Whiskers

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About Whiskers

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    Advanced Member

Profile Information

  • Location
    North Lakes
  • State
    Queensland
  • Country
    Australia
  • Post Code
    4509
  • Bio
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  • Interests
    Fishing, Playstation, Golf, Beer, Beach, Camping, Being a Daddy
  • Occupation
    Water Proofer

Fishing

  • Fish You Target
    Flathead
  • Favourite Lure
    Berkley Frenzy, 3B, Atomic Hardz, River 2 Sea, Sqiddgy Wriggler, Prawnstar, Blades
  • Favourite Bait
    Live
  • Best Catch
    65cm Flathead, 35cm Bream, 38cm Trevally, 40cm Cod, 38cm Bass, 32cm Sole

Boating

  • Boat Owner
    Yes
  • Boat Type
    Motor Boat
  • Boat Name
    Whiskers

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  1. Whoaa... Isn't there like $50 difference between these lines? How is TD sensor in the same ball park as Fireline? I personaly haven't used the Daiwa line it's probably one of the most expensive lines out there... Sorry to hijack the thread but find it very interesting that these lines would be lumped together. I have a Daiwa Tournament Master X 1-3Kg and it is a sexy beast! The reel seat is the most comfortable I've ever held and the action is fantastic very affordable and IMO slightly take the edge on the T-Curves But if you like your Trion 2-4 why not get one in 1-3 very nice rods. Cam
  2. Just did this will wait and see what ebay comes back with
  3. Bang for buck why not check out a Great Wall, I own one and couldn't be happier Cam
  4. You could buy them from Big W cheaper... Just saying....
  5. It is about parking at a ramp but my answer was in response to your question. Ok to elaborate what I'm saying is these craft don't need a ramp to access the water so why should they need parks close to the ramp anymore than boaties need extra parks, most yakkers have trollies and all ramps have some car parks anyway which brings me back to the begining, If you can't get a park, go somewhere else, get up earlier next time, Don't use boaties trailor parks. Trailors in trailor parks Cars in car parks Far out I can not even believe there is any argument on this mater it's COMMON SENSE. Cam I'm done.....
  6. I believe this debate is about parking not ramps Cam
  7. I'm afraid it's people like you that spoil the atmosphere around boat ramps, as covered on this forum on a previous Thread by plastic_fantastic the general view on kayaks using boat ramps is that there more than welcome to use ramps provided they use the same etiquette as boaties and wait their turn!!!!!! :evil: Never said they wernt welcome just said they don't need to use them, The parks are designed for trailors not cars, want to be a smart alec? Take your yak to the ramp on a trailor :dry: hahaha To many people like to fly off into space with there wonderfull and crazy notions but seriously like I said common sense FGS people! Oh and to add to your comment on " people like me ruining ramp atmosphere" I don't like to brag but I left my pots out on the other side of the pine from Dohles Rocks ramp and litteraly watched my pots getting plucked as I was launching this morning to collect them when a bloke asked me for a quick tow to get his busted boat. I chose to help the man even though I could have gone and skull {expletive deleted} these "upper class thieves in there $50k+ boat" So don't give me this crap about people like me mate!
  8. I'm afraid it's people like you that spoil the atmosphere around boat ramps, as covered on this forum on a previous Thread by plastic_fantastic the general view on kayaks using boat ramps is that there more than welcome to use ramps provided they use the same etiquette as boaties and wait their turn!!!!!! :evil: Never said they wernt welcome just said they don't need to use them, The parks are designed for trailors not cars, want to be a smart alec? Take your yak to the ramp on a trailor :dry: hahaha To many people like to fly off into space with there wonderfull and crazy notions but seriously like I said common sense FGS people!
  9. First things first, Props to you for using Google earth and sussing out potential areas so many guys jump on this forum and want everyones X spot so good on ya Second, Welcome to the site! And to answer your question it can be a little hairy at low, there is a channel through there but is very narrow and hard to navigate. Best to get in there on the start of the rising and bail a couple of hours before dead low ( depending on what size boat ) I have personally had ok luck up there, nice clean water and plenty of fishy spots. Oh and there is also a bridge up there that you could get stuck at on the wrong side of high too, you would have seen it on Google? Good luck Cam
  10. If you have a trailor park in the trailor bay, If there are no parks get up earlier next time. If you have a canoe or yak why are you at a ramp anyway? These vessels don't need a ramp. If you are fishing out of a car, Don't be a lazy bum! Park in the proper car parks, Make a trolley or something? Common sense people please FGS :dry: Cam
  11. Could not be more against this. Sounds like high school or something? I deal with people I can't stand all day could you imagine telling your boss " Ok I'll work with him,him and him but sorry can't work with him, him and her. Life and the world does not work like that and as metioned there allready is the ability to make seperate groups what more does everyone want? I gaurantee in 12 months of this little elite club there will be massive s@#t fights anyway. What a load of BS! I would however be open to paying a small fee for the longevity of the site. Cam
  12. I've been going ok with the TT spinners with a little Damiki grub. Cam
  13. I just bought a Stradic Ci4 1000 and Daiwa Tournament master x brand new for thrise what your asking God damn it I gunna either stop buying new gear or I'm gunna stop reading for sale threads :pinch: Won't last long at that price. Cam