adambris

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adambris last won the day on December 31 2016

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About adambris

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    Advanced Member

Profile Information

  • Location
    Nambour
  • State
    Queensland
  • Country
    Australia
  • Post Code
    4560
  • Interests
    fishing
  • Occupation
    plumber

Contact Information

  • Work Phone #
    0408680005

Fishing

  • Fishing Types
    Estuary and Coastal Fishing
  • Fish You Target
    Bass
  • Lure Types Used
    Hardbody Lures
  • Favourite Lure
    sammy 65
  • Favourite Bait
    live or fresh prawn
  • Best Catch
    92cm Barra

Personal Bests

  • Bass
    51
  • Bream
    37
  • Mackerel
    20kg
  • Flathead
    76
  • Mangrove Jack
    52
  • Jewfish
    60
  • Barramundi
    92

Boating

  • Boat Owner
    Yes
  • Boat Type
    Kayak
  • Boat Name
    MAXIKAT
  1. adambris

    adambris

  2. If they were gonna be on the coast, thats probably a likely spot. Minimal boat traffic up there.
  3. Acres of birds working off sunshine this morning..
  4. Yeah thats it mate. Havnt had a hobie in years now.
  5. Long long time since i posted or even signed in. Moved to noosa a couple of years ago. Thought id share my latest trip. Left the ramp in the dark and hit the reef as the first light showed up. Prospecting with plastics gave us an early run of grassies up to 45cm and a squire. Tide stopped running and the reefies went quiet, but the pelagics turned up, spanish all around the 80cm mark, and my cobia going 99.5cm (gutted). Heaed for the ramp around 8am.
  6. adambris

    Wiring help

    Does anyone have diagrams of wiring for boats, The current wiring I have leaves a lot to be desired. Ripping it all out, but not 100% when it comes to electronics. I've got sounder, lights and 2 power sockets that I want wired through a switch panel so that there is just a positive and negative to connect to the battery. I've tried googling, but everything I found is too detailed for what I need.
  7. virgin have no size limit, and usualy 5kgs of sporting equipment is free, i have taken 2.1m rod tubes with me, they get stowed and checked in through oversized baggage area. jetstar have a 1.6m limit for all luggage, not even the option to pay extra to get it with you. i learnt this the hard way.
  8. well done guys, sold the hobie, bought a tinny and moving to doonan in a month so pretty happy to see reports like this!!! :cheer: :evil: :cheer:
  9. anyone have any good or bad reports on these motors, can find them priced around the same price as water snakes, though water snakes seem to have a patchy history. any advice would be great! />http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Bow-Mount-Electric-Trolling-Motor-55lbs-Package-1-Haswing-Cayman-B-Series-II-/331176216200?pt=Men_s_Clothing&var=&hash=item4d1ba40688
  10. any personal friends of fergie? let him know i have an outback for sale if he's still chasing one. cheers
  11. hey ferg are you still chasing an outback?
  12. plenty of times mate, been smashed up by a lot bigger fish there on regular occasions, just couldn't get them out of the structure fast enough!!!
  13. the day i found out what it was like to actually fight a fish!!!
  14. moved to the sunny coast end of last year, and have been targeting jacks as much as possible. so far this year I've fished 6 days a week, every week, with most sessions being before work and only an hour to an hour and a half long. but after many thousands of casts into snags rocks and bridge pillions, and a few unstoppable hook ups, last week i finally got the target fish, not my first or biggest jack, but most satisfying by far. next cast got a nice bream.