mate, before i give any suggestions, 1st of all whats the budget you had in mind? Theres plenty out there that'll do the job in varying price ranges
  4. Looking back at this thread for a third time it's got me thinking, i might whack a few slabs off the side off the next few a get and give it a go in the surf, i have no doubt it'll have gummies and bronzies keen, it'll be interesting to try out anyway.
  5. I just use it in the crab nets, maybe you're onto something here!
  6. I have one setup that seems to come with me wherever i go, although it's perhaps a bit heavy for your gar, mullet etc. And pretty sporty for the larger coorong mullies and snapper. Also used it in the fresh for callop. its never let me down. The rod is a storm mojo 8-17lb 2pce and 6 foot off the top of my head Its very light on a whole and light in the tip for the rating, but when loaded up has a beautiful action. The reel i have paired is a okuma rtx pro 2500 size, spooled with 15lb braid. Would 100% reccomend this setup for a wide variety of species.
  7. Heading to the shack on yorkes for me too... hopefully theres a few fish about, the old boy got a bag of squid and crabs yesterday
  8. Hey mate... for whiting the hyperloop 4000 will do the trick... as for the others I'm unsure.
  9. Mates went with ash last week.... smashed the sambos! 4 way hookups regular
  10. Still fluro... does the job for me
  11. Wow... overwhelming amount of replies! Thanks for being so generous with the info, it's all very valuable for me at the moment With the finding schools thing, I've found them breaking the surface and cruising along and np hits... tried flicking slugs toward them too... nothing, another boat near me got 1 I have a few pilchard pattern halco's for this trip so I'll see if they can pop my tuna cherry for me The last thing is I'm running braid with an 80lb leader... how long should the leader be? Currently its about 7ft, thinking i might go longer?
  12. As the title suggests, what lure is your gun or go to lure for our sbt's? I've dragged around the redhead halco lures to no avail once before, very new to the sport of tuna fishing and just looking at getting a selection of lures for an attempt on them next week, cheers and merry christmas!
  13. Wowee! That footage is amazing! Good stuff mate, seems to be a bumper start to the season by all reports! Itching to get a session in
  14. I'll hopefully shoot up to the family shack (Moonta) in between new years and Christmas and get a bag of bread and butter fish, gar, squid, crabs. Rugger snapper on the light gear too if all goes to plan.
  15. Cheers knackers! Bought a few reels based on his reviews and been very impressed with each model I've selected through reading his analysis
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