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Hi Kev Try using a simple uni knot and once tied well it will suit everything you need, IE back to back uni`s for braid to leader connection, to jig heads... keep it simple... Hows this compare to the FG knot? I find this a great knot on land and use it when attaching braid to mono or fluro... but s...
Think there is only 15 jerk shad 5 inch in a gulp tub now... at least that's my count. The tub now seems to be a new shape also..... smaller too so not sure it that equates to less juice. Thenormal price i can find is $29.99 a tub and $12.95 a pouch. Rebel sports often has sales though as does the w...
- Mon Aug 21, 2017 6:48 pm
- Forum: Reviews
- Topic: True Kit Tactican or Nifty inflatable
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Hi I have seen these on line and one on the water.... seemed to function well... owner seemed happy and they could certianly go at a good speed.... Just wondering if anyone has had any experience with them in real life and how they woulld rate them as a smaller motorised fishng platform. Thanks for ...
- Tue Jul 18, 2017 9:43 am
- Forum: Rigging and Rigged Kayaks
- Topic: Old Town, Predator 13
- Replies: 20
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Hi... is that the bigger version of the ute box.. I have one for my ultra 4.3.. will that fit?
- Sat Jun 03, 2017 5:35 pm
- Forum: For Sale or Wanted
- Topic: Fishing gear on sale 30% off this weekend
- Replies: 1
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Hi All in case you have not seen Gulp and all fishing gear at Rebel sport is 30% off this weekend. Spend $50 and free postage for online sales.
- Mon May 29, 2017 11:19 am
- Forum: For Sale or Wanted
- Topic: cradled to fit Prorack Wisbars
- Replies: 4
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[facebookvideo][/facebookvideo] Sold my fish tank so I'm looking at cradles to transport the new yak upright . It is awkward for me to carry it upside down . Does anyone have experience with the cheap ones off TradeMe? Are the real mc coy really worth the difference? Kraken is 30 kg plus ! Hi I have...
The Clifton option sounds good Blair , so I think I will launch there Sat morning , conditions permitting , and if my fishing mojo is still pumping I will look at Sunday too. Will get some bait organised for you Bruce . Cheers H , and the Aquarium tour sounds very do-able, good idea , I will work o...
That Bait offer sounds very good Herman.. I am not as fussy as penguins. Re activity perhaps a guided kayak tour thru the national aquarium? Weekends starting to look better... Sunday is my pick for the day.. though tomorrow may be marginal/doable at TA/Clifton too. Blair when you say an easier laun...
Hey Herman... certainly sounds like a heck of a year for you. You will be looking forward to a less stressful year ahead. Keen for a catch up what did you have in mind? Also looking at going out this weekend if weather forecast stays looking goodish. Will probably aim for around TA... hopefully the ...
Thanks Janet appreciate the offer... i very well may do that.. cheersKayak Adventures wrote:Hi Bruce - Always happy to give the heads up to how the fishing is in the Coromandel Area. Rob manages to get out occassionally!! Stop by our place on the way past to PapaAroha.
Hope there's any fish left for you as the Facebook New Zealand kayak fishing group are having their open invite meet there this coming weekend where 40 odd yakkers are attending. Hopefully a lot of catch and release then... now not sure if lots of fish caught over that weekend will be a good sign.....
I have a tentative booking at papa aroha from Sunday 24th for the best part of a week. Weather dependent of course.... just wondering if anyone knows what the fishing is like there at present or will be in the area at that time. Its a long way from the Hawkes Bay but good fishing and I'll be in. Tri...
Hi Rex well done nice to see the port producing well and a variety too. I ended up going to Te Awanga in the end, surf was up and nearly bailed but it settled shortly after arriving. Headed off and coming back in interesting but uneventful .... a bit sideways with a cockpit full of water and a wave ...