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 Posted: Wed Sep 10th, 2014 03:57 pm
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Cuban Cigar
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Hi guys !

After much pressure by a few Sealiners and in particular, my regular Sealine fishing buddy, I gave in and got myself a custom wetsuit from Coral, to join this "rather interesting pasttime" !

So on this past Sunday, I was in for the "roof wetting" (that specific choice of words spelled trouble and was a hint of things to come) of my new farmer john, with Windguru predicting a healthy 3.5 m swell in the Strand - not ideal for "kortgat rookies" but what the hell, I was superkeen !

Early morning we arrived at the Macs reefs, but with more sand picking up from the sandbars, we were not expecting too much - after a hour or so on the reefs, without much action, we decided to go look for water that was more ideal.

Drove in the direction of the Strand and found some good looking water and out we waded again ....

We quickly realised that we should have headed there first thing in the morning, as the particular reef we chose, was not going to provide us with a solid stance for very long with the swell up and the tide pushing.

My buddy very soon had his first take and landed a gallie, while I was starting to figure that the big size difference between us, will work in his favour, as the swell was already threatening to float me off my perch - not very long after that a very big swell came from nowhere and as expexted, carries me off the reef - when I look back, expecting to see him doubled up in laughter on the reef, to my surprise I realise that the reef was empty and that we were swimming in perfectly sincronised side by side fashion !

With my "GROOTSKRIK" , something of the past and figuring that no rods were broken and that we are not bleeding and can actually stand behind the gap between the two reefs in between the swells comingh through (when we had to watertrap), we burst into laughter - this was fun for me as the rookie and not cold at all in the wetsuit !

The laughter had barely stopped when my rod was flattened by a healthy blacktail - my first fish while properly reefhopping (although I wasn't ON the reef anymore) ! After that we got another blacktail and gallie between the two of us and I was solidly hooked on this kind of fishing that I tried for so long to dodge !

Now I quickly figured that the less you carry/pack for this kind of fishing, the better, but you still have to carry your two or three kinds of bait, sinkers and hooks and their traces, some spare leader material and your fishbag.

I was thinking of making up a homemade belt rig with bait bottles etc, but now wonder if that wont make me float even faster and the white bait bottle rigs you buy with the red strapping, also float out of their harnesses when the deeper water is reached ...

It would be great if those Cape reef experts amongst us, could post some pics of your chosen clothing, equipment etc and give us reef rookies some valuable tips to cope with the new challenges please ?

Cheers " daar gaan hy" just got a new meaning to me, as you are floated off the reef !

 

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 Posted: Wed Sep 10th, 2014 04:08 pm
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bly jyt dit oorleef...

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Here is my new toy (protective gear) !

Thank you so much Elaine at Coral for your great service !

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Stinkie het n mooi blou "belt" develop wat n paar ouens gebruik. Check met hom.

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Cuban Cigar wrote: Hi guys !

After much pressure by a few Sealiners and in particular, my regular Sealine fishing buddy, I gave in and got myself a custom wetsuit from Coral, to join this "rather interesting pasttime" !

So on this past Sunday, I was in for the "roof wetting" (that specific choice of words spelled trouble and was a hint of things to come) of my new farmer john, with Windguru predicting a healthy 3.5 m swell in the Strand - not ideal for "kortgat rookies" but what the hell, I was superkeen !

Early morning we arrived at the Macs reefs, but with more sand picking up from the sandbars, we were not expecting too much - after a hour or so on the reefs, without much action, we decided to go look for water that was more ideal.

Drove in the direction of the Strand and found some good looking water and out we waded again ....

We quickly realised that we should have headed there first thing in the morning, as the particular reef we chose, was not going to provide us with a solid stance for very long with the swell up and the tide pushing.

My buddy very soon had his first take and landed a gallie, while I was starting to figure that the big size difference between us, will work in his favour, as the swell was already threatening to float me off my perch - not very long after that a very big swell came from nowhere and as expexted, carries me off the reef - when I look back, expecting to see him doubled up in laughter on the reef, to my surprise I realise that the reef was empty and that we were swimming in perfectly sincronised side by side fashion !

