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  1. Lukehone89

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    Hi I'm new to the game just seeing if anyone knows any good spot on any lake
     
  2. iiFuRiiOuSs F81

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    Trial and error my friend, but if you want tips on tackle etc
     
  3. Lukehone89

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    Yeah mate what is the best bait
     
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    Size 6 hook and pop up bolies seem to work well mate
     
  6. Master110

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    I normally walk around the lake looking for the splashing. That is the best place to start.
     
  7. NewfieDrool

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    I've found a nice spot on St Johns where it I don't have any issues with the fish in land and done well from that swim.
    I've also found a small patch of rock on Presa where I've had the Puma 3 times in all and 2 off them was in one session. They do find the land and evolve in this swim but it's been pretty lucky for me so far.
     
  8. Master110

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    All I seem to catch on that lake is small fish even on size 6 hook.
     
  9. NewfieDrool

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    Which lake?
    Both seem pretty good but I do like the swim on St Johns lake as it does no suffer with fish climbing onto the bank.
     
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    St johns lake. My apologies I was mean't to quote the post above.
     
  11. ManLikeDizzzy

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    Size 4 blowback rig, 20mm tiger nuts sink and go to top right post on persa and cast way down the little stream to your left. I caught cheetah 100lb and Leo twice 80lb in a 1hr session from that spot, worth a try
     
  12. Quinn Hunter

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    I just wanna know why I can't Catch any Cat fish other than the Mowgally in Spain even when I go to the Far East peg I've still to this day only caught El Loro the Carp down here and that was on accident lol. Hunting for big cats is so frustrating I've literally been at it for two days now and have Caught Mow and on St Johns I've caught brown Cat and Snake that's it and it's getting in my nerves I have literally put in a six hour day today alone.
     
  13. ian

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    try fishing at night tiger nuts are good
    try different time setting night early hours tiger nuts are good its the time setting make a big difference
     

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