fishinfox

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About fishinfox

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  • Location
    Buderim, Sunshine Coast
  • State
    Queensland
  • Country
    Australia
  • Post Code
    4556

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  • Fishing Types
    Estuary and Coastal Fishing

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  1. fishinfox

    Some Advice On A New Rod

    I'd pick up a stradic ci4+ . Seem to be going for $199 at Anaconda and BCF at the moment. Grab the rod first and see how it balances with the reel.
  2. Yep, they are awesome rods.
  3. Just checking if anyone has a bottom section they no longer need. Thanks.
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    south queensland Couple Of Unusual Catches

    Yep, that whiting looked like a survivor. Released to carry on surviving. Bit of a fluke catching that one on a lure. Can't beat catching whiting on surface lures in the Summer though.
  5. Headed out for a fish and managed a couple of unusual catches. Caught my first ever crab!!!!, and also managed to hook up to a one eyed whiting. Both caught on soft plastics. Picked up quite a few small flatties as well which were all released.
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    for sale Various Braid For Sale

    I've got a number of spools of braid for sale. All are excellent quality japanese made 8 strand braids. Both brands are awesome , super strong and cast beautifully. The Duel is $30 a spool plus postage Duel PE 0.6 is white Duel 0.8 is white Duel 1.0 is Milky Blue and The YGK G-Soul is $32 a spool plus postage. Both the PE 0.8 and 1.0 are green with a white marking every 1m. The Duel is thin enough to get posted for $2 a spool using regular post but the YGK G Soul has to go in an $8.50 tracked bag. Max postage would be $8.50 for any number of spools. I've go more than one of each so if you are interested in grabbing 1 or more please send me a PM. Cheers
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    Rod Repairs

    Hi, I haven't used him yet but this guy comes recommended by our local tackle shop. He's on the Sunshine Coast but close to the Bells Creek exit.https://www.facebook.com/lamereecustomrodsandrepairs/
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    south queensland Noosa Everglades Trip Report

    Dug up a picture of how good it looks for anyone who hasn't checked it out.
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    south queensland Noosa Everglades Trip Report

    Sounds like a good trip. Yep it really is a stunning place to fish and makes up for slow fishing days. Went up there a couple of years ago and managed 1 bass on the surface but hopefully heading back there later this year to do a bit better.
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    south queensland Managed A Few

    Managed to head out for my first fish in a while. Only a quick session in the Maroochy river after work but I was happy to pick up a few bream and a PB (smallest ever) flathead. Never thought something that small could get its gob around that hook!
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    south queensland Getting Out Of The Wind

    Great looking flathead. Well done on the 75cm. I haven't managed to catch one that big for quite a while.
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    Barra Rod?

    I can't offer advice on how they feel but I've seen motackle are sellling their trions for $79. They have some baitcasters. If you use the code "save15" (before sunday) you'll get one for $67. You have to bump the order up to $125 for free delivery though.
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    south queensland Finding El Dorado

    Nice. Thats a lot of great fish. Sounds like an excellent day.
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    south queensland Trevally Surface Strike

    Yes its a 6'6" Areal pro. Can't beat that rod for the action it gives poppers. I love it. I have one camera on a railblaza boom. It sits above my left shoulder. I can swivel it around and move the whole boom round to get the selfie shots or take the camera out of the boom and put it in the railblaza holder that you can see next to the sounder.
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    south queensland Trevally Surface Strike

    Thanks mate. Yep, surface strikes are definitely the best.