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 Posted: Wed Sep 17th, 2014 08:02 pm
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Fortunately when reef hopping, you can choose to be constantly submerged in water, only the depth varies.

Cuts down the risks of slipping dramatically.

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 Posted: Wed Sep 17th, 2014 10:15 pm
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These are the boots that I use, as you should be able to see, the soles take quite a beating on the sharp rocks, reefs and black mussels. These have two seasons of fishing under the belt and should last a couple.

I burn three holes through the side of the instep for drainage (you might just be able to see it on the furthest boot) and wear socks and then neuprene socks under them for comfort and against the cold.

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These are the boots that I use, as you should be able to see, the soles take quite a beating on the sharp rocks, reefs and black mussels. These have two seasons of fishing under the belt and should last a couple.

I burn three holes through the side of the instep for drainage (you might just be able to see it on the furthest boot) and wear socks and then neuprene socks under them for comfort and against the cold.

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 Posted: Wed Sep 17th, 2014 10:31 pm
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Haven't even gone close to a reef tonight and the boots have gone missing ?

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 Posted: Wed Sep 17th, 2014 10:49 pm
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Don't know how to get this pic upright, but here is the Coral wetsuit.
I asked Elaine to make it without a zipper (the joys of peeing in your p...s/wetsuit) really to keep the cold water from coming through the zipper and collecting on the front of your legs as suggested by Dirk.

Also asked her to change the bare/open velcro shoulder strap of their commercial wetsuits, to be covered by the neuprene and a little tag added for convenience and to prevent the bare/open velcro from chafing/damaging the fragile waterproof inner coating of the Quiver jacket I normally wear over it.

Then I also requested the protective "knees" to be extended down over the shins and into the boots for extra safety.

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Heavy duty padded, fingerless gloves can also save e lkt of skin and blood if/ when you go over unplanned on top of the reef - possibly you can post us a pic of yours Dirk ?

I'm waiting for mine, but are using these in the meantime - more designed for the cold than heavy duty protection though !

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 Posted: Wed Sep 17th, 2014 11:33 pm
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Then for headgear:
A high uv protection buff is invaluable against the sun, wind and the cold and a well fitting peak cap can keep the sun out of your eyes and without it, your polaroids are all but useless in helping you see under the surface to help decide were to cast.
A valuable lesson I learned at the Macs reefs, on my first outing there this year (still in swimming trunks), was just how important polaroids and a peak cap are - it was in the early morning and by the time the tide pushed us off the reef, the sun was at an angle between us and the beach, reflecting off the surface and making it impossible to spot those sub surface potholes and dropoffs, we had to navigate on the way back, if not wearing polaroids and a peak cap.

I literally had to step in Dirk's tracks, not to fall in a hole or off the edge in the process loosing a lot of skin and blood on those super sharp reefs !

Lastly I like the floating "Float Eyes" eyeware retainers, that hold onto the earpieces of your polaroids securely and will float most polaroids if knocked from your face and neck.
I chose the slightly shorter ones, as they have less bulk to hassle with and are less likely to be knocked off by a wave.

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 Posted: Wed Sep 17th, 2014 11:35 pm
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Then for headgear:
A high uv protection buff is invaluable against the sun, wind and the cold and a well fitting peak cap can keep the sun out of your eyes and without it, your polaroids are all but useless in helping you see under the surface to help decide were to cast.
A valuable lesson I learned at the Macs reefs, on my first outing there this year (still in swimming trunks), was just how important polaroids and a peak cap are - it was in the early morning and by the time the tide pushed us off the reef, the sun was at an angle between us and the beach, reflecting off the surface and making it impossible to spot those sub surface potholes and dropoffs, we had to navigate on the way back, if not wearing polaroids and a peak cap.

I literally had to step in Dirk's tracks, not to fall in a hole or off the edge in the process loosing a lot of skin and blood on those super sharp reefs !

Lastly I like the floating "Float Eyes" eyeware retainers, that hold onto the earpieces of your polaroids securely and will float most polaroids if knocked from your face and neck.
I chose the slightly shorter ones, as they have less bulk to hassle with and are less likely to be knocked off by a wave.

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 Posted: Wed Sep 17th, 2014 11:47 pm
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Then the Quiver jacket has served me well and is very comfortable in the wind and rain - write-ups have been posted on it, so I won't duplicate.

Just the basics ...

Double yoke at the neck to keep driven rain out.
Adjustable cap - two way.
Neuprene cuffs - adjustable
Neuprene around the waist - adjustable.
Large chest pocket with velcro closure.
Reflective border on the chest for visibility at night.

Great jacket fullstop !

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 Posted: Thu Sep 18th, 2014 12:10 am
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Then you need some kind of a pouch to carry minimum gear and bait - this 11year old pouch was designed for non swimming fishing and is overkill for the reefs.

The bait tubs are in the bait freezer in my outside store room and I'm not a hell going out in the cold and rain now to get it just for the pic, so use your imagination to figure where it goes !

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 Posted: Thu Sep 18th, 2014 12:16 am
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Hopefully you hook and land some fish, so you need a bag for that - I also carry some sinkers with traces pre-tied in there to stop it floating and to prevent the wind from blowing it around - mine is compact as I only catch smaller fish - a stringer will work for bigger fish like kobbies.

