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      IMPORTANT SURVEY   03/18/2018

      PLEASE SEE THE EMAIL I RECEIVED BELOW - attached is a survey. All raiders please do the survey and there are several questions that ask about where you get information and what apps you use - MAKE SURE YOU ADD IN  www.fishraider.com.au This represents an opportunity to help Transport for NSW and Roads and Maritime to identify key issues facing the boating public.  Results from the survey will help design programs that deliver more accurate and efficient outcomes in safety, services and infrastructure to the boating public.  The survey will take approximately 20 minutes to complete. All responses will remain anonymous.  The survey is at: https://www.ipsossurveys.com.au/O17Y0401/   The public who complete the survey are in with a chance to win:   Kannad Safelink sportpro+ GPS EPIRB and GMEGX800 Hand Held Marine Radio (combined value over $1,100) 1 of 10 L150N Auto Inflatable Pro Fit lifejackets (valued over $145 each)        


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  1. SP's DO WORK!!

    Awesome. I was convinced they worked, when my old man and I picked up 30 rat kings on them at longy a few years ago. Just on jerk shad sp's. Amazing product.
  2. Hi Gents, I've been out of the tackle world for so long so not sure what I should be looking for these days. Looking for an all rounder, big fish rod that will serve the following purposes; -Rock fishing, Beach fishing, Boat fishing - Big enough to cast far, but not as big as a surf rod and small enough to fit in an Estate Wagon. Prefer 2 piece but 1 is ok. Also looking to match it up with a 8000 size reel. I want this reel to hold up against big kings, as a NZ trip is lined up next year. Prefer one with 2 spools. Shimano or Daiwa prefered. What do you guys recommend? Budget - Rod - $100-150 Reel - 300-350 max. Cheers.
  3. Bag of fish of the central coast

    Teraglin sure do look a lot like jews. Awesome report. Looks like I will need to do some sounding before hitting a spot next time.
  4. Brisbane Water night fishing

    Awesome. Love night fishing...
  5. Was going to take the kids there for a fish, might give it a miss now.
  6. Gents, what can one expect to catch off the rocks at both of these locations? I've had a look around the forum and google but there is very minimal info. For some reason these spots remind me of Port Kembla breakwaters, a spot I love fishing frequently. Instead of driving 1 hour down to the Gong, I might hit these spots instead. I've seen some youtube videos on the boat ramp, might see if I can get the yak close enough to the port jetty without getting busted..:)
  7. Kurnell - Cronulla - Gunnamatta FAIL

    Have to think like a fish. Would you like to eat rotten, frozen food? or Fresh delicious stuff?
  8. Sickening Sunday

    Nothing worse than feeling it gradually coming on and you know you can't do anything about it. Diet coke and crackers seem to work for me. Those pills make it worse, feel all drowsy and tired. On the upside you both provided the burley for the day resulting in a mixed bag for others heheheh...
  9. Georges River Spots near Milperra for Kids?

    Funny you say that I was just looking at that Boat ramp. Nothing fancy I know but a good time wasting spot for the kids...Just a 5 minute drive from me too. Wonder if it holds anything to keep them entertained.
  10. Georges River Spots near Milperra for Kids?

    Thanks guys, looks like Lugarno is the one..Any lights there for night fishing? My eldest loves going at night. Probably because he doesn't go to sleep early hahaha... I'll pop into Kelso beach as well to have a look, see if they like it.
  11. Hi Gents, Any spots you can recommend with good lighting and safe for kids to take my little ones for a night session? Close to Milperra would be good. No eating just catch and release. They have been bugging me all through winter lol. Even little tailor, bream or yakkas to keep them busy for a night. Cheers.
  12. 1770 Lady Musgrave

    Awesome trip. Love it.