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  1. Im gonna be in South Africa for a work presentation in early December and have the opportunity to go to Capetown on the tail end. I want to do some fishing while there and I have read that summer Cape Yellowtail (Amberjack?) are available to go after on light tackle and maybe even from the shore cliffs at Cape Point. Anybody have experience on what techniques are good? I assume they are just a colder water Amberjack right?
  2. I just ordered the new Horus latest 2017 colors and have a couple of extra ones.These jigs are great and not easy to get (made in Egypt).4 colors left 200G17$ eachOr62$ for all 4accepting trades for stickbait and popper suitable for hots gipgang 78 mh (120g max)all prices are plus shipping.
  3. Hi, I was wandering what is the largest fish I could catch on my setup, I'm thinking about what weight- bluefin, yellowfin, amberjacks and similar fish. My Setup: Major craft Solpara SPS962MH - 20-60g Shore Jigging Medium Heavy Okuma Azores Z-55s- 29lb Max Drag (set to 6lb), it fits about 600m of line mentioned below Daiwa J-Braid 8x 20lb I'm especially curious about the bluefin and yellowfin tuna.
  4. Hi, I just bought a new rod- Major craft solpara SPS-962MH (20-50g). And I need a new reel which would be used for shore jigging of bonito, small tuna and amberjacks. I would put 20lb Pe braid on the reel. So far I've found 4 competitors: Shimano Exage 4000FD, oKuma Ceymar 55, oKuma Azores 55s and Sakura Silver Code 4005. The oKuma Azores is a bit higher in price than the exage and sakura, but is it worth it ? Which one of these is the best bang for the buck? http://www.sakura-fishing.com/moulinet/spinning-silver-code-fd/ Silver Code Gear ratio 5:1 Retrieve rate: 74cm Drag: 5kg Bearings: 4+1 Weight: 305g Price: €70 http://www.okumafishing.com/product/view/reels/spinning-1/azores Azores Gear ratio 5.8:1 Retrieve rate: 99cm Drag: 13kg Bearings: 6+1 Weight: 526g Price: €89 http://fish.shimano-eu.com/content/eu/en/Home/products0/reels/spinning/exage-fd.html Exage Gear ratio: 5.2:1 Retrieve rate: 82cm Drag: 7kg Bearings: 4+1 Weight: 320g Price: €71 http://www.okumafishing.com/product/view/ceymar-spinning-reel Ceymar Gear ratio: 4.5:1 Retrieve rate: 76cm Drag: 8kg Bearings: 7+1 Weight: 392g Price: €53 @Alonsh87
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