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Lures, plugs, spinners, spoons & crankbaits

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Lures, plugs, spinners, spoons & crankbaits

Beitragvon GonnaCatchSumBonito » Mo Nov 27, 2006 20:46

Sorry to keep boring everyone with fishing questions but I really want to come to Mauritius fully prepared and be covered for any eventuallity.

For the more experieced angler:-

Which lures, spinners or spoons work best or would you recommend?
I will buy various Rapala lures to bring with me.

What weight of line wud b bet suited for fishing from the shore and in lagoons?

ud has very kindly suggested that I use squid and prawns as a hook bait, is there any other type of bait the works well?

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Re: Lures, plugs, spinners, spoons & crankbaits

Beitragvon axel » Di Nov 28, 2006 14:47

GonnaCatchSumBonito hat geschrieben:Sorry to keep boring everyone with fishing questions but I really want to come to Mauritius fully prepared and be covered for any eventuallity.

For the more experieced angler:-

Which lures, spinners or spoons work best or would you recommend?
I will buy various Rapala lures to bring with me.

What weight of line wud b bet suited for fishing from the shore and in lagoons?

ud has very kindly suggested that I use squid and prawns as a hook bait, is there any other type of bait the works well?


Sorry man, have no idea about fishing but wanted to make clear that this forum has space for everything concerning Mauritius. Therfore you have full right to ask all your questions, no need to excuse :-)

Good luck!
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Beitragvon ud » Di Nov 28, 2006 16:17

Ohh My God!!!!

GonnaCatchSumBonito you don't have to worry about all this Jeez....

Don't stress your life bringing and planning everything related to Fishing.

Just come to Mauritius with the basic kit coz u might frighten them with all

ure angling gear, something completely new to them LOL!!!!

Our fish are stupid so no worries. Use the 10-30lb lines(not for the fish but

in case it gets stucked into corals, so a strong pull will free the line without

you having to break it and fit new stuff at the end)

So chill out, relax, keep cool, and stop worrying. The only worry u'll get is

when u'll have to leave Mauritius and head back to UK.


BTW Manchester United is coming here to play BORO, will definitely be

going on december 2nd or 4th if i remember.


regards

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Beitragvon GonnaCatchSumBonito » Mi Nov 29, 2006 14:58

Axel: Thanx mate no worries.

Ud: I understand wot ur saying but, a big part of the enjoyment of fishing for me is the planning and researching the water I will be fishing. Like making sure I have the right kit for the species Im likely to catch and what tactics to use at different times of year.

I make it a point to take the least amount kit I can get away with wen I go fishing so to be able to move from location to location with minimum effort and disturbance.

ud BORO r in trouble my friend cause UTD are playin awesome!

Cheers
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