SEALINE - South African Angling and Boating Community Home 
Home Recent Search search Menu menu Not logged in - Login | Register


 Moderated by: Trophy, Emperor Page:  First Page Previous Page  1  2  3  4  Next Page Last Page  
New Topic Reply Printer Friendly
Who is admin and moderators at the moment???  Rate Topic 
 
AuthorPost
 Posted: Mon Apr 10th, 2017 05:22 pm
  PM Quote Reply
21st Post
benniejordaan
Offshore Moderator


Joined: Wed Nov 14th, 2007
Location: Durban, South Africa
Posts: 12230
Equipment: No PM's regarding tutorials or waypoints. Ask in the open ...
Best Catch: Marlin
Favorite Fishing Spot: East coast
Boat: 17' Expression with twin 60hp E-Tecs
Club: Fynnlands
Status: 
Offline
Mana: 
Im back!

Back To Top PM Quote Reply  

 Posted: Mon Apr 10th, 2017 05:24 pm
  PM Quote Reply
22nd Post
Hope this username is not used
Member


Joined: Wed Jun 29th, 2011
Location: Dana Bay, South Africa
Posts: 96
Equipment: Hand line only
Best Catch: My wifey
Favorite Fishing Spot: Where the fish are....
Boat: Xplorer Pontoon Boat 35lb thrust Jarvis V1
Club: Is it compulsory?
Status: 
Offline
Mana: 
:beert(((up((

Back To Top PM Quote Reply

 Posted: Mon Apr 10th, 2017 09:56 pm
  PM Quote Reply
23rd Post
Emperor
Administrator


Joined: Wed Sep 13th, 2006
Location: Pinetown, Durban, South Africa
Posts: 1477
Equipment: Bazooka Medium HMG - Daiwa Ishidai Z40
Best Catch: 5kg Cob, 7kg Yellowfin Tuna, 6kg Dorado
Favorite Fishing Spot: Winstons Wreck, Rondebosch, Mbolompo Point
Boat: Hilux SFA
Club: SEALINE
Status: 
Offline
Mana: 
My Gallery: 
:)

Back To Top PM Quote Reply  

 Posted: Sat May 6th, 2017 01:38 am
  PM Quote Reply
24th Post
Volcom
Sealiner


Joined: Fri Oct 6th, 2006
Location: Gauteng, South Africa
Posts: 2270
Equipment: Stella and DC Ovals
Best Catch: 153kg Bronzie, 35kg Kingfish and 33kg Kob ...
Favorite Fishing Spot: Cape Vidal/Hamburg
Boat: N/a
Club: FS
Status: 
Offline
Mana: 
I miss the days where Leonard Williams used to rock the stage haha

Back To Top PM Quote Reply

 Posted: Mon May 8th, 2017 12:01 am
  PM Quote Reply
25th Post
Mike Smith
Sealiner


Joined: Tue Apr 13th, 2010
Location: Cape Town, South Africa
Posts: 5032
Equipment: Purglas Executive 14 foot Daiwa SL50H Shimano Speedmaster Technipurlin 14,5 ...
Best Catch: 14 Kg Kob
Favorite Fishing Spot: Purglas Executive 14 foot Daiwa SL50H Shimano Speedmaster Technipurlin 14,5 ...Wolfgat Nature Reserve, Buffelsjags Bay, De Dam, West of Mnandi, ...
Boat: None
Club: None
Status: 
Offline
Mana: 
benniejordaan wrote:
Im back!


.

Attachment: f k it.JPG (Downloaded 259 times)

Back To Top PM Quote Reply  

 Posted: Mon May 8th, 2017 11:51 pm
  PM Quote Reply
26th Post
Craig Van der Poll
Sealiner


Joined: Mon Jun 21st, 2010
Location: Cape Town , South Africa
Posts: 2858
Equipment: SHIMANO reels, and some sticks to bolt 'em on!
Best Catch: 170.12kg Bronzie on Throw Bait ...
Favorite Fishing Spot: da Brood!!!!!!!!!
Boat: ***********
Club: 
Status: 
Offline
Mana: 
Volcom wrote:
I miss the days where Leonard Williams used to rock the stage haha

I miss the good old days.....when men were men and wet panties were frequently worn....BWAAAAHAHAHAHA!!!

