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  1. Some great bass there! I've been out only a handful of times this season, but not much luck around the Penrith area. Cheers, Wellzy
  2. If anyone is interested in the fundamentals of the game, there was an active live stream of the scoreboards and base cameras, along with commentary. In the following clip, the first game is the game played for the wooden spoon, which we almost won. https://m.twitch.tv/videos/236629926
  3. Finally home, unpacked and back into the swing of things. Time for a report! But first, a small bit of info - For Teams and Lord of the Rings, the placings are based on victory points (based on the fact that it's 3 people/teams in each game). First place gets 6 points, second place gets 4 points, third place gets 2 points. Lord of the Rings: In round 1, we played 6 games of Lord of the Rings. Top 36 players continue to round 2, then the top 9 out of the round 2 games make round 3. Top 3 from round 3 make finals. Finalists play 3 games, and are then placed by average score over those
  4. Thanks guys! First update - We're playing a side event today called Lord of the Rings. 3 people in a circle, all of the same colour. You get zero points for tagging someone, but you *lose* 100 when you get tagged. Closest score to 0 wins. The basic premise of this game is "Shoot people, don't get shot!" Cheers, Wellzy
  5. Another thing to add to this - a player from before my time (alias Sinc) started a fun idea of ranking the teams prior to the event starting. Since then it's grown to a point where everyone gets involved reviewing other teams and posting some info about them, as well as the predicted rankings. Here is our team's review and the predicted ladder! Cheers, Wellzy
  6. Good on ya Ryder! Once things finally start to settle and get less hectic I need to get back out after the luderick. Cheers, Wellzy
  7. Hey raiders, it's that time of year again! This year I'm competing in my second national championships for lasertag. Last year (the post is buried somewhere here in The Bar) I competed in Adelaide as a first-year rookie, and we finished 27th out of 33 teams. It was, at the time, the largest lasertag event held in the world! This year we compete in Albury. I'm captain of a team this year, and I'm taking down 2 players from my 2017 team, along with 3 first-year rookies. There are 37 teams competing this year, which will break another competition size record. The Australian scene is blo
  8. I actually just read through this article, and reporters had interviewed our very own member @Scratchie!! Complete with a short video he posted to his personal social media. Cheers, Wellzy
  9. Derek, I have a reel spooled and ready to go with 15lb braid, probably should've mentioned that in the post! I've got a couple of those flutter type jigs. I might buy a back of SPs and some jigheads, and maybe a popper or two and have a crack! Cheers, Wellzy
  10. Hey raiders! I've got a 9ft rod good for casting small metals (cast weight 20-60grams) and I'm hoping to have a crack at lure fishing land-based for Kingfish and other pelagics. I've got a few metal lures between 20-60g, but I was wondering what hardbodies would be good to have a go at this? Is it enough cast weight for large enough hardbodies, or should I just try my luck with the metals? Cheers, Wellzy
  11. Good stuff! It's always great to get into those schools of bonito. And a legal kingy to ice the cake! Cheers, Wellzy
  12. In regards to lures? Nah. I'm happy to try out either!
  13. What sort of knot have you tied there, Rick? Looks like a good way to go. Cheers, Wellzy
  14. I think you made a wise call there Scratchie. While you were out enjoying the waterways and catching some nice fish, I was at home nursing a nasty headache. I'm still a bit dusty now, first day back at work! A great shot of the sunrise, too. Cheers, Wellzy
  15. Hey raiders! After a quick flick at the Nepean over the Christmas break that netted me an 8cm bass, I lost my favourite bass lure, and I've decided I need to expand my rather small collection. I have a small range of 38-40mm diving cranks, and various surface cicadas (hardbody and soft-shell). What are your go-to Bass lures, if not cicadas or cranks? Has anyone used Berkley Power Pop frogs to success? Thanks in advance. Cheers, Wellzy
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