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    Posted: 16 May 2012 at 9:05pm
easy set long lines call adim on 0211044434
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link isnt working dude
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http:/www.youtube.com/watch?v=ih-eovzc9be
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na still has to process or something along those lines
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i cant get it to work either
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works on my computer try copy and paste or type it into you tube
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Didnt work for me either but after a bit of messing I found this, is this it?

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thats it maybe i need some computer training cheers kens
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Any idea how much the whole setup costs?
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how many times have you hooked your wrist from the hooks while retrieving 
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$399   never hooked my self yet if ya get any big fish on ya can half hitch the back bone over the line gide or do up the clutch  i have set this long line over 200 times testing it and its never falted or ever tangled so easy to use
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cost is $400($399) not bad http://www.trademe.co.nz/sports/fishing/salt-water/other/auction-475188618.htm
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but have you caught anything on it???? LOL

bloody expensive but looks pretty good/durable as well....



go here to read more..http://www.fishing.net.nz/index.cfm/pageid/58/view/yes/editorialID/752
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caught heaps on it video was taken on a day where we only had harbour to set to windy
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if it was me Id add another weight in the centre of the set somewhere


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pretty clever idea. 
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Seen them on trademe   http://www.trademe.co.nz/sports/fishing/salt-water/other/auction-476462077.htm  
looks a good idea, but for $400, no thanks.Also the buoys supplied are too small for my liking to be able to spot easily if i have to hunt them down,and the anchors are too light for the currents i set in,meaning i would have to spend at least anotehr $50 to bring it up to the spec i want.
Looks as though it would be a hassle if there was a lot of weight on the line on retrieval due to the awkward placement of the handle.If there was a shark etc,bye bye to the whole thing?  maybe im wrong.
I have 2 boat and kayak longlines for half that price from Pauls fishing kites and they are awesome. A long line is pretty easy to set out if you do it with the wind and tide.
 
Shows you here in a video just how simple it is to set a normal longline.   http://www.fishing.net.nz/asp_forums/how-to-set-a-longline-from-a-boat_topic59982.html
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Doesnt this thread also belong in This section - http://www.fishing.net.nz/asp_forums/new-products-announcements_forum46.html 
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Are the traces on the backbone fixed and not sliding?

Sometimes heavy weights are better than small grapnel anchors, old house window sash weights are the best.
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