Back To Top PM Quote Reply

 Posted: Tue May 9th, 2017 09:04 am
  PM Quote Reply
27th Post
jace
Senior Member


Joined: Wed Jan 17th, 2007
Location: Pinetown, South Africa
Posts: 952
Equipment: Loomis 5 piece,Torium20
Best Catch: Garrick 10kg,Tuna 5.6kg
Favorite Fishing Spot: Lower South Coast
Boat: Inner Circle
Club: KZN Fishing.com
Status: 
Offline
Mana: 
And the other guy with the canoe ..cannot recall his name ? he put motors on them and carted it around with a motor bike

Back To Top PM Quote Reply  

 Posted: Tue May 9th, 2017 10:45 am
  PM Quote Reply
28th Post
Emperor
Administrator


Joined: Wed Sep 13th, 2006
Location: Pinetown, Durban, South Africa
Posts: 1477
Equipment: Bazooka Medium HMG - Daiwa Ishidai Z40
Best Catch: 5kg Cob, 7kg Yellowfin Tuna, 6kg Dorado
Favorite Fishing Spot: Winstons Wreck, Rondebosch, Mbolompo Point
Boat: Hilux SFA
Club: SEALINE
Status: 
Offline
Mana: 
My Gallery: 
That would be CHOCKNEL or Chock or Ouboet

Back To Top PM Quote Reply

 Posted: Tue May 9th, 2017 12:10 pm
  PM Quote Reply
29th Post
jace
Senior Member


Joined: Wed Jan 17th, 2007
Location: Pinetown, South Africa
Posts: 952
Equipment: Loomis 5 piece,Torium20
Best Catch: Garrick 10kg,Tuna 5.6kg
Favorite Fishing Spot: Lower South Coast
Boat: Inner Circle
Club: KZN Fishing.com
Status: 
Offline
Mana: 
Thats Correct
He gave us some really good fun for months :):)

Back To Top PM Quote Reply  

 Posted: Tue May 9th, 2017 05:52 pm
  PM Quote Reply
30th Post
Slapslaai
Member


Joined: Mon Oct 25th, 2010
Location: Hermanus, South Africa
Posts: 78
Equipment: Shimano TLD 20/40, Daiwa Grandwave 40 & 30, Purglass 400/2, ...
Best Catch: Moerse thing that is still swimming!
Favorite Fishing Spot: Anywhere along the South Cape coast.
Boat: Shimano TLD 20/40, Daiwa Grandwave 40 & 30, Purglass 400/2, ...My boat was classified as a submarine, it is still ...
Club: Shimano TLD 20/40, Daiwa Grandwave 40 & 30, Purglass 400/2, ...My boat was classified as a submarine, it is still ...I have had enough of club angling. Enjoying the social ...
Status: 
Offline
Mana: 
Dr halibut hoffman wrote:
_seal1_ HAHA..occasionally emps pops into drop an advert..maybe he just has bot running now :)

Enigma is still around but must be fishing his brains out then, lucky bugger.

Someone cleans up after the spam squad pull in? I Like the civility of the place, I think we all have figured the place sorta runs itself..occasionally with someone picking up the cheques and paying the bills as its still online and the advertisers chop and change still.


My personal view is that things have slowed down quite a lot the last couple of years. There were a couple of members who usually posted quite regularly but they seem to have left or they are not active. I was trying to get some info from Admin on Sealine Clothing since the Sealine clothing range has also gone missing in action.

Back To Top PM Quote Reply

 Posted: Tue May 9th, 2017 08:13 pm
  PM Quote Reply
31st Post
Bliksem
Senior Member


Joined: Wed Jan 16th, 2008
Location: Bellville, South Africa
Posts: 795
Equipment: some Shimano, Purglass, KF and Okuma stuff (even Daiwa)
Best Catch: 342g Klipvis ...
Favorite Fishing Spot: Matjieskloof - Witsand
Boat: 20ft Robcraft project
Club: GBYC social
Status: 
Offline
Mana: 
Emperor wrote: That would be CHOCKNEL or Chock or Ouboet

Attachment: Chock1.jpg (Downloaded 193 times)

Back To Top PM Quote Reply  

 Posted: Fri May 12th, 2017 10:54 pm
  PM Quote Reply
32nd Post
neilg
Sealine Team


Joined: Thu Jan 17th, 2008
Location: Port Elizabeth, South Africa
Posts: 6225
Equipment: A few Rods and Reels
Best Catch: A Few Fish
Favorite Fishing Spot: Port Elizabeth
Boat: Walk n Stalk
Club: Team Sealine EC
Status: 
Offline
Mana: 
Believe it or not, I'm also around, but not an Admin

Sometimes life happens and we have to prioritize

Last edited on Fri May 12th, 2017 10:54 pm by neilg

Back To Top PM Quote Reply

 Posted: Fri May 12th, 2017 11:51 pm
  PM Quote Reply
33rd Post
Psy
Sealiner


Joined: Tue Jun 3rd, 2008
Location: Langvlei Duine, Wildernis., South Africa
Posts: 6869
Equipment: Blue Marlin's/Assasins/Pentagons c/w Shimano's
Best Catch: All sorts
Favorite Fishing Spot: ><((((((ō>
Boat: ><((((((ō>
Club: <ō))))))><
Status: 
Offline
Mana: 
I see you NeilG

How are you keeping?

