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SaltyGreek

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About SaltyGreek

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  • Birthday February 17

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  1. Some nice fish there well done 👍🏽
  2. That’s a very nice calimari 👌🏽👍🏽
  3. Well done with the blackfish 👍🏽
  4. Biggest thrill in fishing for me all year haha. Can’t wait to go again
  5. It sure is. Pouring rain as well. That’s fish made it worth it
  6. Will try blades and vibes next time I go out. I think this fish hit the lure in the drop because I didn’t feel any tap or anything. Just went for my double flick and it was on
  7. Thanks. Yeh flathead are great and they’re pretty easy to get on soft plastics. Who doesn’t love a feed of flathead?
  8. Sorry forgot to mention. This one today went 77cm, an upgrade from 70cm.
  9. Went out today with 2 of my mates @JamoDamo and Oliver to try and land a jewfish. We’ve persisted at this particular spot for months now with no luck on jews, only bicatch and eels, until this morning in the pouring rain. We arrived at the spot at around 9:35am. We began to set up all of our gear as well as defrosting the yellowtail which we had planned on using for bait. After setting everything up I picked up my soft plastics rod and had a flick. Thought to myself “may as well do something while I wait for the bait to defrost”. Anyways about midway through the retrieve on the first cast
  10. Oh yeh gulps are good. Whenever I was having a slow session with other plastics I would put on a gulp camo wriggler (don’t know If that’s what they’re called) and I would start getting hits. However all my gulp lures for some reason have gotten black and white mould all over them, as well as their colour turning brown. I have no idea how this happened but it did.
  11. I’m sure it’s happened to everyone. One of the reasons why I don’t like gulps.
  12. Same here. Haven’t caught much during winter. Patiently waiting for spring
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