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Sardines Have Been Spotted

Sardines Have Been Spotted

Mike Anderson-Reade of the KZN Sharks Board says sardines Have Been spotted off the south coast. They Were first sighted on Margate Beach and are rumored to be up in Southport too. “This Morning With the wind in the lower south coast, small pockets of sardines arrived at the same time. There are small pockets scattered from just south of Port Shepstone through to the Ramsgate area. “Netter as of a short while ago are…

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Improved Clinch Knot

Improved Clinch Knot

Improved Clinch Knot The improved clinch knot is the most popular knot for attaching hooks, swivels, snaps, lures, flies and sinkers on light line (20lb test or less, click on the photos to enlarge them.)   Step 1. Pass the line through the eye of the hook and wrap the tag end around the standing line five times. Step 2.   Bring the tag end back and pass it through the loop you created above…

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Good shad fishing in Durban

Good shad fishing in Durban

Shad Have Been landed at several spots in Durban over the past week. North All areas up to the Mozambican border extraordinarily well fished Have and Have seen plenty of action. Most of These Have Been catches in the mornings and Have Been feeding on mackerel cutlets and chokka baits. Kosi Bay has had a good run of wave Garrick, bonefish and stumpnose With impressive numbers of pompano moving down as well. Anglers head using…

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Arbor Knot

Arbor Knot

Arbor Knot The arbor knot is the knot you use to tie line and backing onto your reel. It’s very simple. (Click on the photos to enlarge them.)   Step 1. Pass the line around the arbor. Step 2.   Tie an overhand knot in the standing line. Step 3.   Tie another overhand knot in the tag end. Step 4.   Moisten the knots (saliva will do- the lubrication keeps the line from weakening…

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