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  1. #31

    Re: Ausfish Tunny Club.meet and great.

    pretty easily, i swing a rubber monkey off the tent and he jumps up on the roof and swoshes the rod around, drops the fly where i want it then hands me the rod..

    or i just take the tent off...

    Tim

  2. #32

    Re: Ausfish Tunny Club.meet and great.

    maybe i will.. sell a few plastics too hehehe.. dedicate myself to the way of the dark warror.. a fluff chucka.. the force is strong in that one

    Tim

  3. #33

    Re: Ausfish Tunny Club.meet and great.

    "Try not. Do, or do not. There is no try"

    Yoda

  4. #34

    Re: Ausfish Tunny Club.meet and great.

    "Once you start down the Dark Path, forever will it dominate your destiny, consume you it will..."

    Yoda

  5. #35
    Jack_Lives_Here
    Guest

    Re: Ausfish Tunny Club.meet and great.

    I'll be up for it Quinny. We just need some generous people to lend their boats Maybe land based is a good idea??

  6. #36

    Re: Ausfish Tunny Club.meet and great.

    Hi Tim,
    Wait untill you catch longtail tuna on fly you'll be "hooked on fly" forever
    Steve

  7. #37

    Re: Ausfish Tunny Club.meet and great.

    I can picture it, a kayak followed by 3 boogie boards, chasing tuna out the front of Bribie...

    Come on you wand wavers, place your vote on the poll for the meet and greet, the more the merrier....

  8. #38

    Re: Ausfish Tunny Club.meet and great.

    AHHHHHHH Young Dave, Back in Bris.......Was that you who txt me the other day about something caught of the sugerloader????????? and dont tell me you left yaself boatless,,,,, not supposed to sell the old 1 till the new 1s in the garage then you would have had 2 for a while ............Im sure a landbased LT trip would be fairlly futile,,,, still, I just put 480mtrs of backing on my new reel (#10/12) . when Old Florida say large Arbor they mean it.
    Quinny

  9. #39
    Jack_Lives_Here
    Guest

    Re: Ausfish Tunny Club.meet and great.

    Yeh Quinny - first cast got a little schoolie jew off the rocks at the Cardwell marina - not even a look in after that.
    Don't worry - won't be without a boat for long. Going up to see Col on Wednesday. Itching to blood the loomis on a lt but will more than likely need to wait till the new rig comes.

  10. #40
    nat_bromhead
    Guest

    Re: Ausfish Tunny Club.meet and great.

    Hope to be there...let us know the dates....
    Nat
    PS..Heres a piccy of a client with his first tuna, caught there last Wednesday.

    www.###################.com.au

  11. #41

    Re: Ausfish Tunny Club.meet and great.

    Nat,

    It's looking like the 25th, but not enough boats for the moment... [smiley=bigcry.gif]

    Can I book a spot on yours?

    Or at least a tow out for me and my yak

  12. #42
    nat_bromhead
    Guest

    Re: Ausfish Tunny Club.meet and great.

    Yeah...sounds a plan, no towing though.


  13. #43
    shawn
    Guest

    Re: Ausfish Tunny Club.meet and great.

    Quote Originally Posted by duckbill

    Or at least a tow out for me and my yak
    If you go out in your Yak, you might even get to meet this guy.

    We will be there, fishing out of a 5.2 Southwind.

  14. #44

    Re: Ausfish Tunny Club.meet and great.

    Any fly patterns to suggest to go after jaws? Seal tied on a 50/0 hook? Surfer tied on a tandem 40/0 rig?


  15. #45
    shawn
    Guest

    Re: Ausfish Tunny Club.meet and great.

    Quote Originally Posted by duckbill
    Any fly patterns to suggest to go after jaws? Seal tied on a 50/0 hook? Surfer tied on a tandem 40/0 rig?


    What about a Yak towed behind a Galeforce, leaving a brown burley trail.

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