With my "GROOTSKRIK" , something of the past and figuring that no rods were broken and that we are not bleeding and can actually stand behind the gap between the two reefs in between the swells comingh through (when we had to watertrap), we burst into laughter - this was fun for me as the rookie and not cold at all in the wetsuit !

The laughter had barely stopped when my rod was flattened by a healthy blacktail - my first fish while properly reefhopping (although I wasn't ON the reef anymore) ! After that we got another blacktail and gallie between the two of us and I was solidly hooked on this kind of fishing that I tried for so long to dodge !

Now I quickly figured that the less you carry/pack for this kind of fishing, the better, but you still have to carry your two or three kinds of bait, sinkers and hooks and their traces, some spare leader material and your fishbag.

I was thinking of making up a homemade belt rig with bait bottles etc, but now wonder if that wont make me float even faster and the white bait bottle rigs you buy with the red strapping, also float out of their harnesses when the deeper water is reached ...

It would be great if those Cape reef experts amongst us, could post some pics of your chosen clothing, equipment etc and give us reef rookies some valuable tips to cope with the new challenges please ?

Cheers " daar gaan hy" just got a new meaning to me, as you are floated off the reef !

 


Hi Wilhelm

Dit is regtig nie so ingewukkeld nie, ek sal n paar fotos neem van my kit en dit later vir jou whatsapp dan kan jy n idee kry van wat vir my en my hengel maat werk, elke persoon het sy eie tricks en goed so die basics bly baie dieselfde maar jy pas mos jou gereedskap an volgens jou styl van hengel.

Ons was self ook uit gewees sondag en die swem was nogal leke met daai groot swelle, ons het ook 2 gallies gekry waarvan 1 moes terug gan, net voor ons besluit om die tou in tegooi het n vrats golf ons ook van ons klip afgehaal en met die keer slag toe druk ek my hand so mooi op n see pampoentjie en sukkel nou nog om al die stukkies uit my fingers tekry.

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Marthin wrote: bly jyt dit oorleef...
Jis Marthin - ek kies ook my maters reg, Dirk se "lang arm van die gereg" het my 'n slag of wat, nadergetrek tot hy gesien het ek's OK, maar toe hy eers figure dat ek my gate uit geniet, was dit "elke man vir homself " en was daar ernstig gehengel vir die vissies !

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Jis Henri - post sommer jou fotos hier op die tread indien moontlik, ek is seker ek is nie die enigste Sealiner wat 'n groentjie op die riwwe is nie !

Terloops, ek sien van die manne gebruik van daai padded neuprene handskoene wat Coral ook  maak, dit behoort te help as dinge verkeerd gaan sou ek dink ?

 

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Cuban Cigar wrote: Hi guys !

After much pressure by a few Sealiners and in particular, my regular Sealine fishing buddy, I gave in and got myself a custom wetsuit from Coral, to join this "rather interesting pasttime" !

So on this past Sunday, I was in for the "roof wetting" (that specific choice of words spelled trouble and was a hint of things to come) of my new farmer john, with Windguru predicting a healthy 3.5 m swell in the Strand - not ideal for "kortgat rookies" but what the hell, I was superkeen !

Early morning we arrived at the Macs reefs, but with more sand picking up from the sandbars, we were not expecting too much - after a hour or so on the reefs, without much action, we decided to go look for water that was more ideal.

Drove in the direction of the Strand and found some good looking water and out we waded again ....

We quickly realised that we should have headed there first thing in the morning, as the particular reef we chose, was not going to provide us with a solid stance for very long with the swell up and the tide pushing.

My buddy very soon had his first take and landed a gallie, while I was starting to figure that the big size difference between us, will work in his favour, as the swell was already threatening to float me off my perch - not very long after that a very big swell came from nowhere and as expexted, carries me off the reef - when I look back, expecting to see him doubled up in laughter on the reef, to my surprise I realise that the reef was empty and that we were swimming in perfectly sincronised side by side fashion !

With my "GROOTSKRIK" , something of the past and figuring that no rods were broken and that we are not bleeding and can actually stand behind the gap between the two reefs in between the swells comingh through (when we had to watertrap), we burst into laughter - this was fun for me as the rookie and not cold at all in the wetsuit !

