Edit: These colours work very well in the day also Some of my proven lures I use for flathead in particular fishing at night in water 1m to 30cm, you are looking for a mostly sandy bottom with patches of weed, a few rocks is OK, just throw a heap of casts and then move along and throw a heap more then repeat, sometimes I'll cover hundreds of meters, you will find some spots where they are laying. Ray's Bent Minnow, he also has another version which dives a little deeper if you click on the menu and look for the crossfire version 2 http://www.raysozzylures.com.au/store/c2/Crossfire_Series_One.html https://m.facebook.com/raysozzylures/ 70mm minnow, I can't see the same colour I think the one in the video is called "bleeding ayu" http://www.austackle.com/lures/large-crankbaits-jerkbaits/scamper/ 110mm Minnow "ghost" http://www.rapala.com.au/lures/shadow-rap-3x/
Views: 2025 jonnywaselectric
Quick menu overview of the 32ch Skyzone 7 Inch DVR FPV Monitor
Views: 1998 jonnywaselectric
I bet there has been a lot of disappointed customers spooling their reels to find out they have been mislead with the size of the braid, I was lucky enough to get confirmation from a supplier the sizes are out so went down a size and I'm very glad I did. I'll be able to get most of this 600m spooled onto my Saragosa 25000.
Views: 287 jonnywaselectric
Website here though it is in Japanese, it does have a Google map link which doesn't show the exact location, I spent over 30 minutes walking around looking for the place so thought I would make a video to help people interested in visiting. They do have many items you probably won't see out of Japan, I can spend hours in here. http://www.johshuya.co.jp/sp/shop/map.php?s=128
Views: 1869 jonnywaselectric
Forgot to mention I started off with some 40lb mono to get a bedding on the spool so you don't get braid slip, enough to do 2 passes and cover across from left to right. Then joined to 500m 80lb 0.5mm, uni to uni knot. Then 200m 130lb 1.0mm, FG knot. I would have found this information valuable so I made a video in the hopes it may help someone. Happy fishing.
Views: 1269 jonnywaselectric
A quick overview of a colour change Led light from ebay. Seller: ttmallzone365 Cost approx $5 delivered 6.7 grams 34mm round 7mm thick Wire length approx 140mm 6 colours www.facalhobby.com
Views: 257 jonnywaselectric
Views: 3360 jonnywaselectric
Paddle pop sticks and fibre frame, walkera v2 ladybird RX, Micro Motor Warehouse CL-0720-14, stock Hubsan x4 25C 380mah battery (battery was insufficient for this setup).
Views: 379 jonnywaselectric
UPDATE 7TH November 2016 I have purchased a new android tv box running 6.0 and it has all the quality features from 144p - 1080p, I think watching in 480p is very acceptable. It is a way around the problem and had I known months earlier I would have just bought a 6.0 box sooner. I purchased the 2gb/8gb version from an Australian ebay seller for about $70au so I had it within 7 days. Ill put a link to the exact same one at Gearbest below, there are 1gb/8gb versions on ebay for as little as $36au from china which I bought as gifts for family members for christmas which can take up to 4 weeks or more to arrive. As with most android tv boxes the standard remote is useless (however I do use it to power the unit on only), buy a third party "air mouse" which makes the experience awesome. http://www.gearbest.com/tv-box-mini-pc/pp_390233.html?wid=21 Why has YouTube taken away the video quality option, it defaults to HD which isn't ideal when the network is at its peak.
Views: 29218 jonnywaselectric
UPDATE 20TH MAY 2016 good news a commenter has come up with a solution using firefox, many thanks +tyuiuyt rtytre To set Firefox to block cookies from one website: Go to the website you wish to block from setting cookies in Firefox. Right-click within the page and select View Page Info. In the Page Info window, select the Permissions panel. Underneath Set Cookies, remove the check mark from Use Default. Change the setting to "allow for session". I have done this and confirm it works. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- UPDATE 3ND JUNE 2016 the said method above doesn't seem to work all the time, I have found the only true way to not keep logged in is to open facebook in private tab or in incognito mode which doesn't keep any cookies I can guarantee you will have to log in every time with this method, I prefer this method now and will get in the habit of using it this way.
Views: 8876 jonnywaselectric
This is my build Frame http://www.banggood.com/Wholesale-HJ-450-4-Axis-RC-Quapcopter-450mm-Frame-Kit-p-56959.html Motors http://www.banggood.com/Wholesale-SunnySky-X2212-KV980-Brushless-Motor-p-60600.html FC https://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__55888__Hobbyking_KK2_1_5_Multi_rotor_LCD_Flight_Control_Board_With_6050MPU_And_Atmel_644PA_AU_Warehouse_.html ESC https://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__39708__Afro_ESC_30Amp_Multi_rotor_Motor_Speed_Controller_SimonK_Firmware_.html Battery https://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__11911__Turnigy_nano_tech_2200mah_3S_25_50C_Lipo_Pack.html xt60 power cable (just chop the bananas off, you may want one for charging also) https://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__10266__Charge_Cable_w_Male_XT60_gt_4mm_Banana_plug.html servo extension wires (talk from the FC to RX) https://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__21758__10CM_Male_to_Male_Servo_Lead_JR_26AWG_10pcs_set_.html Longer landing gear https://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__56798__DJI_F450_F550_Flamewheel_Extended_Landing_Gear_4pcs_set_.html props http://www.banggood.com/Wholesale-Blade-1045-1045R-CW-CCW-Propeller-For-Multi-rotor-Copter-Quadcopter-p-66288.html http://www.banggood.com/Wholesale-Blade-1045-1045R-Propeller-For-Multi-rotor-Copter-Quadcopter-Aircraft-p-66394.html Holding battery (this stuff is rock solid, I mount my battery on top, straps are fiddly) https://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__9374__Polyester_Velcro_Peel_n_stick_adhesive_side_V_STRONG_1mtr_.html?strSearch=strong%20velcro Mounting FC (you need M3 nylon screws, this pack from Banggood is handy as it has the standoffs, alternatively Hobbkying may have them or I used screws with silicone fuel hose) Aux power (for the FC low voltage buzzer, and lights, gimble etc) http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__9682__Male_JST_battery_pigtail_10cm_length_10pcs_bag_.html your radio of choice, a 9ch is a good idea with room to add gimbal etc in the future. I would consider one with failsafe option, this way of you lose signal it wont fly away. Flysky 9x or Turnigy 9x, Flysky ts6 all a good option.
Views: 2033 jonnywaselectric
about an hour and a half north from Ao Nang Krabi, the water was quite low at this time hence the weir holding the water for the masses, was good fun on the water to escape the heat.
Views: 159 jonnywaselectric
taking the wobblecam up at Town Beach don't turn sideways when the winds cracking
Views: 141 jonnywaselectric