I am booked to attend the KFDU NSWSCKF – ‘Away Trip’ in early May.
This event will see several of our ranks fishing the Lake Conjola System.
Kaz and I are going to take a trip down to Conjola today and check out the park, water and launch sites etc.
When we get back I will write-up a yarn to inform those interested in the Conjola Trip.
On another note, the wind is still blowing here at the Basin [yesterday saw huge ‘White Caps’ ]
I hope it dies down before Sunday, I will also be checking out the water conditions either tomorrow or Sat and will post the results for that too.
Feels like a COOL winter coming on so let’s hope the fish stay active long enough to give us a fair crack of the whip!
REEFBUDS (pat. pending)- organic/inorganic artificial reefs revive” marine dead” coastal waters in three weeks.
What are REEFBUDS?
They are marine structures made of environmentally friendly organic
and inorganic materials.
With unique characteristics:
REEFBUDS are like solid sponges that absorb sea water together with all the marine life suspended in them, like spores, plankton, algae etc.
Materials in REEFBUD react with sea water triggering calcification a process similar to how corals, crab shells, turtle shells, etc. are formed
REEFBUD becomes natural habitat for all forms of marine life.
REEFBUDS are heavy massive structures that become heavier by absorbing sea water. They cannot be moved even by strong currents. Moreover, with an aqua dynamic shape, currents simply glide around REEFBUDS. They are hollow inside and become permanent home and spawning grounds for marine life..
Most materials to build the REEFBUDS are available right on the shoreline.
With the basic REEFBUD concentrate, only beach sand, cement, and sea water are needed to complete the mixture.
SPEED of GROWTH-
This is the most remarkable feature of REEFBUDS.
Marine life such as algae, fish, sea anemones, squid, etc can be found plentiful on REEFBUDS in as little as eight weeks after deployment, in a completely barren (sand only bottom) coastal area.