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 Posted: Thu Jun 24th, 2010 01:08 am
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Richard Donaldson
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Joined: Mon Dec 21st, 2009
Location: Port Elizabeth, South Africa
Posts: 57
Equipment: Captain Morgan, Shimano TLD's Daiwa Saltiga's and Saltists, Penn and ...
Best Catch: Captain Morgan, Shimano TLD's Daiwa Saltiga's and Saltists, Penn and ...48,7kg Cob, 22.5kg Tail, 6.8kg Daggie, 38,7kg Red Steenbras, 86kg ...
Favorite Fishing Spot: Captain Morgan, Shimano TLD's Daiwa Saltiga's and Saltists, Penn and ...48,7kg Cob, 22.5kg Tail, 6.8kg Daggie, 38,7kg Red Steenbras, 86kg ...Ryi Banks, Cape Recieve Point, Evans Peak & Sundays River ...
Boat: Captain Morgan, Shimano TLD's Daiwa Saltiga's and Saltists, Penn and ...48,7kg Cob, 22.5kg Tail, 6.8kg Daggie, 38,7kg Red Steenbras, 86kg ...Ryi Banks, Cape Recieve Point, Evans Peak & Sundays River ...Butt Cat 865 Sports Fisher with 2 x 200hp Suzuki's ...
Club: PEDSAC, Noordhoek Ski-boat Club & The Rod Club
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Where did you guys fish? Octopus is the most leathal bait for Red Stumpnose (Miss Lucy). I caught one close on 4kg's out at Evans Peak in February.

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 Posted: Thu Jun 24th, 2010 02:45 pm
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aquadementia
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Joined: Tue Jan 13th, 2009
Location: Jeffreys Bay/Pretoria, South Africa
Posts: 9114
Equipment: Shimano, Awa-Shima, Sensation, Berkley, Salmo, Power-Pro
Best Catch: 89kg_BlackRay, 59kg_Duckbill, 14kg_Kob-spoon, 14kg_Threadfin_d/shot, 12.6kg_Garrick, 8kg_Yellowtail-v/jig, Wreckfish-ArtLure, 75+_species_on_lure
Favorite Fishing Spot: St. Francis to Gamtoos, Angola, Vaalkop & Doorndraai
Boat: Cat. B skipper, no boat at the moment
Club: ORI tagging, Classics Spinfishing Society
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cool, first time I've caught them on it, usually use chokka which also works great.... Watertower reef, 47m

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 Posted: Fri Feb 12th, 2016 03:41 pm
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SPARRABOS
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Joined: Sun Aug 9th, 2015
Location: PORT ELIZABETH, South Africa
Posts: 3434
Equipment: daiwa
Best Catch: galjoen,5.5kg
Favorite Fishing Spot: KRANSHOEK
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my swaer met vars seekat mooi miss lucy gevang.hy ook baie name.bontdageraad magistraat rooistompneus.vars seekatpoot suiers aan dodelik.gaan vanaand groot visbraai hou.

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 Posted: Sat Feb 13th, 2016 01:47 pm
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mrcricket
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Joined: Sat Feb 21st, 2015
Location: Mosselbay, South Africa
Posts: 196
Equipment: Waaaayyy too bloody much to mention
Best Catch: Too many
Favorite Fishing Spot: Where do I start
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They are awesome fighters, also had great success on occie leg.caught off Mosselbay,tagged and released.

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 Posted: Sun Feb 14th, 2016 11:10 am
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Mahi mahi
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Joined: Thu Apr 12th, 2012
Location: Simonstown, South Africa
Posts: 897
Equipment: Shimano's, Daiwa's, Penn's, ABU's and plenty of Yo-Yo's
Best Catch: 55kg Kob,105kg B-Eye Tuna,12kg Leerie, 100kg Yellowfin, 30kg Sailfish, 18kg ...
Favorite Fishing Spot: False bay, Breede River and De Hoop
Boat: 670 Carry Cat "La Niña" ...
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I've been trying for Red stumps all over false bay for years now and only ever managed a few small ones. Started fishing a bit further up the coast last year and caught my pb red stump of 3.8kg a few months back on 6kg line in our inshore league! I usually release them but for the league I kept this one and tagged and released a few 1 to 2.5kg fish! Have to say it's one of my favorite eating fish now and I have never been a fan of the taste of a red fish!

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 Posted: Sun Feb 14th, 2016 11:16 am
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Mahi mahi
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Joined: Thu Apr 12th, 2012
Location: Simonstown, South Africa
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Equipment: Shimano's, Daiwa's, Penn's, ABU's and plenty of Yo-Yo's
Best Catch: 55kg Kob,105kg B-Eye Tuna,12kg Leerie, 100kg Yellowfin, 30kg Sailfish, 18kg ...
Favorite Fishing Spot: False bay, Breede River and De Hoop
Boat: 670 Carry Cat "La Niña" ...
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Strange thing is we very seldom find them in false bay and last year we came across a school of small ones, caught and released 9 from this size up to 30cm quick quick! Been back to the same spot a good few times since then and have not caught a single fish more!

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 Posted: Sun Nov 27th, 2016 07:44 am
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mrcricket
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Joined: Sat Feb 21st, 2015
Location: Mosselbay, South Africa
Posts: 196
Equipment: Waaaayyy too bloody much to mention
Best Catch: Too many
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One of 2 caught yesterday in about 35m of water on occie leg...Needless to say they box proper on light braid.One was a recapture from last year,this time caught at a different reef about 5km away from where it was caught the previous year.Both released to fight another day.Sharks kept hassling us when we stayed a bit long at a spot,so we had to keep moving.The fishing on these far out reefs are definitely better this year than last,it pays to catch and release.Loads of juvenile Red Steenbras which I was glad to see,with the occasional reaaly big Roman in between.The one thing that has been scarce are Kob,definitely not in the same numbers as the year before.Livebait went untouched wherever we went,with the exception of the sharks nailing them on the way up.

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 Posted: Sun Nov 27th, 2016 07:45 am
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mrcricket
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Location: Mosselbay, South Africa
Posts: 196
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Best Catch: Too many
Favorite Fishing Spot: Where do I start
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The 2nd one

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 Posted: Sun Nov 27th, 2016 09:24 am
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Psy
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Joined: Tue Jun 3rd, 2008
Location: Langvlei Duine, Wildernis., South Africa
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nice fish....kudos on the releases


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