Little Grey Men

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Little Grey Men last won the day on December 7 2010

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About Little Grey Men

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Basic

  • Suburb
    Upper Kedron
  • City
    Brisbane
  • State
    Queensland
  • Country
    Australia
  • Post Code
    4055
  • About Me
    Love chasing bass and the occasional cod in skinny creeks on my kayak all up and down the coast.
  • Occupation
    Production Manager

Fishing

  • Fishing Types
    Freshwater and Impoundment Fishing
  • Fish You Target
    Bass
  • Lure Types Used
    Hardbody Lures

Boating

  • Boat Owner
    Yes
  • Boat Type
    Kayak
  1. I'll keep a few of the bass busy for a while. I'll make sure I don't hook any big girls. I'll leave them for you mate.
  2. That's fishin' Ray, I once caught a really good sized bass in the river in my kayak and put my camera on my lap while struggling to set the fish up for a good shot. It flicked it big old tail and I heard a "plop" got everything set up then couldn't find my camera. The big girl had knocked it into the water :S
  3. Good stuff Ray, I fished NPD from the bank about a month ago and I kid you not I caught a pink blade using a pink blade. The best part was, I was using a cheap Kato blade and I hooked an Evergreen Littlemax blade....yeehaa !
  4. Looks nice and full mate.
  5. Dusting off the waders now mate.
  6. Good fishing mate, I like the way you took the selfie of you and the bigger bass with the tail supported by your upper arm..top idea. I've tried to take pictures of bass with my mug in the shot for years and they usually look like rubbish. I'll pinch that idea if you don't mind.
  7. That heat yesterday was just cruel. I spent the morning dragging the dam kayak over boulders and across paddocks inbetween very shallow and fishless pools and getting harassed by bovines. Looks like you had a much more productive day. Was the water nice and cool there ?
  8. Nice one mate, that level crossing is just one savage little bass alley. Good memories.
  9. Nice photo's and some decent sized bass too. I do like it when a bass pukes up. It always gives you something to think about, lure wise.
  10. I don't think it's possible to really protect the hull, if you're going to portage your yak will get scratched up pretty bad. Small price to pay to the fishing god's. I've dragged mine over boulders. through rain forests and across cow paddocks and it's still fine. If you do happen to get a hole it can be repaired by plastic welding. jump on youtube and check out how it's done. I carry a small amount of duct tape in my kit which can be used to patch holes ( from the inside ) until it can be welded. Having said that I've only ever patched my old kayak once after hitting a big rock just under the water while going down a fast narrow run. I hit it that hard that it knocked me clear out of the water and I was sitting on the bank with my mate laughing his head off.
  11. I was getting "tip wrap" on a 1000 Twin Power on a Loomis SJR 720 Extra Fast loaded with 6lb Super PE. Got fed up and changed to 6lb Nanofil and problem solvered. When 6lb Super PE gets older it gets very very soft and the very nature of a spin reel see's the line circling out off the spool, through the guides and catching anything on the way. I probably sacrificed casting distance a tiny bit but it's worth it.
  12. Old mate knows a thing or three about bass, Dino has taught me bucket loads about these fish over the years. Nice vids too Bass hunter.
  13. Some fresh water release shots. Clear water yella Caleb releasing a little NPD rocket years ago. Getting some oxygen into those gills. Mary going back home. Releasing a bass in the late afternoon sun. Releasing them is almost as good as the initial hookup I reckon.
  14. Liked all that.