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Offline Nugget

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Future seminars / Guest Speakers
« on: Thu 27 Apr 09:44 2017 »
We're planning Club seminar nights and activities for the next 12 months.
Who or what would you like to see / listen too.

Seminar nights - guest speakers / instructional nights
Activities - lure making / rod building / knot tying

Please post what you would like to see / get involved in.
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Re: Future seminars / Guest Speakers
« Reply #1 on: Thu 27 Apr 13:57 2017 »
Hi Dave,
I would be interested in fish filleting, meat curing and butchering. Something most of us are into, but always willing to see how others do it.

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    Offline Crocb8

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    Re: Future seminars / Guest Speakers
    « Reply #2 on: Thu 27 Apr 16:14 2017 »
    Being technically challenged i would like to know how to use my sounder to it full potential.

    Also i know a few guys are into smoking and making jerky. Would like to learn more about that.

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    Re: Future seminars / Guest Speakers
    « Reply #3 on: Thu 27 Apr 16:37 2017 »
    Speakers.
    Gary Fitzgerald for freshwater. He is the king.

    Greg Lamprecht for offshore. Fountain of knowledge and he's happy to share some tips.

    I reckon you Nugget could give us a good insight to beach and river fishing.


    Just one more cast

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    Re: Future seminars / Guest Speakers
    « Reply #4 on: Thu 27 Apr 18:47 2017 »
    Being technically challenged i would like to know how to use my sounder to it full potential.

    Also i know a few guys are into smoking and making jerky. Would like to learn more about that.

    That along with fish cleaning and prep plus knife sharpening and general care is all ways a good seminar.

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    Re: Future seminars / Guest Speakers
    « Reply #5 on: Thu 27 Apr 20:00 2017 »
    All good ones so far fellas, I would like even campfire cooking, Dicko from Wilsons,
    even another rod building one. Even a tackle shop owner to have a chat about
    what's new (maybe an add on to another speaker).

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    Re: Future seminars / Guest Speakers
    « Reply #6 on: Thu 27 Apr 20:30 2017 »
    Fisheries
    Water police
    Fisheries research station on their latest projects.
    Seqwater.
    Stephan Sawnock from infofish on fish tagging.
    Trailer maintenance and tricks and Mods
    Darren Little does a good little session on electric motor maitenance.
    Tom Barratt from gidgee lures is good value he even used to invite people to his home for a small lure making workshop Do not know if he still does it. He is one of the old school tenterfield timber lure makers and a true craftsman.
    Cheers
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    Re: Future seminars / Guest Speakers
    « Reply #7 on: Fri 28 Apr 04:43 2017 »
    If anyone knows how to catch fish its water police :)
    Sister spent time around Thursday island and all they did was fish :P

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    Re: Future seminars / Guest Speakers
    « Reply #8 on: Fri 28 Apr 16:40 2017 »
    Knots would be a good one

    And maybe some of Nuggets secret rigs

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    Re: Future seminars / Guest Speakers
    « Reply #9 on: Fri 28 Apr 18:19 2017 »
    I like them all so far book me in. I think some of the best fisherpeople around are here in the club and with a bit of notice I think that they would each be able to put together a short speech about rigs, technical info on different species as in tide n time of moon phase ect they look for their preferred type of fishing be it land based, boat, beach, fresh, river ect. And the rest of their allotted time be more of a QnA session
    Looking forward to the next trip

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    Re: Future seminars / Guest Speakers
    « Reply #10 on: Tue 16 May 09:37 2017 »
    Another guest speaker who is amazing with sounders is Gordon Triplett from Garmin. 
    I've seen his presentations and highly recommend them. Get him off the sales pitch and just concentrating on the sounder operation. Very helpful IMHO. 
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    Re: Future seminars / Guest Speakers
    « Reply #11 on: Tue 16 May 14:36 2017 »
    They all sound pretty good would Deon be keen on sounder reading. So any idea when these guest nits might start
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    Re: Future seminars / Guest Speakers
    « Reply #12 on: Fri 19 May 08:03 2017 »
     I reckon if mix it up the seminars  with the all suggestions mention in all above posts and the club here  has some of the best fisherman around in SE Queensland region  well in trench in the 10 percent club catch ninety percent of the fish fully agree in beach bum post   giving them oppunnity  to speak

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    Re: Future seminars / Guest Speakers
    « Reply #13 on: Mon 7 Aug 09:32 2017 »
    A Yak fishing night be good :)

    Want to start doing a bit locally plus freshwater.
    Bit of info before buying could save buying wrong gear