Quality : HD Title : John Wick: Chapter 2 Director : Chad Stahelski. Writer : Release : 2017-02-08 Language : English. Runtime : 122 min. Genre : Thriller, Action, Crime.
Synopsis : Movie ‘John Wick: Chapter 2’ was released in February 8, 2017 in genre Thriller. Chad Stahelski was directed this movie and starring by Keanu Reeves. This movie tell story about John Wick is forced out of retirement by a former associate looking to seize control of a shadowy international assassins’ guild. Bound by a blood oath to aid him, Wick travels to Rome and does battle against some of the world’s most dangerous killers.
It`s long weekend and from all over visitors are arriving. Then next weekend is the Lagoon Festival and then it is Easter. This weekend is also spring tide and the water is pulling back at low tide quite far. Low tide should be just past 11h00, but one should be able to pump prawn already as from 10h00.
The water is a nice warm 18 deg and the weather looks great for fishing this weekend. Saturday will see no wind and day temperature above 25 deg. On Sunday one can expect a bit of a breeze from the South and Monday should be the same.
This past week had a bit of wind and not many went fishing, but Stumps showed at the Paaltjies where the Alabama slipway is. Mostly in the 1 kg range. From behind the Island on boats there where big Stumps caught..some even as big as 50 cm.Watch movie online Logan (2017)
With the strong current between tide turns in spring tide conditions, one can expect sea weed clinging to your line, so it is suggested to fish in places where the current is not so strong.
The options are:
Leentjiesklip for Stumps and Kolstert.
Paaltjies,but use a heavy sinker and check your line to be free of sea weed.
Stumps from behind the Island,but do not drift,rather anchor in the strong current.
Consider Spreeuwalle as spring tide normally produce Kob on chokka.
Well enjoy Langebaan and the fishing..drive carefully and God bless.
Ed: Thank you Daisy for another great article. Just to confirm Oom Daisy’s article of last week I would like to show you an article that was published in this week’s Weslander.