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Post by chris on Sat 30 May - 12:46

hi lads does anyone no,if you can catch your own squid from the rocks or seaweed beds,when i live in austrailia,i caught them all the time on squid jigs.but havent tried hear.

and also ive been trying everything to catch lance,ive had no look every time,ive used shrimp rigs,hokis,feaders.and no look,all around the rocks.any tips.

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Re: question squid

Post by bob o neill on Sat 30 May - 13:04

well chris the launce are about, got 2 thursday
the shrimp rigs usually work,
other rigs are mustad bait catcher rigs j o brien has them
if you look on the internet for sabiki rigs they do the job aswell
hiro make them too
I usually use just enough weight to get it out
fish the rig up in the water with a slow retrieve

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Post by chris on Sat 30 May - 13:10

i,ll try that and see how i get on bod.cheers

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Post by Admin on Sat 30 May - 13:14

chris wrote:hi lads does anyone no,if you can catch your own squid from the rocks or seaweed beds,when i live in austrailia,i caught them all the time on squid jigs.but havent tried hear.

and also ive been trying everything to catch lance,ive had no look every time,ive used shrimp rigs,hokis,feaders.and no look,all around the rocks.any tips.

You get them out of the boat close to the rocks at the back of the metal man
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Re: question squid

Post by chris on Sat 30 May - 13:20

thanks for that i,ll give it a go.when i get the boat out.

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Re: question squid

Post by barry on Sat 30 May - 15:09

never herd of squid but we get octapus and cuttlefish from tine to time in the boats over the reefs but out a bit never herd of off the rocks.
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Post by coaster on Sun 7 Jun - 20:12

hi Chris.....
Why do you want to catch them mate?

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Re: question squid

Post by chris on Mon 8 Jun - 17:05

hi coaster fresh squid is good to eat.

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Re: question squid

Post by gerrywalsh on Thu 11 Jun - 10:23

One of the lads from work was out diving at Guillamene last night and said he saw them out there chris
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Re: question squid

Post by chris on Thu 11 Jun - 19:07

cheers ger i,ll give it a try

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