I’m from the high country, trout I understand, I’ve not long moved closer to the coast and am able to target salmon for the first time in the clutha, I’ve been using Z spoons up river and weight forward ticers around the mouths, getting 80m or so casts with them. I,ve been going every weekend since the first week in Jan. I’ve caught a dozon or so…[Read more]
went into the sports shop in Dunedin yesterday, got yarning with the guy behind the counter, showed me this photo on his phone of his mate holding this large kingfish that he’d caught in otago harbour a couple of evenings before, didn’t know they got that far south, amazing!
selleys, ultra clear araldite epoxy adhesive. it comes in a little double barrel siringe, one is the resin and one is the hardener. squirt some into a little cup add some glitter mix together and apply with a wee art paint brush. its hard to the touch after half an hour but set aside for 24 hours to dry properly
I went to the warehouse crafts section and got some "2 tube" clear epoxy resin and some red and some green glitter, mix the glitter with some resin and apply to your lures, some red, some green, you can even get some little googly eyes to stick into the resin, they look real cool and are very durable.
people by nature abide by the law, who polices the 2 a day rule now? shark slayers 10 tags with your licence idea is excellent, and the fear of getting caught with an untagged fish would be deterrent enough. the tags could have a chip in them that would have to match your licence number. you could request them by right with your licence rather…[Read more]
Why not put a season limit on it, 8 or 10 big searun salmon per licence holder is more than enough for any household freezer for the year. The old meat hunters would be in and out reasonably quickly and free up some room for the weekend warriors. There would be a lot of win win scenarios with this system when you think about it.
What do ya recon?