First Dhuies for the new HDS

First Dhuies for the new HDS

On very short notice I decided to pull the pin on work and go fishing on Friday. 
We decided to launch at Mindarie and go on a "recon" mission in search of new ground. After trying a few spots in the 40's for nil result we decided to move out a bit deeper. Proved to be a good decision as we found some good ground with plenty of fish on the bite.
First drop resulted in a double header of Dhuies to John and a good size Breaksea to me. Subsequent drifts result in 8 dhufish, 1 baldy, numerous undersize pinks, a samson fish, leather jackets, red snapper, breaksea cod, skippy and the usual sergeant bakers. Dhufish ranged from undersize to 8.5kgs. Goes to show it is worth making the effort to find new spots. 
Very impressed with the new HDS 10, made locating fishy ground at speed quite a simple task.


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well done mate great

Sat, 2010-09-11 19:10

well done mate great fishies. you make me jelous every time haha. you catchin duies me still layin the bricks

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nice one Steve, next time

Sat, 2010-09-11 20:16

nice one Steve, next time you're out see if you can get some pics of the sounder screen, wouldn't mind seeing a few pics of the screen doing it's thing.

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and,

Sun, 2010-09-12 10:41

with results like that, get a few pics of your gps screen too....

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Nice work guys, good to see

Sat, 2010-09-11 21:04

Nice work guys, good to see you're doing well with the new unit already!

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well done steve, your on the

Sat, 2010-09-11 21:19

well done steve, your on the ball again....worth taking that friday off obviously.

i wish work was more steady this week and  i would of gone as well. the rest of the weekend is shit!

i will be changing the settings on mine for next time out and take some time to play with it.

you have only missed that 1 day mate, but you are hitting the home runs.

cheers

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Looks like you got your fish

Sat, 2010-09-11 21:20

Looks like you got your fish this time Steve! Wink

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well done Steve, sounds like

Sat, 2010-09-11 22:00

well done Steve, sounds like you had a fantastic day on the water. great result with the new sounder

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Nice fishing Steve It sure

Sun, 2010-09-12 07:35

Nice fishing Steve It sure is worth taking the time when out doing so recon.as you never know what you will find .I have fitted my transducer in the hull know so I can pick up bottom at any speed ,use to lose picture at 10knots .so I to will be doing a lot more ground hunting .

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Can I ask how the tranducer

Sun, 2010-09-12 10:41

Can I ask how the tranducer is fitted inside the hull? I kind of remember someone saying they put a pile of adhesive and stuck the tranny in it? Right, wrong or otherwise??