:)

Back To Top PM Quote Reply  

 Posted: Sat May 13th, 2017 12:27 am
  PM Quote Reply
34th Post
neilg
Sealine Team


Joined: Thu Jan 17th, 2008
Location: Port Elizabeth, South Africa
Posts: 6225
Equipment: A few Rods and Reels
Best Catch: A Few Fish
Favorite Fishing Spot: Port Elizabeth
Boat: Walk n Stalk
Club: Team Sealine EC
Status: 
Offline
Mana: 
Working hard and lots of studying, but things are going much better now thanks
Son is now in high school, and he wants to fish ... and a dads gotta do what a dads gotta do hey

Back To Top PM Quote Reply

 Posted: Thu Nov 23rd, 2017 04:59 pm
  PM Quote Reply
35th Post
kaspaas
Sealiner


Joined: Fri Jan 9th, 2009
Location: Melkbosstrand, South Africa
Posts: 2899
Equipment: Lots and lots.... and growing as we speak!
Best Catch: Kob 17 kg, Steenbras 13,5kg, Garrick 7 kg, Sandshark 30 ...
Favorite Fishing Spot: Melkbosstrand, Skeleton Coast Namibia, Flamingo Lodge Angola
Boat: None, I cast far enough from the beach.
Club: Sealine Social Eds Club, WC
Status: 
Offline
Mana: 
My Gallery: 
I see many of the members asking and reflecting about the "good (or bad?) old days" joined the last few years. It is true that many of the so-called trouble makers have left the site and many of the old toppies have either moved on (literally) or simply got tired about some of the negative comments made when members post photo's of catches. I also visit the site less frequently.
But I must admit that I sometimes really miss those days. Admin admittedly frequently had to call us to order and some members were frequently suspended for up to a month at a time for transgressing the rules of the site.
But they came back every time and if you search back for info on any subject you will most probably see that the stuff with substance dates back to those days. Even this Lounge area was so busy that one had to page back several pages to read posts that were posted only hours before.
We had raffles and competitions on this site, with members trying to outbid each other, all for some or other good cause.
Sealiners were proud to wear the blue Sealine colours and when you meet a stranger on the beach, the first question you ask him, is his Sealine name. We were THE angling forum on the internet and anglers frequently referred back to the site for information on any angling related issue. Members were rewarded for their contributions to the contents and value of the site and when members were "promoted" in member status, everyone were quick to congratulate them.
But those days are long gone. The members who made it interesting to visit the site have left and most of the original Admin members also left. Some (two that I know of) even created their own sites.
Um...I'm rambling....I know, but sometimes one gets nostalgic about the good ol' days. Sigh...

Back To Top PM Quote Reply  

 Posted: Thu Nov 23rd, 2017 06:41 pm
  PM Quote Reply
36th Post
kitefisher
Sealine Expert - Kitefishing


Joined: Thu Apr 5th, 2007
Location: Welkom F.S. /Southport.KZN, South Africa
Posts: 2529
Equipment: 2/3 wt flyrod- Penn 14/0 kite outfit.
Best Catch: Son's first Greyshark.
Favorite Fishing Spot: lower KZN,MOZ.
Boat: Flatdeck Barbelhunter
Club: Serious Social Anglers Club/Founder-member
Status: 
Offline
Mana: 
kaspaas wrote:
I see many of the members asking and reflecting about the "good (or bad?) old days" joined the last few years. It is true that many of the so-called trouble makers have left the site and many of the old toppies have either moved on (literally) or simply got tired about some of the negative comments made when members post photo's of catches. I also visit the site less frequently.
But I must admit that I sometimes really miss those days. Admin admittedly frequently had to call us to order and some members were frequently suspended for up to a month at a time for transgressing the rules of the site.
But they came back every time and if you search back for info on any subject you will most probably see that the stuff with substance dates back to those days. Even this Lounge area was so busy that one had to page back several pages to read posts that were posted only hours before.
We had raffles and competitions on this site, with members trying to outbid each other, all for some or other good cause.
Sealiners were proud to wear the blue Sealine colours and when you meet a stranger on the beach, the first question you ask him, is his Sealine name. We were THE angling forum on the internet and anglers frequently referred back to the site for information on any angling related issue. Members were rewarded for their contributions to the contents and value of the site and when members were "promoted" in member status, everyone were quick to congratulate them.
But those days are long gone. The members who made it interesting to visit the site have left and most of the original Admin members also left. Some (two that I know of) even created their own sites.
Um...I'm rambling....I know, but sometimes one gets nostalgic about the good ol' days. Sigh...



