Marlin Tournament 2014

Re: Marlin Tournament 2014

Postby Machann » Sat Dec 28, 2013 1:23 pm

Ek dog ons gaan rampala gebruik maar sien party mense is bietjie bang en soek groter bote. Spesiaal Kaap toe getrek vir dit...

Grote-koning, het jy al iemand gekry? Laat weet maar as jy nog iemand soek. Ek nie pro nie, maar het al so bietjie marlein gevang van Struis af saam met oom Valie, op Sodwana ook uit gewees en drie keer in kenia bill fish gevang.

Praat maar ook as jy bietjie meer wil weet van vang van Struis af.

Groete
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Re: Marlin Tournament 2014

Postby rampala » Sat Dec 28, 2013 10:43 pm

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ek kan machann aanbeveel.goeie gielie en wye ondervinding.moenie dat sy nederigheid jou bluf nie.sy pa skryf die indiepte artikels in ski boat Hy ken struisbaai en arniston se waters goed .Hyself is een van die arniston cowboys.ek hoop net nie sy paar jaar in die Transvaal het hom sy slag laat verloor nie . maar sover ek weet moet hy n pienkvoetjie in febr vang.lyk my ou soek wegkom
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Re: Marlin Tournament 2014

Postby Grote-Koning » Mon Dec 30, 2013 8:25 am

Thx julle.
Miskien sal ek wel deelneem in die comp.
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Re: Marlin Tournament 2014

Postby Supercat » Mon Dec 30, 2013 9:02 am

I have entered the Marlin Comp in Struisbaai. Does anyone know where i can buy some outriggers for a Supercat 620 I have the mountings , just need poles and rigging.
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Re: Marlin Tournament 2014

Postby Machann » Mon Dec 30, 2013 9:25 am

Supercat,

Phone Purglass for poles or ask them for two 7/350 rod blanks. You want the outriggers as stuff as possible. Then you have two choices on how you want your riggers to be rigged, The rest you will be able to buy from a shop to build your own.

Send me a PM if you require some help.

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Re: Marlin Tournament 2014

Postby Supercat » Mon Dec 30, 2013 5:24 pm

Thanks Machann Will certainly let you know how i go with rigging.
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Re: Marlin Tournament 2014

Postby Dorado » Mon Dec 30, 2013 8:45 pm

Supercat wrote:Thanks Machann Will certainly let you know how i go with rigging.



There are for sale on Sealine, don't know if they are long enough for what you want though:
http://www.sealine.co.za/view_topic.php ... rum_id=116
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Re: Marlin Tournament 2014

Postby backline » Tue Dec 31, 2013 5:51 pm

IF I am not mistaken , the winning boat last year ran the lines straight off the trolling bar. If you don,t have riggers set your corner rods fairly short in the blue water (15m) and the center rod(s) long (30m) where the wake clears.
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Re: Marlin Tournament 2014

Postby Supercat » Tue Dec 31, 2013 8:11 pm

Taking notes Thanks Backline This is going to be our first marlin comp Guys are very amped.
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Re: Marlin Tournament 2014

Postby backline » Tue Dec 31, 2013 9:37 pm

I got 3 big stripeys up to 100 kg last march on 6 inch pink "softie" konas with a strip of yellowtail bellyshine trolled slightly slower ie 6 kn as against 8-9 kn normal speed for konas. I dont know whether you should use birds or not, but I did find many hookups were often lost when marlin tailwalk, i think the bird acts as a fulcrum when the fish go into acrobatic headshakes. Some boats swear by them so it's a personal preference, A favorite area of mine is the SE and SW 100 m drop-off on the outside of the twelve. The other is the SW corner of the Alphards. Hope that helps.
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