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 Posted: Wed Jun 22nd, 2011 04:01 am
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Juiceless
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Joined: Thu Aug 21st, 2008
Location: Kempton Park, South Africa
Posts: 529
Equipment: Loomis sharky,posidon HMG heavy & Light Grandwave,Saltist 50BG & Sl50sh, ...
Best Catch: 20kg Kob,3,8kg Bass, 96kg Blacktip,224Kg Raggie,45kg Duckbill,84cm Brusher
Favorite Fishing Spot: Mazeppa,Mpame,Trafalga,Hells gate,Orange Rock
Boat: The beach
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Well done Shane - Nice Fish

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 Posted: Wed Jun 22nd, 2011 08:05 am
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shuraj
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Joined: Thu May 21st, 2009
Location: PRETORIA, South Africa
Posts: 1883
Equipment: JUST WHAT I NEED
Best Catch: STILL TRYING TO CATCH IT
Favorite Fishing Spot: WHERE EVER THERE IS WATER
Boat: NONE
Club: NONE
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nice Garrick Porkhead

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 Posted: Wed Jun 22nd, 2011 09:57 am
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Brakkanjan
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Joined: Wed Jan 13th, 2010
Location: Sasolburg-Vaalpark., South Africa
Posts: 1156
Equipment: Loomis and Franklin,Daiwa,Sensation.Super Cast T53's
Best Catch: 8 KG Carp, 15 KG Shark
Favorite Fishing Spot: Vaaldam, Margate Pier
Boat: Bait Boat and Canoe
Club: No thank you
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Luukse Vis my maat!!

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 Posted: Wed Jun 22nd, 2011 04:26 pm
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MR D
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Joined: Fri Aug 27th, 2010
Location: Durban, South Africa
Posts: 3
Equipment: Trindad 30, Purglas 400/2-4
Best Catch: 8 KG Garrick
Favorite Fishing Spot: Toti South Coast
Boat: none
Club: no
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Nice fish there Shane.

Is the pier still very crowded?

 

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 Posted: Mon Nov 12th, 2012 05:07 am
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porkhead
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Joined: Mon Jun 1st, 2009
Location: St Mikes, Kzn, South Africa
Posts: 1074
Equipment: Grandwave 50 (400m braid backing 200m .55 Double X ...
Best Catch: King Fish, Garrick, Hammerhead, Big Grey
Favorite Fishing Spot: Orange Rocks, Uvongo, Margate, Trafalgar
Boat: Soon.....
Club: The Regulars and Mother Nature.
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Howzit Guys, I am back in Margate and am gonna be fishing up a storm as soon as the water clears up, after all this rain.

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 Posted: Fri Nov 16th, 2012 04:18 am
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REC
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Joined: Mon Mar 23rd, 2009
Location: Springs, South Africa
Posts: 270
Equipment: A "few" rods and reels
Best Catch: Still chasing the 100kg +
Favorite Fishing Spot: Where the fish are on the bite
Boat: Focus 14 60HP Bigfoot Merc
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Im sure their are going to be lots of hungry fish waiting for you! Good luck Shane. Im booked for the 14 to the 23. Staying in Margate but im going to fish Trafalgar port edward to get away from the rush ;) Hope fully the weather will be kind this time. All other 8 times Ive been down this year were stormed out.

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 Posted: Tue Nov 20th, 2012 02:03 am
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Surf n Turf
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Joined: Wed Oct 3rd, 2007
Location: Centurion, South Africa
Posts: 191
Equipment: Deep Sea, Rock & Surf, LTB, Oewerhengel, Bass
Best Catch: Klein tot Grooot
Favorite Fishing Spot: Moz and North Coast
Boat: Kosi Cat 18.6 - T' KEEL A
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With reference to Radio reports and 50/50 last night on the sewerage contamination in the Hibiscus Coast, what do things look like?

It makes me so "de-blixem in" that every body is just in denial of the issue.

WTF???

