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portable fish finder Posted by: Guest - 01-23-2006, 11:51 AM - Forum: Bass Boat Equipment - Replies (3)

have any of you ever used a portable fish finder. as i want to get one but i would like to get an opinion of someone that has used one. :wink:

What rod do you use? Posted by: SoCalBass - 01-20-2006, 01:13 AM - Forum: Rods - Replies (13)


Just want to know what name brand rod do all of you use?
Is it Shimano, Diawa, All Star, Berkley, Bass Pro Shop, Falcon, G-Loomis,
Quantum, Shakespeare, St Croix Avid, Browning, American Rodsmiths and
the list goes on.

Flies that work for bass.... Posted by: Guest - 01-19-2006, 08:59 PM - Forum: Flies - Replies (16)

Hi all

If it is okay with bassmaster, I think it would be nice if we can add some images of our "own creation" flies and advice on how to use them in this forum topic.

Thight lines


General Member Information Posted by: VX70 - 01-18-2006, 09:59 AM - Forum: Introductions - Replies (65)

Lets see that age group we got and some other info.

Im 25, and work as a senior developer for a UK company bassed in SA, Im currntly not a meber of any bassing club but will soon join one.


Is it right? What do you think? Posted by: bassmaster - 01-09-2006, 12:47 PM - Forum: Bass Fishing In General - Replies (6)

Hi Everyone

I think I am about to open a can of worms that I should not, but what the hell lets have some fun!

Ok here is the deal. I have been fishing almost all my life and have targeted fish in many different ways. A couple of moths ago I bought my first Fly Fishing rig and the experience of catching a fish on it for the first time was amazing.

However, as the experience of fly fishing is about the hunt with small imitation fly, most fly anglers think it is totally unacceptable to tie anything else on except flies? I feel that although the hunt is great and fooling a fish with a fly is great this accounts for about 50% of the satisfaction, the other 50% is catching it on a fly rod, the feel is of the fish is amplified through the rod and makes the fight amazing.

So here is what I done or should I say do. Yes I admit it :oops: I have tied on everything from crankbaits to softplastics and even just a piece of bread! My best results have been with soft plastics and although most fly fishermen are going to want to kill me, I find the fight on a fly rod just amazing no matter what you use. I do however, only do this if the fishing is extremely slow.

So there you have it. What do you think? Should I be burned at the stake? Or do you do the same?

Let us know.

Let the games begin!

bass comp in the e/cape Posted by: Guest - 01-05-2006, 08:12 AM - Forum: Rules and Regulations - Replies (1)

my new years resulution is to fish in a bass comp so if any one knows of a come in my area please let me know :roll: thanks

Polarized Sunglasses Posted by: bassmaster - 10-28-2005, 02:16 PM - Forum: Must Haves! - Replies (19)

The only thing I can say is that this is a MUST have! If you don't have a good pair of Polarized lenses do yourself a big favour and get some. I recently got a pair of Wiley X JP-3's and the difference is amazing!! See fish, catch fish!

Zara Spook Posted by: Guest - 10-06-2005, 08:33 AM - Forum: Surface Lures - Replies (15)

Hi all,

I have been fishing surface lures for quite some time. I have fished poppers, dying flutters, buzz baits, tiny torpedos and Zara Spook.

My best results by far is from the Zara Spook. The bigger the better. Fishing it slow with long pauses in between.

My question to you is as follows:

I get most of my hits either before I have moved the spook or as soon as I "walk" it once or twice and then pause, usually on the pause.

I fish structure, so it makes sense, but do you guys get the same reaction when fishing these lures.

Reason for asking is, that is seems a waste of time to carry one "walking" the spook if it wasn't hit near or at the structure.

bass or plain Posted by: Guest - 03-02-2005, 03:15 PM - Forum: Bass Boats - Replies (3)

i have just bought a old speed boat and i am bissy fiberglassing it at the moment.
:roll: my question is if i want to bass fish in it is it that necesary to convert it to a bass boat? or will i still get the same resolts in a normal boat?

bass fishing tours in zim Posted by: Guest - 03-02-2005, 11:40 AM - Forum: Other Areas - Replies (1)

i am very keen to go fishing in zim. but i just cant find any one that is ofering a 7- 10 day trip.
if any one knows about one please let me know

thanks :lol:

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