Saturday, February 21, 2015

More Three King Mules

Nice stripey on the trace
Hi all, Just back from another stunning trip with some hard core jiggers from Jigstar Africa. This was a trip first and foremost about jigging for big kingis, but as as you can see there is plenty of marlin about as well, we never actually targeted marlin just trolled lures between kingi spots and we tagged 4 from 7 bites, man makes me wonder what would have happened if we had spent some time targeting them. The Kingis bit well with many in the 30’s and 2 over 40kg with the best a huge 45kg fish, many more monsters were lost that either reefed the boys up or busted line or leader. If you have a trip up here I would like you to think very carefully about your tackle, we see trip after trip the boys being owned by monster fish and busting main lines mostly, you pay a lot of money to get to the Three kings and the only thing that holds you to that fish of a lifetime is your terminal tackle SO GO HEAVY , If it was me I would fish 130lb braid and 150lb fluro, many of our return clients do and notice no change in the bite except went hooked to a giant they land it, not lose it. The three kings is not like other places that receive a lot of pressure with fish becoming line shy, please think about it. Till next week Cheers Lance.

Jack with a solid 28kg kingi

Jack bang on 30kg

Jack again with a sold 32kg model

Norm happy with his 32kg
Norm breaks into  the 32kg bracket

Rod at 31kg

Glenn nice average of 27kg

Sean happy with his 29kg model

Glenn hog 34kg

Rod's mule at 42kg

Jack locked in battle

Rod's monster 46kg kingi huge!!!!

Edwin happy as with this stripey

Nice shot of Jacks stripey

Sean's stripey playing up on the trace

Nice shot of Sean's stripey

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