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- Sat May 02, 2015 6:44 am
- Forum: Do It Yourself
- Topic: Ways to connect outriggers to hull?
- Replies: 4
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I would do it the way badphlegm suggests! Remember anything that gos under the yak is going to course drag, and reduce the effectiveness of your sail. But if you really wanted to go the way you have shown i would use stainless wire or strop and a stainless turn buckle like they use to hold rigging t...
Sorry I have no camera at the mo,sad in this day an age i know. I have used the same method to build my fish bin on my yak. went out with a mate last night for a session on the snapper, he has a proper $160 fish cooler bag in his yak. we had 5kg of ice each, after 5 hours fishing his ice was almost ...
Hi Ive been away for some time so this may be to late to be helpful. I built my chilly from pvc shower lining. Its fairly light, glue-able, easy to cut. molding an shaping is a breeze using heat and as far as i know its food safe. I lapped all corners by bending a 20mm section of each side at 90dege...
- Sat Dec 17, 2011 8:32 am
- Forum: Northland Kayak Fishing Club Inc
- Topic: fishing knowledge Paihia?
- Replies: 5
- Views: 1217
anybody fishing Paihia over the xmas week? Iv never been there before, should be arriving on the 22 dec would luv a fishing buddy or some local knowledge.
- Tue Nov 01, 2011 7:32 am
- Forum: Tackle and Accessories
- Topic: trolling and livebaiting for Kingies
- Replies: 18
- Views: 1917
to much thinking! there is no need for a clip at all. Simply blow up your ballon, when ready to tie a knot in it take a small loop of the main line the required distance from the live bait and feed it through the balloon knot, pull the balloon knot tight, then pull line through the knot so loop is t...
I Agree with most of the other comments regarding currant strength vs height in water colum. the type of fish you are targeting wil also have a bearing on this. I always fish in the best currant i can find, though if it is real fast i will try to fish the edge where its alittle slower. The hard thin...
I too love the alveys and use nothing else. as for broken and worn parts..... Ive never had any of that trouble and ive been using them for over 20 years. The trick to tangle free casting is to replace the first eye with one half again biger. that stops any loop getting around that first eye. I also...
hey guys I dont know how this affects you guys but Ive had a request from our host at lottin point. Is there any chance we could make it the weekend before or after as they are running in a marathon on the weekend of the 10,11.
thats a shame, you know they've been having some trouble with the road up that way lately. cough cough. could end up traped there till weds before they can clear the road
Last time our auck members arrived well into the night. so no real need for fri off, though afew hoursoff in the afternoon may help. Im not sure what the cost was as being my mate he lets me off. but it was somewhere between 10 and 15 a night i beleve. I just spoke to ellis the other day and he said...
- Thu Nov 04, 2010 9:12 pm
- Forum: Tackle and Accessories
- Topic: Ocean Dancer Slow Jigs
- Replies: 20
- Views: 1751
I have never used ocean dancer jigs but generally use a Lucanus though i dont jig it, I simply use it as a sinker on my ledger rig. it hooks alest as otfen as the baited hook 200mm above it.