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|Posted on January 30, 2014 at 4:56 AM||comments (262)|
Been a while since I posted some info up here so thought i better get organised and get some info onto my site.
I can now offer any of my leaders with a snap clip. My stock lines will be the 45 and 55 lb mono leaders with clip but any of the leaders can be fitted with clips on demand. Im fitting 80 lb Shogun coast lock snap clips to my leaders. These clips are light enough to allow even the lightest of lures both hard bodies and rubbers to swim correctly, however they are tough enough to take the treatment that a big barra will hand out. Simply message me to arrange to have the clips fitted to any of my leaders you wish to order. They save you the hassle of tying knots and allow you to quickly change lures without cutting the leader back - obviously I recommend you keep an eye on the leader and re tie it should the leader become frayed when you do snag that good fish. The clips are tied using a perfection loop to allow your lures to swim free and work to their hearts content.
I also have bumper stickers in stock now so I am supplying all orders of 10 leaders with a free bumper sticker till i decide to start to charge for them so jump on board and get your leaders now for the upcoming barra season - with all this rain around in the Top End and a cyclone coming ashore in QLD it is shaping up to be a bumper year all round.
Don't forget to email me your fishing pics to [email protected] with a short story on your capture - Ill post it up here and on my FB page and will give you a discount on your next order.
|Posted on June 19, 2013 at 11:06 PM||comments (79)|
|Posted on June 19, 2013 at 6:24 PM||comments (39)|
Jason Stammer contacted me and had us manufacture some special 80 lb x 12 metre leaders for him to use for jigging. the leaders worked really well as evidenced by the great pics that Jason sent in - Jason writes -
"I have included a photo of a sounder reading which shows the typical ground we were fishing on. As you can see the reef rises and falls 10 metres, hence this is why I wanted the extra length of 12 metres on the mono leader to keep the braid off the reef.
The guys I fished with were using 6 metre leaders and I am sure they will source extra long ones from you when we go back same time next year. So let me know if you change your contact details for any reason as we will want quite a few made up.
I will send some other emails with photos of what we landed, happy for you to use them and to write up a testimony if this helps you with your business.
We landed some good fish on your leaders, but take special note of the shark. Even more impressive was the fact that the rod snapped half way through the fight but your leader didn’t.
|Posted on July 26, 2012 at 8:33 AM||comments (50)|
|Posted on February 20, 2012 at 6:25 AM||comments (57)|
Townsville fisho Mick reports catching a 112cm barra using a 30 lb Shane Doevy Wind - awesome Mick - send in the pics for a discount on the next purchase mate
|Posted on December 11, 2011 at 1:36 AM||comments (3105)|
|Posted on October 14, 2011 at 2:08 AM||comments (38)|
First time wind on user - Psul in NQ writes -
|Posted on October 8, 2011 at 6:36 AM||comments (49)|
I was recently contacted by Charles Armstrong enquiring about my leaders and a non fishing use. Charles races model yachts and was looking for a product to restore his yachts. After some correspodence I sent some samples to Charles and he was over the moon.
Like I said a bit out of left field and not a fishng post but another happy customer.
|Posted on July 30, 2011 at 4:22 AM||comments (46)|
With every man and his dog heading for 4 Mile hole and needing to get a bloke his first barra I made the call for some quiet time at Shady Fresh - awoke this morning to a pea souper fog which hung around till we got past Bark Hut making driving interesting. Nearly skittled mumma pig and several littleys as we exited the Mary River Bridge but the brakes pulled us up in time to watch them toddle off on there way - where the bl..dy rifle when ya need it. Rest of the trip in was uneventful and found only one car in the park on the fresh side - mmm maybe no fish biting here.
Trolled the bottom rock bar for jack and then headed up to the little creek that had produced a couple of weeks back and it didnt let me down - rats were coming over the side thick and fast and after a while Daryl my guest from Streaky Bay landed his first barra - in fact for a while there he snagged more than me as I was buggering around with different lures etc - we would ahve landed in excess of 30 barra - none worth keeping but good fun none the less - had a chat with Mickey from Spring Tide and he was doing it tough as well. Move to the top rock bar and dropped a good fish which would have been the best for the day but it wasnt to be - then we went right up the top and Daryl landed a nice saratoga and then we called it quits - a nice way to spend a day. No world record beaters but good numbers to keep me interested. All fish were caught on 40 lb wind on leaders which performed really well and allowed an excellent action in the soft plastics we were casting. I only caught one fish all day on a hard body reidys lure. Road is good - lots of cars on the way in when we were heading home so other areas may have been a bit quiet too.
|Posted on July 14, 2011 at 5:08 AM||comments (45)|
Heres some feedback I received today -
"Thanks for the correspondence, I’m finding your leaders to be strong, reliable and just good quality to use, down here in our Southern seas we I am sing them for trolling for tuna, attached to both diving lures and skirted lures and they perform nicely. They also bring good results when bottom bouncing for shark, I was losing a lot of School Shark due to them rubbing through shorter leaders or main line when they wrapped their sandpaper like skin around the line. Your leaders resist the abrasion better and as a result we boat more shark when using them and rarely lose a rig, knot or fish."
Regards - Phil