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 Posted: Mon Dec 10th, 2012 07:40 am
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REC
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Joined: Mon Mar 23rd, 2009
Location: Springs, South Africa
Posts: 270
Equipment: A "few" rods and reels
Best Catch: Still chasing the 100kg +
Favorite Fishing Spot: Where the fish are on the bite
Boat: Focus 14 60HP Bigfoot Merc
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Hi Shane. Whats the current situation with all the storms up there at the moment? Chocolate milkshake water?

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 Posted: Thu Apr 21st, 2016 05:24 am
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Clemsta
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Joined: Wed Apr 20th, 2016
Location: Durban, South Africa
Posts: 1
Equipment: 15ft Asassin Daiwa SL30/50/ Siglon 30lb
Best Catch: Grunter 70cm +/- 5kg
Favorite Fishing Spot: Eastmoor/Ushaka/Glenashley
Boat: No Boat
Club: No
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Good morning guys. I am going to Manaba beach for the weekend, any idea hows the fishing in the area?

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 Posted: Thu Jun 2nd, 2016 09:50 pm
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AdrianD
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Joined: Wed Mar 27th, 2013
Location: Durban, South Africa
Posts: 10
Equipment: Assassin & Fin Nor
Best Catch: Still swimming, hasn't found my hook as yet.
Favorite Fishing Spot: PE, ex KZN
Boat: n/a
Club: no
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whatsup guys. any news on whats coming out in margate? heading there 16-19 June!

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 Posted: Wed Aug 31st, 2016 02:23 pm
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LavaKas
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Joined: Wed Jul 13th, 2016
Location: Pietermaritzburg, South Africa
Posts: 28
Equipment: I'm a beginner -still researching
Best Catch: caught a garrick off a live shad bait
Favorite Fishing Spot: winkelspruit, margate pier, blue lagoon, dbn harbour
Boat: no boat as yet
Club: No
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Howsit guys, is this thread still active?

Anyway i wish i had seen this thread before this weekend, as it was my wife's Birthday this Sunday and we drove down to the South coast on Friday and stayed till Monday.

So we left Pmb just before 2pm on Friday, and decided to check out what the water looked like at Park rynie and Rocky Bay. Rocky bay there were hardly anyone on that little pier and the wind was around 12knots NE. Water was a bit clear but we had to stop at the butchery in Park Rynie{( D'ROYS) Trust me guys if you want a lukka mutton chillie sausage then that is the place to go, be sure to ask for "devil sausages"}.

So we stopped at the bottom over the train line and into the "PARK" , The bakkie was choked with our whole family's luggage and our tackle.
We got two medium rods out and the "go-box" and went for a gooi, threw a few sards out to see what's hungry( the guy from the butchery stated that two nice copper breams came out but that was all) and that is was , nothing except a hogwash of reef on our lines. The lytie was now quite restless parking in the cab with the grandparents and so we decided to call it quits after a hectic BUT beautiful hour and a half and move on to our destination.

We got to Santana around 6:30pm and by the time we set ourselves in our apartments it was around 8:45 and my wife and i were amped to go out to the pier for a few throws, We changed and was ready to go, then it was decided that we should call it a night and rather wake up at 3am and keep them lines tight!!!

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 Posted: Wed Aug 31st, 2016 02:41 pm
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LavaKas
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Joined: Wed Jul 13th, 2016
Location: Pietermaritzburg, South Africa
Posts: 28
Equipment: I'm a beginner -still researching
Best Catch: caught a garrick off a live shad bait
Favorite Fishing Spot: winkelspruit, margate pier, blue lagoon, dbn harbour
Boat: no boat as yet
Club: No
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Next morning we were up like nighthawks at 3:16am and went to Seapark, but not at the usual spot, we came across Strelitzer street a side street off the main road and into the dirt road over the train line and there's a house or two. we parked on the side like we usually do when we visit the spot right by the road name, then theres a strange cutting that you have to go through alongside that house and it brings you to a glorious stretch of beach. Now this particular place is just a km left of sea park. So my wife and her 3 brothers and myself set up our gear and we had some fresh prawn and frozen chokka and sards for bait. We set up a few rods for Shad, and a few for some smaller edibles which could be legal but was to be slid out for a Garrick or something.
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The weather was Perfect with a low north easterly but there was a ripple tide or something
the wife hooked a congrella , which we quicky got out of her line and released safely

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