Initial forays into the world of using soft plastics for smaller targets needn't be overcomplicated, full of fancy gear, jargon and smoke and mirrors, as in essence it's mostly a straightforward and highly efficient way to fish
MODERN technology has undoubtedly offered the angling scene its fair share of innovations capable of improving success rates for certain target species. And whilst it’s fantastic to have this type of information and equipment available at our fingertips, sometimes these advancements can pose more of a headache than a blessing, particularly for the more novice fisho looking to broaden his or her horizons.
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In this video I do a bit of maintenance on the jockey wheels from our boat trailers. They have been corroding and becoming hard to turn. I dissassemble them and grease them completely in the hope that the salt water won't seize them as badly.
This video shows how to change the wheel bearings on a boat trailer. This includes removing the wheel, the brakes and then the original races. We then go through how to install the new races and pack the new bearings with grease before putting it all back together. If you have a wobble in your trailer wheels, this is definitely the job you need to be doing.
IT'S truly a golden time to be a keen recreational angler if you live in the vicinity of Lake Macquarie on the NSW Central Coast. The picturesque waterway, which is Australia’s largest coastal lake, was zoned a Recreational Fishing Haven in May 2002 and with the removal of commercial netting operations has now enjoyed more than 15 years of continually improving recreational fishing opportunities.
Are you confused with what the model size numbers mean? - There are so many sizes when it comes to spinning reels and because of this it can often be a little difficult to comprehend what the sizes mean and how to interpret which reel size will be the best fishing reel to purchase for your angling requirements.
The movement of sand along the coast and sediment from catchments creates bars at the coastal entrances to rivers and lakes. The dynamic forces of wave action and water movement constantly change the shape, depth and channels on the bar.