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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    typed a rather long reply to that but clicked the cancel button.
    Ha ha ha ha I can only imagine you were going to tell me I couLdnt lay down and reach in a river under the side of a bank because my girth is wider than my arms are long.
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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    Dont farmers use Jelly anymore?

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    Overkill is still dead.

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    did my PM re how to deploy terrafirma terrors make sense???
    the beauty of using a running rig is trout can take bait and start to move off before feeling line tension and if they manage to break line they ARENT attached to the sinker.

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    Cocabullies, use them like you would with a kahawai live bait.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mathias View Post
    Cocabullies, use them like you would with a kahawai live bait.
    How do you catch them @Mathias? I've thought they would make great lives for salmon.
    Experience. What you get just after you needed it.

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    whitebait net.....or kids scoop net x2 and come at them from both directions at once. piece of cake to put WB net across small stream/creek and beat a few down into it....make good job of sorting wee fellas to weed out trout n salmon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shearer View Post
    How do you catch them @Mathias? I've thought they would make great lives for salmon.
    As mentioned, whitebait net or butterfly net. In actual fact bullies are getting harder to find now. Once they populated the stock water races and the likes, but they have suffered badly by water quality in this region.

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    just get @Dundee to come down and inspect your new place and get him to bring his fishing gear . be able to write it off to the taxman as a business expense for farm advisory on pest control.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mathias View Post
    As mentioned, whitebait net or butterfly net. In actual fact bullies are getting harder to find now. Once they populated the stock water races and the likes, but they have suffered badly by water quality in this region.
    We used to live bait for sea run fish at the Selwyn river. You need to give the fish a long time from the take to setting the hook. We had a lot of drops before we figured that out. We also caught bullies in pastoral drains. Was a few years ago now though.
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    Any luck yet @Ryan_Songhurst ?
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    Tokoroa chicken will work

 

 

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