Kaspaas,,,,Many a true word spoken, I for one could possibly be a 10 year-member,and I fondly recall the early-days... Like you mention,time waits for no man,and many other platforms have been generated. I would like to think that Sealine played a role in all and every other platform in South-Africa(many will deny it of course).

Be that as it may,in the archives(unfortunately some have been lost)is still a wealth of information,and anyone who don't believeme, I dare you to type in any fishing,or casting etc-related search-word in the search block.(comes with a warning ,hehehe).

En so loop die uurglas leeg.....

Tight Lines

Back To Top PM Quote Reply

 Posted: Fri Nov 24th, 2017 12:37 am
  PM Quote Reply
37th Post
willem wikkel spies
Moderator


Joined: Tue Apr 29th, 2008
Location: Heidelberg, South Africa
Posts: 3700
Equipment: ekt geleer net die beste werk.............................
Best Catch: eish waar begin ek?
Favorite Fishing Spot: noord van die tugela is goed genoeg
Boat: Kosi cat 16; 2x 60 mercs
Club: nooooit nie
Status: 
Offline
Mana: 
kitefisher wrote:
kaspaas wrote:
I see many of the members asking and reflecting about the "good (or bad?) old days" joined the last few years. It is true that many of the so-called trouble makers have left the site and many of the old toppies have either moved on (literally) or simply got tired about some of the negative comments made when members post photo's of catches. I also visit the site less frequently.
But I must admit that I sometimes really miss those days. Admin admittedly frequently had to call us to order and some members were frequently suspended for up to a month at a time for transgressing the rules of the site.
But they came back every time and if you search back for info on any subject you will most probably see that the stuff with substance dates back to those days. Even this Lounge area was so busy that one had to page back several pages to read posts that were posted only hours before.
We had raffles and competitions on this site, with members trying to outbid each other, all for some or other good cause.
Sealiners were proud to wear the blue Sealine colours and when you meet a stranger on the beach, the first question you ask him, is his Sealine name. We were THE angling forum on the internet and anglers frequently referred back to the site for information on any angling related issue. Members were rewarded for their contributions to the contents and value of the site and when members were "promoted" in member status, everyone were quick to congratulate them.
But those days are long gone. The members who made it interesting to visit the site have left and most of the original Admin members also left. Some (two that I know of) even created their own sites.
Um...I'm rambling....I know, but sometimes one gets nostalgic about the good ol' days. Sigh...



Kaspaas,,,,Many a true word spoken, I for one could possibly be a 10 year-member,and I fondly recall the early-days... Like you mention,time waits for no man,and many other platforms have been generated. I would like to think that Sealine played a role in all and every other platform in South-Africa(many will deny it of course).

Be that as it may,in the archives(unfortunately some have been lost)is still a wealth of information,and anyone who don't believeme, I dare you to type in any fishing,or casting etc-related search-word in the search block.(comes with a warning ,hehehe).

En so loop die uurglas leeg.....

Tight Lines


is nie... die uurglas loop vol...ha ha.

we have enough chiefs here.

in the old days, too many chiefs....and all wanted to rule!!!!


all running smoothly for a reason.

lets keep it this way.....

the chiefs and soldiers that left...used to get personal.

you don't see the fights....that's good, this well oiled machine is running like clock work!!!

ok, tyd vir visvang....maar ai toggie, daars nie nou tyd daarvoor nie.

Back To Top PM Quote Reply  

 Posted: Fri Nov 24th, 2017 07:11 am
  PM Quote Reply
38th Post
Serra Moz
Sealiner


