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    [QUOTE=stingray;571545]
    Quote Originally Posted by Gibo View Post
    Had a good time in the Tauranga One base this year.
    Dropped a nice Shortbill on the trace (my crimp failed )

    Hang on a minete!!

    Were you or were you not? the bloke given our South Island fishing guru @veitnamcam a bollcking about using clips??! And you sir had a crimp fail that you put on

    I'm glad your coming south so we can teach you how to use clips properly
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    Sundays boating , midday around 18 ks off heads . Wish this was the norm
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    Also last night approaching the lead lights to the cut @ 20knots I noted lights of civilisation turning off and on again in a horizontal motion and thought WTF that has to be a big boat with no fucken Nav lights!
    Honestly if I had the bimini up and clears in I doubt I would have seen him until in collision range.

    It was a white/cream(despite the colour it was invisible with the lights from shore) displacement powerboat around 10-15m long doing around 8-12 knt with no lighting of any kind.....not even a glow from the wheel house.

    I spos it is possible they had lost all electrics but fuck turn a torch or headlamp on on the rear deck, or a glowstick,or a fucken flare but dont enter the cut with two other vessels and no bloody lights!
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    Sure are some prize dicks out there VC.
    I was on a 42 rivierra heading out of Whitianga to fish the Classic a few years back, when we damn near cut a 30 ft windbludger in half in the middle of the bay. He had no lights up at all, and the only thing that saved him was the fact that he smoked. If Our skipper had not seen the faint glow of the guys lighter, he would probably be gone burgers.
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    Blurrr!!! Yuck, humble pie
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    Forgive me Neptune for I have sinned.



    New rod for the boy to go with his new reel....I snapped the end off his rod (my rod) a while back on a trip when I accidentally hit the auto up on the window and it broke the end.

    He likes casting as opposed to sitting waiting with bait so another 2peice soft bait rod is in the line up....on special at burnsco.

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    I should have added but forgot , probably got something to do with the debrief . But my mate supplied lunch whilst fishing . Cold whitebait patties (a dozen), pickled goose legs (yum) and two mutton birds .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Munsey View Post
    I should have added but forgot , probably got something to do with the debrief . But my mate supplied lunch whilst fishing . Cold whitebait patties (a dozen), pickled goose legs (yum) and two mutton birds .
    Pickled goose legs? How? Any good?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beaker View Post
    Pickled goose legs? How? Any good?
    An old timer we know does them , he's lived off the lake (ellesmere) for decades , they are to Die for. Tasted like cold corned beef , but better. I'm trying to get the recipe . His brother used to bone out ducks then pickle them the same way , they where primo to . I want to pickle the duck legs that get wasted when our birds are breasted .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Munsey View Post
    An old timer we know does them , he's lived off the lake (ellesmere) for decades , they are to Die for. Tasted like cold corned beef , but better. I'm trying to get the recipe . His brother used to bone out ducks then pickle them the same way , they where primo to . I want to pickle the duck legs that get wasted when our birds are breasted .

    you obviously not fed well enough @Munsey
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dundee View Post
    you obviously not fed well enough @Munsey
    Says the man who has to disguise the flavor of anything anything he eats with sugar pumpkin and tomato!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Munsey View Post
    An old timer we know does them , he's lived off the lake (ellesmere) for decades , they are to Die for. Tasted like cold corned beef , but better. I'm trying to get the recipe . His brother used to bone out ducks then pickle them the same way , they where primo to . I want to pickle the duck legs that get wasted when our birds are breasted .
    Real keen on hearing about this......
    Please excuse spelling, as finger speed is sometimes behind brain spped........ Or maybe the other wayy.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    Forgive me Neptune for I have sinned.



    New rod for the boy to go with his new reel....I snapped the end off his rod (my rod) a while back on a trip when I accidentally hit the auto up on the window and it broke the end.

    He likes casting as opposed to sitting waiting with bait so another 2peice soft bait rod is in the line up....on special at burnsco.

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    I thought I would have copped some shit for putting a Shimano reel on a Okuma rod.

    It is a bit different to the Shimano Nano in tip stiffness and where the power of the rod starts.

    The Shimano has around 400-500mm of "tip" that is soft and sensitive and from there on it is a powerful rod where the Okuma is more of a gradual increase of power throughout the rod,Id say it will bend well and give less effective rod length when loaded than the Shimano but still have plenty of power just further down the rod.
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    We are all fisherman , in the end we could careless about the brand or style or type so long as you're and he's fishing , you would have got shit if you had replaced the rod with a hand line ...well maybe ...a lot of us grew up hand lining ...and slinging a lure out into the tide and untangling a handline is a art form. Take the boy fishing! Your his dad , that's all he wants!
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    I've always grown up with mix'n'match fishing gear. No worse than putting an American scope on a Scandinavian firearm.
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