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 Posted: Thu Sep 18th, 2014 12:19 am
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Sorry for all the double taps guys - either the fat finger kr the 3G signal that kept disappearing ! :X

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 Posted: Thu Sep 18th, 2014 10:50 am
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Wilhelm... n tip, vat die 12mm boor/lem ding wat jy kry in n boorstel om sleutelgate mee te boor, en boor n gaatjie reg in die middel teen die sool agter jou hak.

As jy dan n kans kry om buite water te staan, le net bietjie agtertoe en al die water is amper onmiddelik uit, as daar sand ook ingespoel het (soos veral by macs reef) daai eerste stukkie, sal meeste van dit ook uitloop.

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 Posted: Thu Sep 18th, 2014 11:48 am
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Marthin wrote: Wilhelm... n tip, vat die 12mm boor/lem ding wat jy kry in n boorstel om sleutelgate mee te boor, en boor n gaatjie reg in die middel teen die sool agter jou hak.

As jy dan n kans kry om buite water te staan, le net bietjie agtertoe en al die water is amper onmiddelik uit, as daar sand ook ingespoel het (soos veral by macs reef) daai eerste stukkie, sal meeste van dit ook uitloop.


Dankie Marthin - ek't al gesien van die manne boor hom agter en ook voor en dit werk baie goed !

My boots se gaatjies is skuins na ondertoe gemaak, vanaf die laagste punt in die boot se sool, afwaarts na buite en as jy trap, spuit daar drie lang strale water uit en die boot is leeg en amper heeltemal droog.

Ek het ook die los binnesole uitgehaal van die begin af - enigste irritasie nou en dan, kan wees as jy regtig diep in los sand en malende water getrap het en daar gaan 'n klomp goed van bo af in, dat nie al daardie sand en "grit" dan dadelik uitspuit nie.

Cheers en dankie vir die raad !

 

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 Posted: Thu Sep 18th, 2014 12:07 pm
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Blaasop wrote: Noddy, here's the thing...I also know that as Herman se Gat, but some of the locals consider that to be Makouvlei. Some of the names can be quite confusing and, among myself and my fishing buddies, we also christened some spots for identification purposes. Obviously those names are alien to everybody else!

Be that as it may, that was really a nice kob, in peak condition. I watched him when he landed it and thought it was in the region of 6 kilo's. Back on the beach the actual size really came as a surprise. And kudo's to him for landing it as well, because about 10 metres out runs a submerged reef parallel to Pypies where I lost a very strong fish a season ago which kept cruising behind the reef, refusing to budge.

Were you fishing with Jurie?
macauvlei is more to the back of Hermans Gat..
you'l know that spot when you on the rock and the PVC pipes are planted there with cement.
many years ago, the strand locals did that. (Same as Oumansgat).

Not sure who Jurie is? but i didnt fish with a guy by that name. lol

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Cuban Cigar wrote: Don't know how to get this pic upright, but here is the Coral wetsuit.
I asked Elaine to make it without a zipper (the joys of peeing in your p...s/wetsuit) really to keep the cold water from coming through the zipper and collecting on the front of your legs as suggested by Dirk.

Also asked her to change the bare/open velcro shoulder strap of their commercial wetsuits, to be covered by the neuprene and a little tag added for convenience and to prevent the bare/open velcro from chafing/damaging the fragile waterproof inner coating of the Quiver jacket I normally wear over it.

Then I also requested the protective "knees" to be extended down over the shins and into the boots for extra safety.


Sorry, I forgot to mention, that I chose to have the wetsuit made up in grey, to be a bit cooler for summer fishing as suggested by one of the old hands.

I also thought that it might let me look a little bit less like a seal ?                           (kos vir die "tanne" ) ;)

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I use the white gumboots with the red or orange soles. The first pair lasted only 2 seasons. Second pair should last longer as I now fish less and work more!

Swimming trunks/pants, rash vest, wetsuit, splash jacket (I leave this one off when it's hot, but this rarely happens. I want to get one of those blue quiver waterproof jackets but without the neoprene straps), quiver battle jacket, if it's really cold I'll wear a 1mm wetsuit long sleeve top over the wetsuit, reef bag, 1mm neoprene socks, makes the boot fit nice and snug and prevents chafing and boots. That's the kit!

I can't see one wearing a wetsuit without a pee zip! You don't always stand IN the water on the reefs and I often wear it on the beach as well...

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Great info from you guys! Many thanks for sharing. Sooooo I need to invest in a rash vest, gloves and neoprene socks not to forget the shin guards.

 

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CharlesF wrote: Great info from you guys! Many thanks for sharing. Sooooo I need to invest in a rash vest, gloves and neoprene socks not to forget the shin guards.

 

JIP.

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Stefan Engelbrecht wrote: I use the white gumboots with the red or orange soles. The first pair lasted only 2 seasons. Second pair should last longer as I now fish less and work more!

Swimming trunks/pants, rash vest, wetsuit, splash jacket (I leave this one off when it's hot, but this rarely happens. I want to get one of those blue quiver waterproof jackets but without the neoprene straps), quiver battle jacket, if it's really cold I'll wear a 1mm wetsuit long sleeve top over the wetsuit, reef bag, 1mm neoprene socks, makes the boot fit nice and snug and prevents chafing and boots. That's the kit!

I can't see one wearing a wetsuit without a pee zip! You don't always stand IN the water on the reefs and I often wear it on the beach as well...

Thanks for your input Stafan - just remember that some of us are so vertically challenged, that we are always in deep enough water - others, myself included, are so scared of the possibility of "the tanne", that we wil wear out that expensive heavy duty zipper in one afternoon on the reefs !  ;)

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