- 18/12/2013 at 7:53 am #24281shark slayerParticipant
haha intetesting answer the big rabbit will help me outfish you..weather is shit man..wad just going to head out tonight but no way hard out storm!!!!18/12/2013 at 7:54 am #24282chchlandbasedParticipant
No pics today SS, left phone at home by mistake, but watch this space, will try the rocks again this weekend weather permitting18/12/2013 at 9:53 am #24283
Caught a couple of Rig surfcasting tonight , fishing was very slow. Caught one rig on my second cast, and the other on the last rod I reeled back in.
Lovely evening otherwise, and had higher expectations.20/12/2013 at 1:59 am #24290
Come fishing s.s bring that big bunny of urz20/12/2013 at 3:57 am #24293shark slayerParticipant
checked my pms this morning and no word so didnt get ready..alot of fuckheads on the road already aswel plus im already hslf pissed..being end of work friday and everything..the forecast is ok tommorrow but shit sunday???20/12/2013 at 8:47 pm #24296
Good to see you s.s pity about the arsehole fishing man sorry bout that it hit southerly haaaard here about 8.00 big front.21/12/2013 at 1:52 am #24301
Kaikoura was slow
Arrived at Goose Bay around 7pm, bit of weed in the breakers but conditions were okay. First cast resulted in a Octopus, nothing over high tide, nothing at dusk, nothing at Moonrise, nothing at midnight so I packed up and went to sleep. Up at 6:30 and started fishing Goose Bay again…. Nothing over high tide, nothing by 10am so packed up again and went searching for a work up.
Found one, two in fact. Both located between the Kowhai River and the next on further south. Caught quite a few big Kahawai. It was not long before a southerly hit and the work ups slowly dispersed so i packed up and went home to prepare for Sunday.
Much to my surprise, the road was free of idiots. They were much worst the previous two weekends. Notice lately quite a few drivers ignoring slow vehicle bays entirely which is a sad development…. Next weekend it would be diabolical. If someone is contempt to drive along at 75km/hr you would think they would have the time to pull over for a few seconds and allow all the traffic stuck behind them to pass….. The slower the driver the less patient they seem to be (obviously ignoring tractors, trucks and vintage cars they normally well behaved).
Forgot photo21/12/2013 at 5:01 pm #24311
nice pic wolf. looks like you caught a wondering spirit. to the left of the rods with the green light through it and a red ghostly shape.
Or it could just be a trick of the camera.21/12/2013 at 6:56 pm #24312
Its a beach fairy dancing over my chilly bin in the moonlight. Their faint glow goes unseen by the naked eye but can be picked up by long exposures.
Some people would claim that its ‘ghosting’ caused by the camera lens, something to do with a extremely bright light source interfering with the elements of the lens. A close relative to lens flare. Should of spent the 20 minutes or so editing it out in post processing but was much to lazy.22/12/2013 at 1:28 am #24314
Its a trippy pic
I took a pic of a southerly front hitting neast
Give me ur email addy mili il send you 2 pics to post for me im on my cell.
It looked like several spaceships inside the darkest clouds22/12/2013 at 4:39 am #24318
it’s the ghost of a long dead surfcaster still waiting patiently for that bite……just don’t turn your back thomas….he’ll probably nic off with your rod!!22/12/2013 at 6:02 pm #24323elmo22Participant
good one gollyfish it may not be a dead surfcaster it might be any of us patiently waiting for a bite and then rush out and steal his fish so we can eat and then return to our normal body shape lol23/12/2013 at 4:14 am #24326HIPPParticipant
Awsome photo mili, well done23/12/2013 at 5:05 am #24327
elmo2224/12/2013 at 3:57 am #24334
ahh!! the famous fish thief of goose bay…bloody poms !
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