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  1. Hey Guys. As many of you are aware, I am really trying to ramp up the videos of late. One of the things that is really bugging me lately is seeing people not necessarily doing the right thing when it comes to size and bag limits so this is our way of trying to promote the correct behaviors throughout the fishing community. I know that obviously most (if not all) of you guys will not necessarily fall into that category but thought I'd upload this one for those that may wish to use it as a how to guide to make some cool little measures up for yourselves The measures actually come up really well and look pretty cool too If any of you would like the template to print, you can find it here: Blue Swimmer Crab Measure Template - THE FISHING GURU.pdf Cheers for your time Hookers.
  2. Hey Guys. As many of you are aware, I am really trying to ramp up the videos of late. One of the things that is really bugging me lately is seeing people not necessarily doing the right thing when it comes to size and bag limits so this is our way of trying to promote the correct behaviors throughout the fishing community. I know that obviously most (if not all) of you guys will not necessarily fall into that category but thought I'd upload this one for those that may wish to use it as a how to guide to make some cool little measures up for yourselves The measures actually come up really well and look pretty cool too If any of you would like the template to print, you can find it here: Cockle Measure Template - THE FISHING GURU.pdf Cheers for your time Hookers.
  3. Here we have a really quick tutorial on how to measure Goolwa Cockles / Pipis when collecting for food/bait. Please note that the current size limit in this area (Goolwa SA, December 2017) is 3.5cm minimum and the bag limits are as follows - 300 per person - 900 per vehicle (4 or more people) - 1200 possession (total allowed in storage/freezer) Keep an eye out for a new video coming shortly on how to make a basic cockle measurer out of an icecream container lid Don't forget to hit the "Subscribe" button to catch our new videos as they are uploaded and feel free to check us out on facebook: www.facebook.com/TheFishingGuru Thanks for watching
  4. Firstly, MERRY CHRISTMAS to all of our fellow Hookers Thought I would share my attempt at a festive themed video lol. Here we try something a little different. Obviously we love our fishing/camping/4WD but in this video I try and get my craft on with our other passion . . . Beer The idea for these baubles came from a random ebay purchase whilst under the influence of said passion lol. Feel free to hit the "Subscribe" button to catch our videos as they are uploaded Enjoy.
  5. As @The Fishing Guru is a little shy about telling people about his crabs I thought I'd post this up for him. Check out The Fishing Guru's other videos on YouTube -> https://www.youtube.com/user/gourmetfishingguru
  6. Seemed like a great idea at the the time. I jumped at the suggestion of heading out with a mate as the wind was looking to be minimal and after all, I am still yet to catch a salmon this season. Seriously, if we head to Waits they will all be surfing the waves at Morgans . . . a Sellicks trip will guarantee the fish are at Southport . . . if we then tried to chase them at Southport, they would head up to Moana and a couple of Goolwa Beach runs have proven unsuccessful also. Starting to think there is actually a mole in the schools, who's sole purpose is to keep a lookout for the Guru and warn the others lol. Anyhoos, arrived on location at the standard ungodly hour and was absolutely blown away by the image in front of me. It is a very rare occasion that I would consider the Onk to be an 'AMAZING' photographic specimen but . . . . Wow. With the full moon above the Surf Club, the footbridge lit up perfectly and the fact that there was absolutely no surface movement on the water whatsoever. I just really wish I had my SLR to capture it properly, as the Samsung camera does not do the scene justice. aaaaaaaand back to Salmon again. So the weather conditions were perfect (a little too perfect?) Barely a light breath of wind, cold but not "holy crap, my testicles are completely frozen" cold and the swell was tame enough to allow us to get out onto the sand bar at high tide, where we then proceeded to take a couple of snaps and make a few jokes comparing ourselves to a certain Mesiah. My mate was already out when I arrived, trying on baits with no success exept for a couple of pickers cleaning him out so we both progressed to flicking lures off the sand bar. After what seemed like an eternity (in reality, probably only 20 minutes or so) my mate finally hooks up on a little troutie. You beauty I thought, finally some fish and as he was unhooking that specimen, I also had a little one hooked up. Unfortunately I lost mine at the water line as he managed to shake the hook right at the very second I went to grab him (still on the sandbar at this stage) Another 20 or so minutes later and my mate pulls another one out and that was literally it for the day. All up, my mate found 2 juveniles around the 27cm mark and my Salmon Drought contiues Absolutely awesome morning for it though . . . maybe next time
  7. Here we go, the official announcement of The Fishing Guru Salmon Comp! Exactly the same as last month, post up your salmon related topics. Get creative, you can always post up a how to guide A massive thanks going out the The Fishing Guru. Please show your appreciation by checking out The Fishing Guru Facebook page at www.facebook.com/TheFishingGuru and like the page for updates relating to new fishing and 4wd gear. The Fishing Guru is from SA and is on Strike & Hook all the time so please get over on Facebook and support a legend of a local fisho! Also check out The Fishing Guru store on ebay at http://stores.ebay.com.au/thegourmetandfishingguru add the store to your favourite sellers and buy some awesome gear. Check out the salmon prize pack! 1 x 7g Stainless Steel 'Twistie' Surf Lure 1 x 15g Stainless Steel Holographic Surf Lure 1 x 23g Stainless Steel Holographic Surf Lure 1 x 10pk Stainless Steel Slimline Snaps 1 x 5pk Ezy Rigs 2 x Running Surf Rig 1 x Stainless Steel Fish Filleting Glove 1 x 40pce Ultimate Beads pack 1 x 20pk Black Bait bands 1 x Camo Microfibre Fishing Buff 1 x Strike & Hook Cap 1 x Strike & Hook Beanie Awesome! Get your salmon topics cranking to have a chance to win all this great Fishing Guru gear and good luck!
  8. Ok guys n girls something a little different this month. Time to get creative! Over the years this has been brought up a few times and now it has happened we have a new section of the forum How to guides and DIY projects. It's pretty self explanatory what goes in here but a few ideas... How you built your fishing cart/caddy, how you tie certain rigs or knots, your great idea for a rod holder, how to use soft plastics/hard bodies, even recommendations on how to read your sounder. This new section is currently empty, a few older topics may find there way in here but we need lots of new content so get posting. All posts in this section during March will be in the running for The Fishing Guru prize pack. We have a new sponsor on board this month so please give a warm welcome to The Fishing Guru. The Fishing Guru is an absolute legend, local Adelaide bloke who has a lot of quality gear, he sells online so is able to offer some great prices covering fishing tackle, pre-tied rigs, berley and 4WD accessories to name just a few. One cool new product that the Guru is working on that I've had the pleasure of seeing in the early stages is his very own fish attractant/scent. With a background as a chef, these scents will be killer! Check out The Fishing Guru on Facebook and please like his page https://www.facebook.com/TheFishingGuru The prize pack details will be posted up shortly
  9. Another older clip . . . This is the best way that we have found to fillet these fish with minimal mess and waste. Hope it helps
  10. Massive thanks to Bjorn for the camera and editing work . . . a basic video instruction on how to tie one of the easiest and most versatile knots for fishing
  11. Thanks again Bjorn for the camera and editing work . . . this is a very quick and simple paternoster style dropper rig. Great for reef fishing but also good for surf (try a popper on the top loop for salmon in winter)
  12. How To make a very cheap, very simple Rod Holder . . . great for light-medium fishing on the river for example
  13. Thanks again Bjorn for the camera and editing work
  14. Hi guys, this is one of our older how to clips . . . . Measuring devices are now also available from our eBay Store and Facebook page
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