Joined: Sun Apr 15th, 2007
Location: Marracuene (The Bush), Mozambique
Posts: 4497
Equipment: A - Z (Penn Rules)
Best Catch: Lots and Lots
Favorite Fishing Spot: WorldWideWaters - (Fresh + Salt)
Boat: Got a few that can float
Club: Macaneta Ski Boat Club (MOZ)
Status: 
Offline
Mana: 
willem wikkel spies wrote:
kitefisher wrote:
kaspaas wrote:
I see many of the members asking and reflecting about the "good (or bad?) old days" joined the last few years. It is true that many of the so-called trouble makers have left the site and many of the old toppies have either moved on (literally) or simply got tired about some of the negative comments made when members post photo's of catches. I also visit the site less frequently.
But I must admit that I sometimes really miss those days. Admin admittedly frequently had to call us to order and some members were frequently suspended for up to a month at a time for transgressing the rules of the site.
But they came back every time and if you search back for info on any subject you will most probably see that the stuff with substance dates back to those days. Even this Lounge area was so busy that one had to page back several pages to read posts that were posted only hours before.
We had raffles and competitions on this site, with members trying to outbid each other, all for some or other good cause.
Sealiners were proud to wear the blue Sealine colours and when you meet a stranger on the beach, the first question you ask him, is his Sealine name. We were THE angling forum on the internet and anglers frequently referred back to the site for information on any angling related issue. Members were rewarded for their contributions to the contents and value of the site and when members were "promoted" in member status, everyone were quick to congratulate them.
But those days are long gone. The members who made it interesting to visit the site have left and most of the original Admin members also left. Some (two that I know of) even created their own sites.
Um...I'm rambling....I know, but sometimes one gets nostalgic about the good ol' days. Sigh...



Kaspaas,,,,Many a true word spoken, I for one could possibly be a 10 year-member,and I fondly recall the early-days... Like you mention,time waits for no man,and many other platforms have been generated. I would like to think that Sealine played a role in all and every other platform in South-Africa(many will deny it of course).

Be that as it may,in the archives(unfortunately some have been lost)is still a wealth of information,and anyone who don't believeme, I dare you to type in any fishing,or casting etc-related search-word in the search block.(comes with a warning ,hehehe).

En so loop die uurglas leeg.....

Tight Lines


is nie... die uurglas loop vol...ha ha.

we have enough chiefs here.

in the old days, too many chiefs....and all wanted to rule!!!!


all running smoothly for a reason.

lets keep it this way.....

the chiefs and soldiers that left...used to get personal.

you don't see the fights....that's good, this well oiled machine is running like clock work!!!

ok, tyd vir visvang....maar ai toggie, daars nie nou tyd daarvoor nie.


You know what I miss, the DIY stuff, or SL Museum stuff...the fights and assholes not, see what killed SL + UA is w/app and f/book....and way too many okes, started little groups and cells and new sites and new forums blah blah....SL remains a bible so to speak - if you want to "check" something out, you can just go in the old files, so I get into "Shark Fishing" I will just pull out some old posts etc.....Viola

Back To Top PM Quote Reply

 Posted: Fri Nov 24th, 2017 08:29 am
  PM Quote Reply
39th Post
kitefisher
Sealine Expert - Kitefishing


Joined: Thu Apr 5th, 2007
Location: Welkom F.S. /Southport.KZN, South Africa
Posts: 2529
Equipment: 2/3 wt flyrod- Penn 14/0 kite outfit.
Best Catch: Son's first Greyshark.
Favorite Fishing Spot: lower KZN,MOZ.
Boat: Flatdeck Barbelhunter
Club: Serious Social Anglers Club/Founder-member
Status: 
Offline
Mana: 
Just for what it is worth.The last 5 members that have randomly replied to this posting,have over(or damn close to) 50 years worth of membership to this forum amongst themselves. 😂 Klomp outoppies.

Last edited on Fri Nov 24th, 2017 08:30 am by kitefisher

Back To Top PM Quote Reply  

 Posted: Fri Nov 24th, 2017 08:31 am
  PM Quote Reply
40th Post
Serra Moz
Sealiner


Joined: Sun Apr 15th, 2007
Location: Marracuene (The Bush), Mozambique
Posts: 4497
Equipment: A - Z (Penn Rules)
Best Catch: Lots and Lots
Favorite Fishing Spot: WorldWideWaters - (Fresh + Salt)
Boat: Got a few that can float
Club: Macaneta Ski Boat Club (MOZ)
Status: 
Offline
Mana: 
kitefisher wrote:
Just for what it is worth.The last 5 members that have randomly replied to this posting,have over(or damn close to) 50 years worth of membership to this forum amongst themselves. 😂 Klomp outoppies.

Howzit buddy...long time no see - no hear...all good with you?

Very true...indeed, good point

Back To Top PM Quote Reply


Current time is 06:12 am Page:  First Page Previous Page  1  2  3  4  Next Page Last Page    
SEALINE - South African Angling and Boating Community > Non-Angling Discussion Area > Lounge > Who is admin and moderators at the moment??? Top