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  1. nice work mate. The water is certainly flowing up here. One more week!
  2. nice work. good to see the Greenfish are still on he bite even in the cold. The mrs and daughter are away at the moment, so I'm hoping to chase a few around the ACT. Any tips for cold weather cod Neil?
  3. Hey Krusty, Welcome to the capital. Drop me a line some time and i'll see if I can pass on some tips and locations. I work in Belco and live in the Gungahlin area, fishing both quite a bit. The rivers are also worth a look for Murray Cod, but i'd say try the inpoundments first to get your eye in
  4. Great stuff mate. You have really sparked my interest in Bass on the surface! Especially if it means a chance of meeting the ellusive 'Bassamundi'!
  5. same. I've been reading since and it seems to be quite unusual. Another guy I know has been taking them off the surface consistantly. I wonder if they are feeding on the beetles and stuff that are snuffing it at the moment. Any thoughts
  6. Hi all, I have been continuing my quest for an 80cm cod off the surface but have been coming up short. Yesterday I went for a quick flick near my new house an had a belting session. Squelching around the wet lands, flicking blind into the darkness in search of my green quarey. My lure scurrying over the surface without a look. Eventually I found a small creek feeding a weed filled pool. I cautiously sent my pink koolabung cod walker under The outline of a pine tree. PLOP, bloop bloop bloop as with so many casts before. This cast however, was different. The faint sound of frogs croaking and cicadas chirping was shattered by an almighty bang. My rod buckled and line came off my reel. After a bit of a tussle with both the fish and my head lamp, a stunning 50cm yellow was at my feet. I was over the moon!!!!!! A pb yellow belly. A yellow belly on the surface! Woo hoo. But the night was still young. I picked another up on te way back to the car! How lucky can you get!?!? https://vimeo.com/117028852 Sorry about the quality guys. iPhone in the dark on my own. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Great read mate! Love the idea of a cheeky drink and a smoke mid fight, I bet your knees were shaking when you saw that one.
  8. Great advise guys thanks. No fish in merimbula will be safe! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. I'll bet. Do you have any top lures? Style colour and size ect?
  10. Great tips guys. Thanks for that. I just happen to have 2 bibbed rapalas in my assortment scratchie. And good idea Blood Knot, Saftey first and all that
  11. Hi guys, We are off to the coast for chrsitmas. I am able to join the dark side and get out on a boat! I have proved to be shocking at bait fishing off boats in the past so we are looking to tow some lures around for palegics. Could I please pick your collective brains for your top tips as far as speed, lures and spreads go? Any advise would be amazing. In the mean time, Merry Christmas to you all.
  12. Had a cracking hit on one with a walk the dog retrieve this morning. Didnt convert though.
  13. Hi guys, Continuing my Quest for surface cod. I have bought a pack of 5inch pop shadz but I’m not really sure on the retrieve for cod. I had a play with them the other night but couldn’t get a sniff from the green monsters. How do you guys use poppers for Cod? Also an update - 4inch pop frogs and mantis in white have all had some interest this season.
  14. Cheers mate. Might head over there in a bit. Many thanks Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. Hi guys. Last min trip tomorrow with some mates kids. I promised I would take them fishing and tomorrow syncs in. Does any one know of a sure fire place to pick up some yakkas or slimies? We will be leaving from belmore and only have a couple of hours to spare. Really appreciate any advise. Thanks Pomey Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk