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 Posted: Fri Jul 13th, 2012 07:01 pm
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JustPlainSHARK
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Joined: Fri Dec 18th, 2009
Location: Mosselbaai, South Africa
Posts: 1039
Equipment: Feeder fishing gear. Daiwa, Shimano reels. Preston rods
Best Catch: 60kg Diamond Ray, 17kg Cow shark
Favorite Fishing Spot:  Klipdrift, Vaal, Brandvlei
Boat: Had one bathtime when I was five years old.
Club: Boland HK
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It’s absolutely astounding that this section has the most arguments and name-calling than any other forum on Sealine. And somewhere order must be established.

Making a long speech thread would be boring and nobody would read it through, so it begs the question whether a lecture should be given to adults as to how to treat your fellow angler even if she/he is a newbie. That said, certain points HAVE to be clarified.

YOU don’t own the specimen section!! Sealine is open to anybody who abides by the rules of the site. By saying this, I mean that when somebody who is a seasoned R&S (or any other type of) angler, posts something in the specimen section, exception must not and con not be taken to his opinion, comment or viewpoint as long it’s in a positive manner that’s conducive to civil conversation.

Think before you post.

Be nice!

Respect each AND everyone on Sealine.

 

I asked the question what makes a forum better than the next one. The answer is simple....it’s you guys!! The way that this forum turns out, depends on how you guys regard yourselves.

I am going to take the liberty to delete any belittling or condescending posts/sentences. And I will lock threads when it has ABSOLUTELY nothing positive to add to the forum. If it is totally out of hand, I will remove such threads. I’m not even going to bother warning the offender first because I’m not a pre-school teacher. I'm stating the obvious above yes, but it appears that it has to be said though! Admin is there to police the forums, not to be ethics professors.

Freedom of speech is not an absolute right. Common courtesy and decency gets preference.

 

http://www.sealine.co.za/view_topic.php?id=1&forum_id=111

http://www.sealine.co.za/view_topic.php?id=432&forum_id=111


 

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 Posted: Fri Jul 13th, 2012 08:14 pm
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MadCarper
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Joined: Tue May 20th, 2008
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"By saying this, I mean that when somebody who is a seasoned R&S (or any other type of) angler, posts something in the specimen section, exception must not and can not be taken to his opinion, comment or viewpoint as long it’s in a positive manner that’s conducive to civil conversation. - Agreed, as long as it is in a positive manner.


"delete any belittling or condescending posts/sentences. And I will lock threads when it has ABSOLUTELY nothing positive to add to the forum. If it is totally out of hand, I will remove such threads. I’m not even going to bother warning the offender first" t(((up((

Most important here I think! -->
http://www.sealine.co.za/view_topic.php?id=432&forum_id=111

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 Posted: Mon Jul 16th, 2012 08:22 am
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kaboem
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Joined: Tue Sep 8th, 2009
Location: JHB , South Africa
Posts: 2749
Equipment: Enough to enjoy my fishing
Best Catch: Working on it
Favorite Fishing Spot:  Tzaneen, Morocco, Sodwana
Boat: No more..
Club: Nope
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JustPlainSHARK wrote: It’s absolutely astounding that this section has the most arguments and name-calling than any other forum on Sealine. And somewhere order must be established.

Making a long speech thread would be boring and nobody would read it through, so it begs the question whether a lecture should be given to adults as to how to treat your fellow angler even if she/he is a newbie. That said, certain points HAVE to be clarified.

YOU don’t own the specimen section!! Sealine is open to anybody who abides by the rules of the site. By saying this, I mean that when somebody who is a seasoned R&S (or any other type of) angler, posts something in the specimen section, exception must not and con not be taken to his opinion, comment or viewpoint as long it’s in a positive manner that’s conducive to civil conversation.

Think before you post.

Be nice!

Respect each AND everyone on Sealine.

 

I asked the question what makes a forum better than the next one. The answer is simple....it’s you guys!! The way that this forum turns out, depends on how you guys regard yourselves.

I am going to take the liberty to delete any belittling or condescending posts/sentences. And I will lock threads when it has ABSOLUTELY nothing positive to add to the forum. If it is totally out of hand, I will remove such threads. I’m not even going to bother warning the offender first because I’m not a pre-school teacher. I'm stating the obvious above yes, but it appears that it has to be said though! Admin is there to police the forums, not to be ethics professors.

Freedom of speech is not an absolute right. Common courtesy and decency gets preference.

 

http://www.sealine.co.za/view_topic.php?id=1&forum_id=111

http://www.sealine.co.za/view_topic.php?id=432&forum_id=111


 

((goodp_Happy with that!!

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 Posted: Mon Jul 16th, 2012 11:39 am
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Bankstick
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Joined: Mon Jul 18th, 2011
Location: Johannesburg, South Africa
Posts: 962
Equipment: Carp gear
Best Catch: All fish are a worthy opponent
Favorite Fishing Spot: Any lake
Boat: Yes
Club: No
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_seal1_

ya happy with it ........... !!!

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 Posted: Mon Jul 16th, 2012 11:40 am
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Bankstick
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Location: Johannesburg, South Africa
Posts: 962
Equipment: Carp gear
Best Catch: All fish are a worthy opponent
Favorite Fishing Spot: Any lake
Boat: Yes
Club: No
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_seal1_

ya happy with it ........... !!!

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 Posted: Tue Jul 17th, 2012 05:40 am
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carelvanheerden
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Joined: Fri Aug 13th, 2010
Location: Durbanville Cape Town, South Africa
Posts: 353
Equipment: Dovel sticks with gut
Best Catch: Common Carp, 23.8lbs
Favorite Fishing Spot: Water
Boat: Inflatable
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::slr::((goodp_

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 Posted: Fri Aug 3rd, 2012 12:47 pm
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Flashback
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Joined: Fri Jul 9th, 2010
Location: Kempton Park, South Africa
Posts: 666
Equipment: F2 docks 12' rods 3lb tc , Shimano LC's, Mirage ...
Best Catch: 37.95 lbs en 34.76lbs karp
Favorite Fishing Spot: Klaserie Karavan Park Dam
Boat: 2 man Dingy
Club: SACS
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:fbash::S((goodp_

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 Posted: Fri Aug 3rd, 2012 08:20 pm
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Naruto
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Joined: Tue Nov 11th, 2008
Location: Pretoria, South Africa
Posts: 4642
Equipment: rods, reels, line, hooks, sinkers, dips, mielies, dough, floaties
Best Catch: 8kg carp '14, Grasscarp 4kg '11, Catfis 12.5kg
Favorite Fishing Spot: Where the fish are. . .
Boat: Canoe
Club: VERREF
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Respect!

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 Posted: Wed Oct 3rd, 2012 04:52 pm
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Bruggie
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Joined: Fri Jan 22nd, 2010
Location: Bonearo Park, South Africa
Posts: 2014
Equipment: 12ft Okuma signature series Schalk van Breda
Best Catch: 14 kg Barbel-Koppies;10.02 kg Carp-BoschKop
Favorite Fishing Spot: Blaauwpan - Koppies-Bloemhof
Boat: Carp King Streaker 2
Club: None
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:thankie::respekt:

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 Posted: Fri Oct 5th, 2012 10:55 am
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Psy
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Joined: Tue Jun 3rd, 2008
Location: Langvlei Duine, Wildernis., South Africa
Posts: 6865
Equipment: Blue Marlin's/Assasins/Pentagons c/w Shimano's
Best Catch: All sorts
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JustPlainSHARK wrote:
It’s absolutely astounding that this section has the most arguments and name-calling than any other forum on Sealine. And somewhere order must be established.

Making a long speech thread would be boring and nobody would read it through, so it begs the question whether a lecture should be given to adults as to how to treat your fellow angler even if she/he is a newbie. That said, certain points HAVE to be clarified.

YOU don’t own the specimen section!! Sealine is open to anybody who abides by the rules of the site. By saying this, I mean that when somebody who is a seasoned R&S (or any other type of) angler, posts something in the specimen section, exception must not and con not be taken to his opinion, comment or viewpoint as long it’s in a positive manner that’s conducive to civil conversation.

Think before you post.

Be nice!

Respect each AND everyone on Sealine.

 

I asked the question what makes a forum better than the next one. The answer is simple....it’s you guys!! The way that this forum turns out, depends on how you guys regard yourselves.

I am going to take the liberty to delete any belittling or condescending posts/sentences. And I will lock threads when it has ABSOLUTELY nothing positive to add to the forum. If it is totally out of hand, I will remove such threads. I’m not even going to bother warning the offender first because I’m not a pre-school teacher. I'm stating the obvious above yes, but it appears that it has to be said though! Admin is there to police the forums, not to be ethics professors.

Freedom of speech is not an absolute right. Common courtesy and decency gets preference.

 

http://www.sealine.co.za/view_topic.php?id=1&forum_id=111

http://www.sealine.co.za/view_topic.php?id=432&forum_id=111


 


GOOD POST!!

LET ALL THE SUB-FORUMS ADOPT THIS ATTITUDE, WE(SEALINE)WILL ALL BECOME A SHOW-PIECE!!

:)

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 Posted: Tue Jul 2nd, 2013 03:29 pm
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ANTON BARNARD
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Joined: Mon Oct 18th, 2010
Location: Rustenburg, South Africa
Posts: 346
Equipment: Shimano LC+Chub Outcast Rods Sensation Alarms Fox Horizon Pod
Best Catch: 20.81 Kg Common Carp
Favorite Fishing Spot: Bloemhof Buffelspoort Transkei
Boat: 2.3 m Aquastrike Inflatable + 3.5 Parsun Motor
Club: SACS
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cool

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 Posted: Fri Jul 25th, 2014 10:30 pm
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big carp
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Joined: Wed Aug 15th, 2012
Location: Cape Town, South Africa
Posts: 3
Equipment: shimano rods,okuma reels
Best Catch: 33lb common
Favorite Fishing Spot: breede river
Boat: dont have a boat
Club: no
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Ek die eerste keer in jare op die forum en altyd gedink en aanvaar dat ons spesiemanne 'opgevoed' is in wat ons se en dat ons juis die voorbeeld vir ander hengelaars stel in wat ons se en hoe ons optree!

Was eintlik geskok[ om die kras woord te gebruik] dat dit juis spesiemanne is wat hul skuldig maak aan dinge soos genoem word, maar ek glo dis slegs 'n klein persentasi wat hul aan sulke negatiewe gedrg skuldig maak!

Ek glo egter deur hul 'aan te praat' sal ook diegene wat skuldig is volgende keer 2 keer laat dink!

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