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Nice work! 40m! wow.
conditions look a bit rugged! Wink
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Not a bad way to catch a first
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Bet shes hooked now. Nice PukaThumbs Up

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40m!! Bloody hell!!
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Marcus Viderberg good customer of ours from Sweden wanted to share this.... he used a Razar 450 custom spin we made for him with the intension of jigging a big Dogtooth on a recent trip to Tanzania.... don't know the exact weight but it was big considering Marcus is 6ft  plus . There is a video link of his trip as as well. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g-haSBNJI4c

 
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wow big fish right there ****e thats impressive.
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Finally a good trip!!

Rod: Monster Mesh 200g-400g Spin
Reel: Daiwa Dogfight
Braid: 113lb dyneema
Jig: Fluoro Pink Knife
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41kg kingfish from the Three Kings, March 2014.
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42kg kingfish from the Three Kings, March 2014.
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44kg kingfish from the Three Kings, March 2014.
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Originally posted by snowman86 snowman86 wrote:



26kg kingfish caught off gisborne
100g synit kaha rod

accurate bx400xn reel

Hey Snowy pretty sure I recognise that sexy setup
Tight lines
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Whats going on all!

First time poster from West Aus. Recently moved to Taranaki and i am well into my jigging, whether it is demersal (slow pitch style) or fast pitch for sambos/kings/ambers....

Thought i would throw up a few photos of some recent stuff in WA.
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RIG: Shimano Stella 4000 - ROD TBA - PE 2 Braid
Jig: Lambel Bait - FLAT - 160 g Silver
Species: West Australian Dhufish
Depth: 60m
Weight: 15.2 kg Gilled and Gutted
Location: Perth WA
Fight time: 15 mins
Boat:  Black Pearl
 


ANGLER: me
RIG: Shimano Stella 4000 - ROD TBA - PE 2 Braid
Jig: Lambel Bait - FLAT - 160 g Silver
Species: West Australian Dhufish
Depth: 62m
Weight: 11.5 kg
Location: Perth WA
Fight time: 10 mins
Boat:  Black Pearl



ANGLER: me
RIG: Shimano Stella 4000 - ROD TBA- PE 2 Braid
Jig: Lambel Bait - FLAT - 160 g Silver
Species: West Australian Dhufish
Depth: 62m
Weight: 10.1 kg 
Location: Perth WA
Fight time: 10 mins
Boat:  Black Pearl



ANGLER: me
RIG: Shimano Stella 4000 - Europro PE2 - PE 2 Braid
Jig: Lambel Bait - Kapachi - 120 g
Species: West Australian Dhufish
Depth: 60m
Weight: 7 kg 
Location: Perth WA
Fight time: 10 mins
Boat:  Black Pearl



ANGLER: me
RIG: Shimano Stella 8000 - Monster Mesh PE3 - PE 3 Braid
Jig: Shout - Shab Shab - 120 g - Blue/pink/silver
Species: Coronation Trout
Depth: 22m
Weight: 5.5 kg
Location: Exmouth WA
Fight time:  under 5 mins
Boat:  Black Pearl



ANGLER: me
RIG: Shimano Stella 8000 - Monster Mesh PE3 - PE 3 Braid
Jig: Diawa Pirate 160 g - Silver Blue
Species: Coral Trout
Depth: 28m
Weight: 4.8 kg gilled and gutted
Location: Exmouth WA
Fight time: 5 mins
Boat:  Black Pearl


ANGLER: me
RIG: Shimano Stella 8000 - Monster Mesh PE3 - PE 3 Braid
Jig: Shout - shab shab - 120 grams silver blue
Species: Coral Trout
Depth: 28m
Weight: 7.2 kg 
Location: Exmouth WA
Fight time: 5 mins
Boat:  Black Pearl



ANGLER: me
RIG: Shimano Stella 4000 - PE 2 Braid 
Jig: Lambel Bait - F2 - 90 grams - Silver/pink
Species: Samson Fish
Depth: 42m
Weight: Estimated weight 32 kg
Location: Perth WA
Fight time: 45 mins
Boat:  Black Pearl



ANGLER: A friend - my boats PB dhu on jig
RIG: JM Ocean Devil PE 2 Magic Eye Torque 582C Rod PE 2 Line Class
Jig: Lambel - Half pitch - Black red and white
Species: Dhufish
Depth: 65m
Weight: 16 kg +
Location: Perth WA
Fight time: 15 mins
Boat:  Black Pearl



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Some nice fish there Metal Mayhem, 

Are those Samson Fish dirty fighters? I just know a kingie of that size in 42m with PE2 would usually end in tears Cry. Some solid fish and good to see other species being posted up. 
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Hey Jono,


yerh mate, was lucky to land that fish, sambos can be dirty as. plenty of fish that size i have been bricked numerous times, just lucky to have landed this one.

I have got plenty more photos of different species on jis or plastics!


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Are those Dhufish like pearl perch?
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Nice fish Metal Mayhem, good to see another slow pitch jigger on the forums.Thumbs Up nice dhufish and horse samson, well done on the silly string
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Some damn fine fish there are they all eaten? and I hear those Coral Trout taste like CrayfishCool
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lads,

ill answer as in order!

Dhufish is different to a peal perch...look similar but only found on the west aus coast between albany and kalbarri.

Dhufish is delicious to eat! though we do tend to release a few. one 10-15 kg fish is enough for a few fillets each.

the coronation and coral trouts are my favourite more northern species to eat.

favourite eating fish from the west is the boldchin groper

Sambos = yuck we always just release them....
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What spin rod was paired to the stella 4000 Metalmayhem?
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