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Discussion in 'Tackle Talk' started by Rod Bender, Sep 5, 2016.

  1. diesel

    diesel Well-Known Member

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    A mate bought a 40 acre block at Baffle Creek (between Bundaberg and Agnes Waters), had it for years with the intention of building his 'dream home' to settle back in once he retired. His wife had different ideas about where they would see out their golden years, so the place became a dedicated fishing camp. A few of us passed the hat around and managed to put up a sturdy lockable shed with water tanks and because we use it more often than the owner, it's only fair that we contribute a bit of gear every now and then. The place has a split system a/c, a 540 litre beer fridge and the basic needs for a group of blokes to spend a few weeks fishing. The new generator will handle all the power we need. Apart from the midges, it's a great spot, only 550 kms from where I live and a top fishing location with a very productive estuary and good beach fishing. 11).JPG
    Baffle Creek

    Jeff :cool:
     
  2. diesel

    diesel Well-Known Member

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    I am gearing up for what will become my main mission for 2018 and that is to catch my first trout. It WILL happen and from the info I have gathered on the spotted dog, it could very well be the 'go to lure'.

    Jeff :cool:
     
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  3. AWL

    AWL Well-Known Member

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    Believe it or not i've been to baffle creek Diesel.One of my dads army mates from vietnam had a farm up there,would have been about mid to late 70's. Was to young to be able to go out with them fishing or shooting,but they always come back with something.
     
  4. diesel

    diesel Well-Known Member

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    Look at these little beauties. I bought them for the trip down south next year - part of the strategic plan to fool a trout, 200 of each colour for less than $10 delivered to my mail box.

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    I reckon they will be deadly on carp.

    Team Diesel
    aka 'Maggot Man'
     
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  5. reelaxation

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    serge lures prawno.jpg

    Last week I went to one of our local lures makers and picked up some gun prawn imitations- they are Serge Lures Prawno lures they are basically a semi soft plastic with trebles.

    I bought 6 and got a junior stick bait for free- for $8 each very good value :D

    The best thing as these are proven on flattie, bream, ting, flounder, taylor and salmon and hand made in The Entrance, by a very nice chap who fishes every day and is happy to give local intel.

    If you are on facebook check out their page:

    https://www.facebook.com/Serge-lures-901033226634943/
     
  6. Angler Fish Australia

    Angler Fish Australia New Member

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    Hey team, picked a little spinning fishing reel from a fishing store called AusFishWarehouse.
    I've used their fishing lures before with good results.
    Bought my first reel from them... extremely happy!
     
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  7. creekboy

    creekboy Well-Known Member

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    Hi, AFA. They certainly look the goods, hope they lead to lots of reports. Cheers, creekboy.
     
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  8. CornaCarpio

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    Bender, I've been going through this thread and estimate that you've spent this amount on fishing gear:

     
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  9. Rod Bender

    Rod Bender Well-Known Member

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    :) You haven't seen half of it! I haven't been posting pics of my recent purchases as it is just getting embarrassing!:oops: Although I have basically got everything I was after. So much stuff that I haven't used yet but on saying that I spent some time tonight watching fishing videos for motivation. I should channel most of the money for gym membership or something similar that may help...some counselling sessions wouldn't go astray either!:cool:
    Cheers
    Team Bender
    Proudly supporting the local economy!
     
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  10. kev209

    kev209 Moderator

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    I read a very interesting article a while back about loosing weight [I need to loose a bit to] by Hypnotism and Acupuncture. Some treatments but not all were very successful. I am a great believer in [electric] Acupuncture I don't mind telling people I suffer from Bipolar. To cut things short. The GP we had when we lived in the Northern Suburbs practices and teaches alternative medicine. I came off all medication and started Electric Acupuncture, it took a while now no more treatment or medication. Still have up and down days occasionally.
     
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