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About dirvin21

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  1. Light Spinning Rod's - What's your choice?

    That's what I use.... I'd buy another in an instant
  2. SouthWest Rocks / Hat Head?

    Been a bit rough but hopefully it'll settle down before long..... I'm go and fish grassy with you anytime conditions permitting
  3. cheap baitcaster combos

    don't skimp on a baitcaster the cheap ones just aren't up to the task
  4. SouthWest Rocks / Hat Head?

    you can also try grassy head the macs often come in close......... kingy's are usually more smoky cape area..... be cautious these platforms can be treacherous.... I know of quite a few deaths over the years Dave
  5. Lures to replace whitebait

    when they come in the estuary here they seem to have blinkers on and they wont eat anything over 40mm and it has to be expensive the more expensive it is the more they try and eat it can get frustrating when you're bream spinning
  6. Urgent help required

    dishwashing detergent or solvol soap..... or just leave it and say it's the smell of victory
  7. Whiting, worms and longshank hooks

    I use a large piece of worm balled up on the hook with a big tag of worm hanging off the end seems to work well for big whiting
  8. Lures to replace whitebait

    zerek tango shad.... the tight shimmy action drives the kingys mad on a rapid twitching retrieve.... only downside you have to fish light
  9. Shark ID please

    some form of whaler probably a dusky or bronze impossible to tell without seeing the whole shark
  10. Hawkesbury-Nepean Bass Catch Feb 17 & 18

    Mate if it wasn't for that sickening thing called work I'd be there
  11. Wet Weather Tactics

    they're hands down the best cattie lure I've used I haven't tried a crab style plastic... the cranka crabs I use are the standard bream size ones can't remember the size off the top of my head.............. I'll talk to my mate tomorrow and see whats happening on the weekend
  12. Wet Weather Tactics

    great bream lure when used correctly
  13. Wet Weather Tactics

    if the fish are biting I'm there..... I'd fish under an erupting volcano I like to cast around drains flowing out into the river especially floating the light weight cranka crab
  14. travel rod recommendations

    thanks mate
  15. Bream surface fishing shore base

    mangroves at high tide on poppers you can work over the submerges roots but also shallow rocky shoreline especislly with bubblewee, a blooping retrieve and dont be afraid to pause the lure to a painful mexican standoff.... the 60mm halco roosta is my favourite...... most importantly stealth, stealth and more stealth oh yeah did I mention stealth if they see you it's over...... good luck and happy hunting Dave