How to use the Pacific destinations forums

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    Posted: 25 Jun 2011 at 9:21pm
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The purpose of the Pacific destinations forums are to provide a place where we can all share travel information for those who might be heading to one of our wonderful pacific island destinations for fishing holiday.  If possible keep each location in the same thread and just add to it. Your post will initially show as pending & be made live once approved by the admin team to enure the threads are concise and informative as possible.
Topics might include:
  • Trip reports
  • Types of fishing in the area, species caught and best times of the year
  • Species info – locations/areas/spots, techniques (Best lures, poppers and stickbaits & how to rig them - wire etc)
  • Local charter and guide services
  • What tackle and techniques for each species – rod/reel/line and terminal tackle to bring.
  • Fishing people can do themselves – landbased etc
  • Travel information and tips, mobile phone options etc e.g: By a local sim card if you're in Vanuatu. Coverage is excellent and it's cheaper than paying NZ$3/min plus your plan charge to Vodafone!
  • Best anchorages
  • Bait and tackle retailers
  • Accommodation options
  • Food and resturants
  • Other activities and attractions
  • Relevant website links
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