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Hey guys!

I hit the georges sunday morning for a few hours to try out some of my new blade colours and to get some practice with my recently fitted electric bow mount motor

I mainly fished the pylons of Alfreds point bridge with both plastics and blades with small skips off the bottom and decent pauses in between, this type of fishing is new to me but i persisted and it payed off, in the 4 hours i would of landed 15-20 bream 1 lonely ep and a couple of bust offs and droped fish with no great size most between 23-27cm and the biggest being 32cm :biggrin2:

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Other than the wind and rain it wasnt a bad session and thanks to the guy in the car park with the kyak who saved my ass by having jumper leeds :thumbup: that will learn me for leaving my lights on

cheers

Pete

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very nice litttle session on the bream! :thumbup:

was it the vibes or the plastics that did most of the damage?

welll done matee!

Dan

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Great session! I've got to persist with the blades, when ever I hear the words 'blade' and 'bottom' in the same sentence I shudder, I have lost so many to the rocky sea beds its not funny.

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very nice litttle session on the bream! :thumbup:

was it the vibes or the plastics that did most of the damage?

welll done matee!

Dan

Mate i was mainly using the blades that day.

I basically have 3 rods set up normaly, 1 with a blade the other 2 with plastics 1/12 and 1/16 weights so i can change to the conditions or chuck another out if i get busted off but this time i had 2 with blades and 1 set up for plastics so i was just randomly swapping

All those bream look good, and those blades look better every time!

Cheers mate! Im working on the colours you mentioned hopefully i can get them close :biggrin2:

Congrats on a great little session christening the electric :thumbup: No doubt the results would have been quite different without it!

Cheers,

Cam

The electric defently opens up way more options but now i have to think too much lol :thumbup:

Great session! I've got to persist with the blades, when ever I hear the words 'blade' and 'bottom' in the same sentence I shudder, I have lost so many to the rocky sea beds its not funny.

The blades only cost me a couple of bucks to make including hooks and stuff so i dont mind loosing a few, but i still get pissed cause of the time i spend making them :mad3:

Thanks guys!

pete

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I dont know how you guys catch fish with them things, I have tried and tried and so

far have only managed to hook a trev. :(

I have returned back to bait fishing, at least I get a few fish this way :biggrin2:

cheers

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Wow! you made those blades, fantastic, the one in the second pic looks just like one I bought except on closer inspection mine only has 3 holes in it.

Great effort!

Thanks mate :biggrin2:

I had 4 holes to trial them to see what ones work best, ill most probably remove the front hole as that has the least action but it good for real quick whips of the rod

I dont know how you guys catch fish with them things, I have tried and tried and so

far have only managed to hook a trev. :(

I have returned back to bait fishing, at least I get a few fish this way :biggrin2:

cheers

Mate keep trying and persist with lures and you will never go back to the dark side of bait fishing :thumbup: also go light too and have more fun at the same time!

Nice work mate! Thanks for giving the tip about how you worked the blade, I'll try that next time I'm out on the water. I've also got the same coloured blade in a lighter weight version.

Mine are pretty light mate no lead in them :biggrin2:

The style of retrieve can change from day to day but the way way i did it gives the fish time to see the lure and decide if they want to eat it or not

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