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 Posted: Tue Apr 17th, 2018 05:50 pm
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Joined: Wed Jul 21st, 2010
Location: Durban, South Africa
Posts: 4
Equipment: Poseidon 5 with a Daiwa and .45 Kingfisher Giant abrasion
Best Catch: 95 kg Stripe marlin of Richards bay
Favorite Fishing Spot: Umtata River Mouth
Boat: Stealth Wahoo supalite
Club: Umngeni Kayak Fishing club
Hi all,
I have recently bought my jet ski from NPB. It is nicely kitted out with finder/gps, live well etc etc. I have 2 trolling rods and decent reels and a great spinning set up. I have joined up with DSBC and had my first launch there this weekend.
So at this point I have all the gear and no idea.
The bug has definitely bitten. I loved being out on the water, managed to sneakily hook up two little bonnies while trolling and christened the jetski, but overall I am actually absolutely clueless about what I should be doing and how to do it out there.
I would love to get some usable advice for a newbie like myself. and to maybe meet some Durban Jet ski fishermen that might be keen head out together and possibly give me some pointers out on the water.
Any help, pointers and advice would be massively appreciated.

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 Posted: Thu Nov 1st, 2018 11:30 am
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Joined: Thu Mar 19th, 2015
Location: Centurion, South Africa
Posts: 38
Equipment: Fishing Rod
Best Catch: 19kg Wahoo
Favorite Fishing Spot: Mozambique
Boat: Jetski
Club: No
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