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WEDNESDAY, August 7, 2013. Sun Newspapers 31 HOPE YOU HOOK UP ON THE WEEKEND! WEDNESDAY 7 THURSDAY 8 FRIDAY 9 SATURDAY 10 SUNDAY 11 MONDAY 12 TUESDAY 13 Full Moon Last Quarter New Moon First Quarter Mozzie Alert: LOW Midge Alert: MODERATE - HIGH DARWIN HARBOUR TIDES 0030 1.41 0101 1.27 0130 1.23 0157 1.29 0224 1.47 0253 1.75 0324 2.13 0654 6.80 0723 6.98 0749 7.09 0813 7.10 0836 7.01 0900 6.84 0927 6.55 1252 2.24 1321 1.95 1351 1.71 1424 1.54 1458 1.47 1535 1.50 1614 1.64 1828 6.26 1903 6.48 1937 6.61 2013 6.65 2049 6.59 2128 6.43 3314 6.16 Professional by name and by nature. Experience Counts CALL TODAY You Deserve It! John Simpson P: 8948 9300 M: 0416 228 270 E: firstname.lastname@example.org The Property Professional Just like my beautiful Kelpie, Brandy, a breed renowned for hard work, dedication and achieving results ... SO AM I! Annabelle Miles 0401 474 398 email@example.com Shop 1 Freds Pass Road, Humpty Doo Licensed Land and Business Agents Selling your home? When Experience, Action & Knowledge = RESULTS call me... Does your Property Manager bring you joy? 65 Allwright St, Wanguri NT 0810 - Licensed Real estate agents For more info: www.intouchre.com 0402 152 929 firstname.lastname@example.org Master Builders Northern Territory PH: 08 8922 9666 Fax: 08 89229600 Email: email@example.com Looking for work in the Construction Industry? CPCCOHS1001A en you will need a White Card $110 Members $130 Non-Memebrs Call for our next course LOCATION Casuarina Health Precinct 2/11 Vanderlin Drive Casuarina General Practitioners Dr Aruna Liyanage | Dr Marilou Capati Dr Satbir Aulakh | Dr Jay Muhandiram Dr Kris Piyadasa | Dr Nolasco Capati Dr Kotha Sanjeevi | Dr Raj Rajapakse Dr Sithy Mujahitha | Dr Mujtaba Ali Dr Muhammad Saeed www.topendmedicalcentre.com.au Phone: (08) 8927 1033 BULK BILLING SERVICES! ACCREDITED GENERAL PRACTICE! NEW PATIENTS WELCOME! WALK INS ACCOMMODATED! We do Travel Vaccina tions ExtendedAfter Hours OPENING HOURS Mon - Fri 8.30am - 9pm Sat 9am - 4pm | Sun 10am - 4pm Closed Public Holidays Full back up service - we service what we sell WE WONT LEAVE YOU HIGH & DRY 8932 2022 firstname.lastname@example.org - PUMPS - IRRIGATION - TANKS - FILTRATION SUNNewspapers >> Fishing Plastics get hits Aeryn McCormack, 4, caught her first barra on the Mary River, with a little help from mum and dad. OVER the past month Ive been experimenting with ultra small soft plastics, and by ultra small I mean tiny, with some of the fake offerings barely two inches long. And to be perfectly honest, the results have been astounding, with all sorts of northern speedsters taking a liking to the length-challenged plastics. As Ive mentioned in earlier missives, you need to throw these micro plastics off the fairy string, with 2-4kg spin sticks the ultimate weapon of choice. This is where the fun factor red-lines a decent fish of any species will give you one of those heart-stopping tussles that often leaves you with sweaty palms and heart palpitations. What amazes me is the way these little plastics get clobbered in such a convincing manner wham, bam, thank you mam. Queenfish, golden trevally and goldies are suckers for the undersized counterfeit fish, along with all sorts of other species. We all know there are some handy flathead in the coastal waters of the Top End, but they are more often than not a by catch rather than a targeted species. The little plastics have changed all that with flatties to 42cm now a regular fixture on the measuring board. Its a pretty neat system you can employ in all sorts of situations, be it working the flats, targeting the mouths of the drains on a dropping tide or bouncing your softies on the rock bars. But be warned when the bigger models show interest the whole show can be over in the blink of an eye, particularly if you encounter a school of big golden trevally or a big cruising queenfish. As the weather and water warm up the barra will come back into the crosshairs, and those cruising fish on the flats have no hesitation in scoffing down small prawn imitations. Ive already mentioned the Zerek live prawn and there is another on eBay called the Vudu Prawn, which will set you back about $10. But the good news is there are two to a pack, so at five bucks a throw its affordable fishing for all. Next week Ill bring you some photos of both the Zerek and the Vudu. They really are about as close to a real prawn as you can get and the good news is they catch fish. Just jump online and check out some of the plastics on the US websites, and start looking for little wriggly bits that might just be worth a throw in your part of the world.
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