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  1. #76

    Re: Technical approach to barra fishing.

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  3. #78

    Re: Technical approach to barra fishing.

    A cat fish can detect a signiture from a guppy that has pasted 50seconds early and track it down to eat it so were dose colour come into things in that situation ,that's a quote from Saltwater flyfishing mag science articile US issue, forget the year but have the mag ,so colour dose not matter when a fish has the ability to pick up on vibes from what has moved passed weither it be lateral line or whiskers.

    Question why dosen't Bomber lures make a orange and Red lures then, they made there name here on metalic gold in dirty water which you don't mention only orange and red.

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    Re: Technical approach to barra fishing.

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  6. #81

    Re: Technical approach to barra fishing.

    Righto Ronnie, lets test the system.

    Barra opener is a week away. The Fitzroy is currently filthy with water hyacinth everywhere having washed down from the freshwater reaches. We'll be three days after the moon with the low at Port Alma at 18:09, or about 20:33 at the barrage. Alternatively, if weíre stuck at work and have to wait until Saturday, weíll be on the neaps with low at Port Alma at 11:22, or at the barrage at 13:31.

    Letís say Iím an average punter with a small tinny, an electric and a reasonable side scan sonar. Iíve got a mix of hard bodies, vibes and soft plastics and a cast net.

    So, where do I go, and what do I do?

    Cheers
    Craig

  7. #82

    Re: Technical approach to barra fishing.

    Quote Originally Posted by CT View Post
    Righto Ronnie, lets test the system.

    Barra opener is a week away. The Fitzroy is currently filthy with water hyacinth everywhere having washed down from the freshwater reaches. We'll be three days after the moon with the low at Port Alma at 18:09, or about 20:33 at the barrage. Alternatively, if weíre stuck at work and have to wait until Saturday, weíll be on the neaps with low at Port Alma at 11:22, or at the barrage at 13:31.

    Letís say Iím an average punter with a small tinny, an electric and a reasonable side scan sonar. Iíve got a mix of hard bodies, vibes and soft plastics and a cast net.

    So, where do I go, and what do I do?

    Cheers
    Craig
    Poo Brown Nilsmaster Spearhead. Cast into any body of water.

    Here endth the lesson

    Matt

  8. #83

    Re: Technical approach to barra fishing.

    I thought you just followed the X.

  9. #84

    Re: Technical approach to barra fishing.

    Quote Originally Posted by shortthenlong View Post
    Poo Brown Nilsmaster Spearhead. Cast into any body of water.

    Here endth the lesson

    Matt
    Now hang on a minute. I remember one trip where the poo brown spearhead had a barra leap out of the water boatside to have a crack. Doesn't this suggest that I don't need water much less to actually cast the lure??

  10. #85

    Re: Technical approach to barra fishing.

    Quote Originally Posted by CT View Post
    Now hang on a minute. I remember one trip where the poo brown spearhead had a barra leap out of the water boatside to have a crack. Doesn't this suggest that I don't need water much less to actually cast the lure??
    That particular fish hadn't read the thesis or extra powerful lateral lines. Isn't always going to be the case so probably best to at least be near water.

    Matt

  11. #86

    Re: Technical approach to barra fishing.

    Did all the content just get deleted out of this thread? I'm sure it was there yesterday when I posted about putting a plan together for barra opener in a weeks time?

  12. #87

    Re: Technical approach to barra fishing.

    Quote Originally Posted by CT View Post
    Did all the content just get deleted out of this thread? I'm sure it was there yesterday when I posted about putting a plan together for barra opener in a weeks time?
    Nothings changed by the sounds of it, can't handle a little bit of criticism.

  13. #88

    Re: Technical approach to barra fishing.

    now what am i going to read old Steve Starling fishing world mags about floating around the fitzroy in a blow up tube thanks guys.

  14. #89

    Re: Technical approach to barra fishing.

    Quote Originally Posted by chris69 View Post
    now what am i going to read old Steve Starling fishing world mags about floating around the fitzroy in a blow up tube thanks guys.
    Iím gunna have to throw herring under the wharf again on my hand line again bugger all the technical crap ,throw it in and hang on
    A bad days fishing has got to be better than any day at work......


  15. #90

    Re: Technical approach to barra fishing.

    Quote Originally Posted by bluefin59 View Post
    Iím gunna have to throw herring under the wharf again on my hand line again bugger all the technical crap ,throw it in and hang on

    Iím almost ready
    A bad days fishing has got to be better than any day at work......


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