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welcome aboard! As per Arpie's response, spend a bit more and get a newer model for the improvements in design. If you are after a skinny water sort of kayak, sit-in kayaks are fantastic, they usually weigh less and can carry heaps of weight capacity for their size due to the absence of scupper hole...
- Tue Jun 28, 2016 10:42 pm
- Forum: Freshwater Reports
- Topic: Spoons,Tailspinners,Beetlespins and Hardbodies
- Replies: 12
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i bought one of the nories based on this post.. any tips on how to work it? cast, sink and retrieved?...vertical jig? Magic lure, you can vertical jig it fast or slow, cast and retrieve with no rod tip action (lure does a nice spoon swim thing) or jerk it through the water fast or sort of twitch it...
plus we make better coffee than all of those other stores!!unsinkable 2 wrote:That fishing shop in Jindalee owned by FTP on here is awesome. I need to go there more often.
What is the shallowest you can slow jig? Does it have to hit the bottom before you start the lift? If jigging around the deeper channels here near the leases, there is a lot of timber & rubble down there that could get snagged quite easily ...... or the current will take you into the poles anyway! ...
- Sat Jun 11, 2016 12:53 pm
- Forum: Rigged Kayaks
- Topic: Australis Bass ready for adventure
- Replies: 26
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looks fantastic by the way! You've got me thinking about camping, kayaks, bass and fishing...mouse wrote:Good question, never paddled this kayak.Ftp wrote:does it still float??
I might slip down to Kurwongbah tomorrow and test
- Fri Jun 10, 2016 4:50 pm
- Forum: Do It Yourself
- Topic: Profish Reload question?
- Replies: 14
- Views: 705
when I've taken Reloads through the surf I have used 2 piece rods and stored them in the front hatch. They are more secure in there as I have a tendency to wipe out in waves..
Hi mate, I've had a Mossy Back Loomis for a few years and it is a beautiful rod to use, it's the same as the one you are looking at but in Baitcast format. Those NRX rods are absolute beasts of things, you could overpower a shark with it! The split butt thing isn't a concern either, that's what rods...
- Sat Jun 04, 2016 9:53 am
- Forum: Coordinated Fishing Trips
- Topic: Caloundra June 6
- Replies: 6
- Views: 696
I'm going to keep an eye out for your next planned outing, as this one is looking a little wild hey?! sadly, I'll be sticking closer to the side of caution and sensibility on this one!! :lol: :lol: :lol: This trip is cancelled :cry: :cry: next mission is July 4... time to give the fish their indepe...