Jewhunter

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  1. Ultra Light Bream Reel

    Plueger supreme ST. Far better reel that the D or S reels & very underrated. I've had them for years & they outlast any of the others. Come standard with carbon drags, & they are as smooth as butter.
  2. Manly Beach

    2nd pic is a shovelnose shark. Beautiful critters. Glad you released what you caught.
  3. Lets smash this record Raiders !

    Hahaha! I reckon we've thrown back quite a few record Bakers whilst cursing them Rick!
  4. Northen beaches pelagics from the rocks

    Too true mate. It's a horrible thing that can happen to anyone. Sorry to hear about your mates as well, & glad to hear you made it through. I fished Whale, Bluefish & Yellow Rock when I was younger & I'm not sure if it was luck, good management, or both, that didn't see me go in at some stage!
  5. Northen beaches pelagics from the rocks

    Please be very careful fishing the Ovens or Sth Whale. It's claimed many lives over the years. I lost a mate there myself years ago.
  6. sydney harbour fad / 12mile

    It's a small boat to take out that far. The conditions would have to be perfect for a boat that size. You can't go out that far without a radio. You will also need an epirb.
  7. Baitrunner Vs Other reels

    Spot on with the jews Jon. The longer you let them run the more you miss. It took me a while a long time ago to work that out, as it was the norm back then.
  8. Fish ID. "Blue Striped Goatfish"

    We used to call them red mullet when I was growing up.
  9. Mullet stink. Literally

    It's their diet. They are generally a scrap & detrious eating fish, so it would be their diet that causes that. They are also an oily fish, so even if the smell is bad they taste ok on the bbq. but I don't eat them. If you don't pierce the gut cavity then the fish won't smell as bad.
  10. The last few bass

    That is a ripper wild fish Jon. Good on her! It took me many years & many hundreds of bass to crack the 50cm mark.
  11. Flatty on hardbody in the shallows

    Nice fish mate. Looks like that lure works a treat! That looks like it will be a cracking winter spot. As the weather & water cools the big lizards get into the shallows during the day to get warm. It's exciting fishing. Well done.
  12. Snell knot

    Yep, that's how I tie them & they are very fast, easy & strong. I tie my double hook rig for big dead baits this way & it works.
  13. New kayak just added to my collection

    I like your thinking! I have 4 yaks, but 2 are for kids & 2 for adults. The Jackson is a great yak. Is it the Coosa?
  14. New kayak just added to my collection

    That's a very nice rig! The other 4 might get neglected for a while.
  15. Cape Byron Busting!

    Hey mate. That's pretty common for this time of year. Warm currents are still pushing down from the north. We get queenies & AJ's at the Tweed mouth. I've even caught small queenies up the Tweed in M'bah. I'm a bit too old to make the hike down the lighthouse these days, but with this fresh pushing out of the rivers & the right amount of swell running I'm seriously thinking of having a spin for a jew off the north Brunz wall or down south Ballina wall. I know that this is usually a great time of year to get schoolies off north Brunz.