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Howdy Folks! Been a while since I dropped in.
to Marc & team the sites looking great! Hats off to ya
My apologies for dragging up this old...
I'd suggest you use a bigger longshank mate, at least a size 4, I often use as big as a size 1 for whiting, mainly because we get a...
I use several of these Berkley Bags,(Green One) they have envelopes on one side for all your placcys & a small tacklebox on the other for your...
Welcome to the wonderful world of beach worming, it's just as much fun as catching fish I reckon.
Worms are a dead set gun bait...
The Spheros is a brilliant reel if your looking to muscle up, as you say on Kings, Macks & Sails however if you want something quick & tough, have...
Great boats mate!
I have a 4.1 Challenger & love it to bits, only problem is I just bought a bigger boat & will have to sell off the...
G'day Classic Cod,
I've been fortunate enough to have a play with a couple of the Jarvis Marine motors & put simply, they are a nice bit of...
Lookin sharp Steady
Remember that pillies are a soft oily bait, take care when putting them on your hook.
Lots of people try and squish the bait onto the hook,...
Steve Bracks, he owns Victoria :)
Personally I like the ones pictured below.
You need em runnin pretty hot and it takes ages to put the whole website address on the fish, but we...
I spent the last ten years fishing Botany bay, before I moved North, it is truly an awesome fishery.
64cm is a...
LOL How about a leg wax? Or is that a shag pile carpet underneath your rod? :)
But seriously, you'll have heaps of fun doing your rod reno,...
Have you tried these guys?
They should be able to track him down for ya.
You can run a transducer extension cable from the sounder to a certain point and then plug the cable form the transducer to the extension,...
Size 0,1,2,3,4,5,6 & 7 mate
10lb - 185lb
Yep, pays to shop around Chicky :thumb:
In the surf for me it's either 20lb Mono (Spinning for Tailor, Salmon etc.)
or 30lb Fireline (Jew), don't fish for Snapper or gummies.
Hawaiian Snaps for me too, they're not too bulky in the smaller sizes & they never fail, careful where you buy em though you can get stung on...
I haven't fished the GC myself, but try shooting a PM to tackleboxer Heath.
He is the Gold Coast Guru! :)