The laughter had barely stopped when my rod was flattened by a healthy blacktail - my first fish while properly reefhopping (although I wasn't ON the reef anymore) ! After that we got another blacktail and gallie between the two of us and I was solidly hooked on this kind of fishing that I tried for so long to dodge !

Now I quickly figured that the less you carry/pack for this kind of fishing, the better, but you still have to carry your two or three kinds of bait, sinkers and hooks and their traces, some spare leader material and your fishbag.

I was thinking of making up a homemade belt rig with bait bottles etc, but now wonder if that wont make me float even faster and the white bait bottle rigs you buy with the red strapping, also float out of their harnesses when the deeper water is reached ...

It would be great if those Cape reef experts amongst us, could post some pics of your chosen clothing, equipment etc and give us reef rookies some valuable tips to cope with the new challenges please ?

Cheers " daar gaan hy" just got a new meaning to me, as you are floated off the reef !

 


Hi Wilhelm

Dit is regtig nie so ingewukkeld nie, ek sal n paar fotos neem van my kit en dit later vir jou whatsapp dan kan jy n idee kry van wat vir my en my hengel maat werk, elke persoon het sy eie tricks en goed so die basics bly baie dieselfde maar jy pas mos jou gereedskap an volgens jou styl van hengel.

Ons was self ook uit gewees sondag en die swem was nogal leke met daai groot swelle, ons het ook 2 gallies gekry waarvan 1 moes terug gan, net voor ons besluit om die tou in tegooi het n vrats golf ons ook van ons klip afgehaal en met die keer slag toe druk ek my hand so mooi op n see pampoentjie en sukkel nou nog om al die stukkies uit my fingers tekry.

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Thanks JD !

Hopelik sal Stinkie vir almal se onthalwe, sy blou rigs se fotos ook vir ons hier post dat almal kan sien ?

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Dit klink mos nou lekker! Ek sal n ogie op die een moet hou!_seal1_

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Lekker Wilhelm! Ek het dit nog nie op die riwwe gewaag nie. As ek daar n draai maak sal dit maar vir die hond haaie wees. Smaak my dis n belewenis

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Jis Armand - lanklaas van jou gehoor !

Ja daai suped-up 1530 van jou, sal baie lekker op die riwwe werk vir wat ook al verbykom - ek kan nou nie saampraat oor die haaie nie, maar jag vreeslik graag die gallies, kolsterte en witstompe op die ligter gear.

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Hi guys - I don't know if the question was "lost in translation" when this thread switched to Afrikaans, but I can't believe it's only us boertjies that reefhop ?

Please feel free to switch back to international language for all to understand!

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Not so much a expert , but heres my bait belt , the bait holders just slides out after usage .

lekker report CC

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Nice report there CC.
Which reef(s) did you guys fish?

oh, i have a army belt with two pouches (looks like grenade pouches) and 1xbait bucket (the white ones as seen in the previous post pic).
my rod holder(bucket) has two bait buckets attached to it as well.

army belt pouches contain sinkers (diff sizes) and some trace lines (two rolls).
small sling bag, just to have some hooks, some trace line, swivels, float, and fish rope 9for when catching something that goes home.

all in all, light enough to carry to reefs and can also be used when fishing multiple spots on a stretch of beach.

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Thanks whalerider - that's what I had in mind - are the blue parts that "clamp" around the bait tubs, sections of blue pvc waterpipe that was split and a section cut out ?

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Dis hoe hy lyk.

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een van die hipster chillers is nie n slegte idee nie. En dan het ek so fibreglass gedoente vir sinkers skertjie en cotton, klomp traces in die pouch voor op my splashjacket.

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Cuban Cigar wrote: Thanks whalerider - that's what I had in mind - are the blue parts that "clamp" around the bait tubs, sections of blue pvc waterpipe that was split and a section cut out ?
Spot on CC

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Jis weereens doen vir jou wat werk. Ek sal volgende keer vir Rooies saam vat. Dan kyk jy hoe doen hy dit. Die feit is niemand doen dit 100% dieselle nie. Jy het die basics - nou net kyk wat werk vir jou en wat doen nie.

Miskien moet ons eendag so get together by die riwwe hou met die klomp sealiners.

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