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  1. Try Brighton beach
  2. Double uni knot works for me. But you cant have your knot run through the guides. Fg knot if you want ya knot to run thru your guides on your fishing rod. either suggestions in thread will work. Personal preference.
  3. I did have a fish last Sunday morning from 6pm - 10am on the spin gear for donuts on the northern beaches. Spun from the rocks. The last 2 sessions haven't had any luck on the Pelagics . That time of year with the transition of water i guess. The action looks like it is further north.
  4. Cool video. Looks like heaps of fun.
  5. Any particular area? South coast or North coast. Havnt heard of may reports lately.
  6. That's no good. Must have just missed out on pelagic season.
  7. Hi everyone, just wondering if anyone is still getting any pelagics still ? Usually fish off the rocks and landbase. Weather is getting colder not sure if there still hanging around? Preferred method casting metals.
  8. Any luck on the fish?
  9. Any luck on the fish? After all those suggestions?
  10. Its easier to spot gutters from a high vantage point
  11. squid should be getting bigger as we near winter.
  12. That gear should be plenty for now, to see if your going to stick to spinning off the rocks. Its the perfect time to try it out as from all the reports i am reading, bonito, frigate, mac tuna are about. Probably go with 20lb braid and 20 fluro carbon leader. Get a little more distance with using lighter line
  13. Long net would be the better option. You can buy the ones that extend out if you need the extra distance.
  14. Any wharf around Sydney harbour.
  15. I use 20 gram raiders or 15 gram bishops metal lure, have no problem hooking salmon, tailor or bonito on the standard treble hooks. Get the odd one jump off if hooks arent set. Standard trebles will do until you encounter bigger fish.