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    Default After the Storm

    this storm is washing many holes open for some really productive fishing if you know what to look for. will anyone be braving the weather after the worst has blown over?
    Doug Larson said, "If people concentrated on the really important things in life, there'd be a shortage of fishing poles."

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    Especially for the Galjoen
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason vL View Post
    this storm is washing many holes open for some really productive fishing if you know what to look for. will anyone be braving the weather after the worst has blown over?
    Well are you gonna give it a go?
    what area and have you got any tips? i've only dealt with garrick in sandvlei so have yet to try in the surf. muizenberg is still wild so i guess it should die down a bit first.
    Has anyone been successful with Belman ?

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    I was hoping someone could show me the ropes. iv never FF saltwater before. have tied a few clousers that im itching to try out. have many spots for galjoen from rock and surf days.
    Doug Larson said, "If people concentrated on the really important things in life, there'd be a shortage of fishing poles."

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