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#1
Seem as though there's hardly any activity on this site lately, why dont we kick it off with something different? 

Myself and a friend of mine catching some fish recently. 

A ned rig did the work for me and a 10ft crank for him. All 3 were on first casts on different spots
   
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#2
Yeah, let's get this site going again.

Here is my 2.6 kg at Buffeljagsdam. Caught by pitching a fighting frog.

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Nice fish there guys.

I have not been keeping abreast with all the latest tackle developments - what exactly is a 'Ned Rig'?
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(Yesterday, 10:59 AM)Josvanheerden Wrote: Nice fish there guys.

I have not been keeping abreast with all the latest tackle developments - what exactly is a 'Ned Rig'?

Essentially 1/2 a senko on a very light jig head.
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#5
It would be nice to get the site active again but all my queries have just been ignored.
So you tend to just ignore the site and don't feel part of the community that was developed on the old site.
The other thing is I'm guessing most of us don't really know how this forum works.
The more I learn about fishing the more I realise
how much more I have to learn about fishing.
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(Yesterday, 10:59 AM)Josvanheerden Wrote: Nice fish there guys.

I have not been keeping abreast with all the latest tackle developments - what exactly is a 'Ned Rig'?

Like Toadee said... But the worm is a floating worm.
Check out the info here: https://zmanfishing.com/cms/nedrig

Pop it onto a spinning rod and bounce it around on the rocks etc where you'd normally throw a jig type bait.
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#7
Awesome fish guys.

Ive seem some guys even use the bottom half of a senko
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(2 hours ago)andydejager Wrote: Awesome fish guys.

Ive seem some guys even use the bottom half of a senko

Same diffs, except a senko doesn't float. 

The trick with the ned rig is to get it to stand straight up on the bottom of the pond, hence the zman TRD wormy

But yes, half a worm will be better than none at all... as my madam says  Big Grin
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#9
Fish senkos without salt bud.

I caught fish like that on Shak E Heads.
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#10
We had a club outing at Wriggleswade this past weekend.

I only managed 4 fish for the Saturday and 3 on Sunday but managed to land a 2.465 and a 1.645

Lipless crank was on FIRE saturday - so much so that i had to put it in the water to cool it off Tongue


Also managed to lose another decent 2,5kilo fish at the riprap also on a lipless - came out of the water like you see in the US adverts - flared its gills, shook its head, said "this is yours" and spat my lure back at me! Angry

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(12 minutes ago)Kassie Wrote: ... came out of the water like you see in the US adverts - flared its gills, shook its head, said "this is yours" and spat my lure back at me! Angry

Whahahahaaaa... classic description (clap hands emotie thingy)
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