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#1 pisces_australis

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Posted 23 April 2010 - 03:22 PM

Here ya go lads for anyone interested
Cheers ian. :)
http://www.mrfisho.c...p;t=11338#94252
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Posted 01 May 2010 - 10:18 AM

Here ya go lads for anyone interested
Cheers ian. ;)
http://www.mrfisho.c...p;t=11338#94252


Bump...........you only have to be member to enter and its free ;)
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Posted 25 May 2010 - 05:17 PM

Bump...........you only have to be member to enter and its free :th


Well the comp went off really well fishing over both days sorrento portsea and queenscliff sat
and flinders sunday.

biggest squid caught by a member was 53 cm hood with alot around the 48 cm hood being landed also
here is a few picks from the we.
and what great weather it was for it.
cheers ian :)

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Posted 25 May 2010 - 06:47 PM

Awesome Pics! F@*king Awesome. I had a wedding to go to on the comps weekend but thought hard about skipping it to get involved. I will next year.

Man, that pic with the lass holding probably the biggest Calamari I have ever seen landed in Vic is truly inspiring. Well done and thanks for the pics pisces_australis.

Where did you get the best results, if you dont mind me asking :th

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#5 pisces_australis

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Posted 25 May 2010 - 07:38 PM

Awesome Pics! F@*king Awesome. I had a wedding to go to on the comps weekend but thought hard about skipping it to get involved. I will next year.

Man, that pic with the lass holding probably the biggest Calamari I have ever seen landed in Vic is truly inspiring. Well done and thanks for the pics pisces_australis.

Where did you get the best results, if you dont mind me asking :th

cheers,
nala


Hi Nala, well personally myself i was disapointed in my performance as a squid fisho with not being able to land a monster, but looking at squid fishing its not hard to do but we all like to think that we all know the best way of doing it and giving advice gear styles ect ect.

But this sport is a good evener in fishing as anyone can get a squid,and you dont have to be a pro, thats why it will be maybe the biggest revolution to recreational fishing Australia has ever seen.

But getting back to your Question about what area was the best, looking at the reports that came in and the numbers, i would say port phillip bay on that w/e was the winner.

Sorrento portsea for numbers and WP a little quieter for numbers.

Also your profile question about jigs under floats, thats how i used to fish from piers and found it very successful
westernport slowing down to a low tide the best for this style.
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Posted 26 May 2010 - 07:25 PM

G'day Ian,

I have been using jigs under a float as a back up since posting that question some time ago, and I have also moved to the dark side using baited jigs as a back up as well. (I hate dead baits as a general rule). But I am a sucker for lure fishing of all sorts, it is clean, no smell, and is more 'active' and more involved in my opinion, than just flinging some dead thing over the side and hoping for the best.

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Posted 27 May 2010 - 03:13 PM

Yes Ian was a cracking weekend and good turn out, I managed to fall asleep for the weigh in but still had a good couple of sessions, we did our best damage out of Queenscliff using a mix of Megabass and Ecogear jigs, ended up as black as the ace of spades and the mother in law ended up well fed.

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This kid was the evil assistant to the one who squirted me while I was trying to land a following squid behind the boat.
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Posted 27 May 2010 - 04:57 PM

Yes Ian was a cracking weekend and good turn out, I managed to fall asleep for the weigh in but still had a good couple of sessions, we did our best damage out of Queenscliff using a mix of Megabass and Ecogear jigs, ended up as black as the ace of spades and the mother in law ended up well fed.

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This kid was the evil assistant to the one who squirted me while I was trying to land a following squid behind the boat.


Yeah..Ripper pics M8, you know i reckon we should don sperm suits and just go for it on the next round, trouble is well have to falk out 50/100 bucks to the boat owners for the car wash lol.

Did dan get black enough :)
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Posted 27 May 2010 - 05:07 PM

Did dan get black enough :)
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No mate but I got his boy right in the ear for laughing at me so much.

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Posted 27 May 2010 - 05:13 PM

G'day Ian,

I have been using jigs under a float as a back up since posting that question some time ago, and I have also moved to the dark side using baited jigs as a back up as well. (I hate dead baits as a general rule). But I am a sucker for lure fishing of all sorts, it is clean, no smell, and is more 'active' and more involved in my opinion, than just flinging some dead thing over the side and hoping for the best.

Cheers,
nala


Well Nala The biggest cal caught last saturday forgive me if i,m wrong from the info i recieved, was caught by a young fella first time squiding and was using a float with a silver whiting, 53 cm hood i believe., the only reason i say that as some else said 49cm but i,m sure a mrfisho member will clear that up :)

I,ve never really been a keen bait/float cal fisher i too like the jig/float method but i think i might start using the bait/float method when i can get the opportunity to do so while i,m egiing ;)


May as well increase my chances.
cheers M8
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Posted 27 May 2010 - 05:17 PM

No mate but I got his boy right in the ear for laughing at me so much.

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Classic shot paul, i bet he,s told the entire class at school what a great time he had, when you aimed the inker lol :)
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