Nog

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About Nog

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  • Location
    Gordon Park
  • State
    Queensland
  • Country
    Australia
  • Post Code
    4031
  • Bio
    Brisbane Fly Fishing Club, meetings every Third Wednesday, Prentice Park, Thistle St, Lutwyche.
  • Occupation
    Stats man

Fishing

  • Fishing Types
    Estuary and Coastal Fishing
  • Fish You Target
    Bass
  • Lure Types Used
    Other Lures
  • Favourite Lure
    Polar fibre minnow

Personal Bests

  • Tailor
    Brisbane Fly Fishing Club, meetings every Third Wednesday, Prentice Park, Thistle St, Lutwyche.
  • Bass
    53cm

Boating

  • Boat Owner
    Yes
  • Boat Type
    Motor Boat with Trailer

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  1. Nog

    Navionics Or Cmap

    You stole my squid WayPoints
  2. Nog

    Navionics Or Cmap

    I have the Navionics "Fish n Chips" card, and has fine detail for Moreton Bay. For example the sou-west part of Mud Island looks like a bunch of spastic spaghettiti. I assume C-map can do the same but I'm running AutoChart Live on mine to map in greater details areas I'm intereste din
  3. So that's where "the" school was. Are you catching them or jagging them :0) Nice set of assist hooks you got going there Dennis
  4. Nog

    Boat For Moreton Bay

    secondhand polycraft, either the 4.10 which is more estuary, the 4.50 can hadle the bay on good days and get you home on bad days. They are a wet boat, but goggle how to fix it
  5. Nog

    Where Am I ?

    Think of the dude that found Oz
  6. Bloody Moreton Bay. I went out Wednesday and did not see a scale, clocked up 120klms....... That's Tuna.
  7. I got to the dam at 4:30 and snoozed in the car Got half-a-dozen before I went exploring new ground. Sat on a stacked up school at one stage that refused everything I threw at them.....Go figure
  8. Now worries mate. Get out there whenever you have a chance (Mine are teenagers now so I remember Dad duty well). Norm
  9. Awesome stuff James. Bream are not an easy target on fly so kudos to you mate. "Gratuitous plug" . If you want to improve your casting you would be most welcome to come to our club as we have many excellent casting instructors. https://www.facebook.com/BrisbaneFFC/ In fact our first meeting for the year is tonight at 6:30pm at the Wilston-Grange AFL club in Stafford. There is also a club down the Gold Coast if that's closer, SEQ FlyFishers. Also a really great bunch of guys. Keep at it mate, it's the only "proper" way to fish
  10. Cracking day on fly yesterday. Schools everywhere and eager. Eventually they started to shutdown so I just slowed the retrieve rate to suit. Not that it's a contest but Dad (that's me) scored 30+ on fly whilst the boy only managed 9 on lures
  11. You could replace your starter/house battery with a big deep cycle down the back. Just make sure you use heavy gauge wire (minimum 6AWG) up to the leccie as it draws lots of amps at full tilt.
  12. I have the Bird 9 and love it. All sounders are good I think it's just personal preference and budget. Mine is linked to my Minn Kota which is even groover ( but that option mighty put you over there 1K mark on a 7.
  13. Hey @Benasi I've been a passenger in both boats and own a 5.5 Galey (so compeltely biase dof course). The Haines is probably a better riding hull as it's also a bit heavier from memory but has lower freeboard. In the bay I'd feel safer in a Galey but it can be a bit wet. In the dams, maybe the Haines as it won't be so wind effected. To be honest, both are great, the older Galeys are a bit rough around the edges but probably cheaper to buy. The Galey can run pretty shallow (~ a foot), not sure about the Haines. Norm