fenton patches trip

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Re: fenton patches trip

Post by pelletouse » Tue Sep 11, 2018 11:15 pm

sorry for the late reply, i completely forgot to come on the forum.
NT Wombat thanks a lot for the precious advice, I'll have to put in practice all this.
Can't wait to get one of this beast and taste it too.

NT Wombat wrote:A big Jewie is a very powerful fish, it would pull that nice Mackerel you got at Lee point backwards, albeit at a much slower pace. Make sure you have good quality gear that can handle a big fish.
And about the good quality gear I have a saragossa 6000, a spinfisher 7500 and 9000 with strong heavy road, is that strong enough?

Anyway I think soon I'll look to go fishing with an experimented local fisherman, if I can manage to find someone who want to spend time with me and show me around.
cheers



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Re: fenton patches trip

Post by NT Wombat » Wed Sep 12, 2018 7:35 am

I use a saragossa 6000 a bit, and you are a bit at the mercy of where the fish goes, a big jewie that wants to get back into a wreck will. That said I caught my PB of 132cm on my Saragossa. The big spinfisher would be perfect for the wrecks where you need to stop them quicker than on natural reef. I'm a bit tied up for about the next month, if no one else has taken you out by then I'll take you out for a look.

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