Gippsland Plastics

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Gippsland Plastics

Postby Hammy Y » Thu Sep 14, 2017 6:23 pm

I hath returned (if you remember me)

Hey guys,

Off to Metung in the 23rd of September and saw BCF was having a sale so I went and picked up some plastics (something I've never tried down there) for the trip.
Headed off to BCF as they've got a sale on at the moment, with 3 Zmans for $27. Grabbed a pack of Slim Swimz in Mood ring, a pack of Curly Tailz in Baby bass and some Streakz in Motor Oil. I've heard good thing about Zmans and these colours and types specifically from FishingWithTimmyTurtle (check him out on YouTube a great aussie guy from the north) and I'm keen to try em out.

Open to ideas and feedback.
Cheers,
Ham



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Re: Gippsland Plastics

Postby IFISHALOT » Thu Sep 14, 2017 8:12 pm

Vic Bream comp on at Metung that weekend mate.
So there will be around 60 Bream boats fishing there on that weekend.
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Re: Gippsland Plastics

Postby Nathan_867 » Thu Sep 14, 2017 10:13 pm

Iam a timmy turtle fan. I never fished soft plastics till now due to watching his video's. Especially the recent lure challenge :)

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Re: Gippsland Plastics

Postby eddyt » Thu Sep 14, 2017 11:34 pm

Work them really slow for bream. By really slow i mean just dead stick them on the bottom and jiggle the rod a bit. Metal blades and micro vibes are the go when its cold and the bigger models are holding deep.

Light jig heads and 2-3 lifts if you're after trevs and tailor.

Haven't done great on plastics vs bream at metung, but hope you get onto a few

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Re: Gippsland Plastics

Postby Hammy Y » Sat Sep 16, 2017 11:25 pm

IFISHALOT wrote:Vic Bream comp on at Metung that weekend mate.
So there will be around 60 Bream boats fishing there on that weekend.


Thanks for the heads up mate I'm down there from the sunday-next Sunday so should hopefully find some time for myself

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Re: Gippsland Plastics

Postby Jarvi2001 » Sun Sep 17, 2017 8:14 am

Metung has been good for bream recently, try flick then under jettys and try a get a reaction bite (the fish don't think they just bite)



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