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Thinking outside the box

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There eventually comes a time and it's quite possible for one angler to have thrown everything but the kitchen sink at those little green fish. If you search, there are many plastics available of creatures we may not have thought of yet:

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BIG FISH EAT LITTLE FISH....
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#2
Yip, great idea. Many of our dams do have terrapins in them.
The Marsh Terrapin (Pelomedusa subrufa) is widely spread throughout Southern Africa and is found in suitable water bodies except the Northern Cape and Namibia.
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#3
Interesting . . . . what next?
Funny thing - I'm still waiting for Marmaduke to post something about the big turtle he hooked in Pietmans dam on Saturday.
RR - what about the x135 transducer?
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#4
I actually caught one of these "wotter turtills" a year or two ago at Kwaggas on a swimbait.
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Robert Jacobs
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#5
Caught my PB terrapin on Saturday. Little finesse worm on a circle hook. Had a tough time getting the hook out of the corner of his mouth. He was released unharmed but angry.
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#6
Saw a range of turtle lures online at a US tackle store. Crazy stuff!
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