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 Posted: Tue Nov 11th, 2008 05:59 pm
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Ian F
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I thought you guys were talking about this weekend.  (Have a farewell for a friend going to NZ)

 

I can make the 22nd (at this stage.........this time of the year is HECTIC)

 

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 Posted: Tue Nov 11th, 2008 06:26 pm
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Mike Pike
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Good stuff  ian f we"ll seeu on the 22 ...Mike.

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 Posted: Tue Nov 11th, 2008 07:31 pm
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royboy
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Hey Mike, unfortunately we won't be able to make it for the 22nd as we will be in CTN. Fortunately, it will be out in the deep with Nepptune and jigging rods......

Cheers, RB

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 Posted: Tue Nov 11th, 2008 07:34 pm
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AD97
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Guys I just realised something. We got an old fishing box from a friend of ours which they got donated to by one of their friends. It came with old coffee grinders which are now useless, a hardly used Penn 500 Jigmaster and other odds and ends... and guess what sinker moulds too. Not for grapnels though. Normal teardrops. If you guys tell me how to make I will and I'll swap them all out for windons and grapnels. I cant expect you guys to just give me stuff. So what you guys say? Tell me what I need to make the sinkers and I will make them- Obvoisely lead, what else do I need?

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 Posted: Tue Nov 11th, 2008 08:06 pm
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Here are the Pics of the mould. They are either 3,4,5 ounce or 2,3,4 ounce. What you guys think?

 

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 Posted: Tue Nov 11th, 2008 08:08 pm
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Let me try again.

 

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 Posted: Tue Nov 11th, 2008 08:32 pm
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Third Time Lucky!

 

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 Posted: Tue Nov 11th, 2008 08:35 pm
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And Another.

 

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 Posted: Wed Nov 12th, 2008 05:52 am
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deisel
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tell you what, bring that mould with and we will show you, bit difficult to explain on the net., or you can search dup-zn on sealine and you will find a you tube video he made wich explains grapels similar method just much easier.

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 Posted: Wed Nov 12th, 2008 06:02 am
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skrops
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New AD97 wrote: Guys I just realised something. We got an old fishing box from a friend of ours which they got donated to by one of their friends. It came with old coffee grinders which are now useless, a hardly used Penn 500 Jigmaster and other odds and ends... and guess what sinker moulds too. Not for grapnels though. Normal teardrops. If you guys tell me how to make I will and I'll swap them all out for windons and grapnels. I cant expect you guys to just give me stuff. So what you guys say? Tell me what I need to make the sinkers and I will make them- Obvoisely lead, what else do I need?
AD, man that is a precious little reel, awesome stuff. I bought a second hand one a while ago(red one) I serviced it and had a couple casts with it in R/bay two weeks back. but took it down to the dam on Sunday which was the first time I really cast with it..........man I am in love.

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 Posted: Wed Nov 12th, 2008 06:05 am
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carcharias
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Hahaha. Skrops. Next you gonna buy a Nissan and fall in love all over again! LOL
Those old jiggies are great. Very little to go wrong.

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 Posted: Wed Nov 12th, 2008 06:14 am
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skrops
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carcharias wrote: Hahaha. Skrops. Next you gonna buy a Nissan and fall in love all over again! LOL
Those old jiggies are great. Very little to go wrong.


Ha ha, never china...........

Yesterday, my truck was on its why to bronkhorstspruit for delivery went off the road::cavmnget a phone call *boss, I had to leave the road........now I am stuck*:doh

so I grab, some tie down straps, spade, plenty wood off cuts and go to the rescue, plenty jacking the truck up in the mud:uzi hooked my faithfull old colt up to the truck(with a 7ton load on the back) and pulled it out with a bit help from the truck.::hapmad

took us over two hour to get the freaking truck out of the mud......driver recons he had to swerve for oncoming traffic, he would never stop to pick hitch hickers up.........no no!!!:uzi:uzi:uzi

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 Posted: Wed Nov 12th, 2008 06:20 am
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carcharias
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skrops wrote: carcharias wrote: Hahaha. Skrops. Next you gonna buy a Nissan and fall in love all over again! LOL
Those old jiggies are great. Very little to go wrong.


Ha ha, never china...........

Yesterday, my truck was on its why to bronkhorstspruit for delivery went off the road::cavmnget a phone call *boss, I had to leave the road........now I am stuck*:doh

so I grab, some tie down straps, spade, plenty wood off cuts and go to the rescue, plenty jacking the truck up in the mud:uzi hooked my faithfull old colt up to the truck(with a 7ton load on the back) and pulled it out with a bit help from the truck.::hapmad

took us over two hour to get the freaking truck out of the mud......driver recons he had to swerve for oncoming traffic, he would never stop to pick hitch hickers up.........no no!!!:uzi:uzi:uzi


And now you need a new clutch. lol .

Of course he never stopped for a squeesa!:fbash

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 Posted: Wed Nov 12th, 2008 06:24 am
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skrops
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lol ja ja........

clutch seems to hold for now^^.. plenty mud flying around, thinking back was actually fun.....but didn't think so yesterday!!!

ja the squeeza thing needs to be sorted out!!::cavmn 

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 Posted: Wed Nov 12th, 2008 06:26 am
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carcharias
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The easy way is to make him think that you have a tracking device installed and that you can watch his every move.

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 Posted: Wed Nov 12th, 2008 06:29 am
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carcharias wrote: The easy way is to make him think that you have a tracking device installed and that you can watch his every move.
I have one and he knows it, but he is chief denier!

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 Posted: Wed Nov 12th, 2008 06:31 am
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skrops wrote: carcharias wrote: The easy way is to make him think that you have a tracking device installed and that you can watch his every move.
I have one and he knows it, but he is chief denier!

If he worked for me he would soon become chief of unemployment. Or chief walker.

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 Posted: Wed Nov 12th, 2008 06:33 am
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lol

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 Posted: Wed Nov 12th, 2008 06:52 am
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i have small cameras in my truck that work on a internet connection so i can watch him all the time via live feed, its a bit costly but ver effevtive, i can forward you the number if you would like to have a look

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 Posted: Wed Nov 12th, 2008 06:55 am
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deisel wrote: i have small cameras in my truck that work on a internet connection so i can watch him all the time via live feed, its a bit costly but ver effevtive, i can forward you the number if you would like to have a look
yes please........::S

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