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Robofish

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About Robofish

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  • Birthday 01/09/1972

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  1. Hi, I am getting out for a gamefish on my Formosa 550 half cab this Saturday hopefully to find marlin and dollies before they move out of my range. I have all the gear and caught my first marlin last week and it looks like I am a couple of people short for this trip. All I ask is that you turn up on time, respect my boat and gear and throw in for fuel. We will be launching from Roseville. Anyone want to join us? PM me if you are interested. Also, I am out pretty much every weekend so there could be a regular spot. Dave
  2. Garmin 100i radio connection NMEA 0183

    I think so - the manual says that it is
  3. Garmin 100i radio connection NMEA 0183

    Thanks mate, I appreciate the reply - have taken both of the plugs out and they are just holes 🙈
  4. Raiders, I hope that someone can give me some pointers because I really am at a loss!!! I want to connect my Garmin 100i radio to my Simrad NSS9 with an NMEA 0183 cable so that if I need to press the DSC button it will transmit my location. I have ordered the cable which has a fitting on one end for the NSS9 but the other end is bare wires and I can’t find a socket in the back of the radio to fit it into - there are just two holes in the back (with rubber bungs in right now). Does this mean that I have to open the radio up to make the connections inside it???? I have attached a pic from the radio installation manual which shows the wiring requirements I just can’t figure out how to physically do them! Any help would be appreciated it’s doing my head in 😵 Thanks in advance Dave
  5. Deckwash advice needed

    Raiders, i want to fit a deck wash to my Formosa 550 halfcab and wondered if anyone could give me some advice as to what to shop for eg type, pickup, PSI etc? Any advice appreciated, thanks Dave
  6. Mercury Service Needed

    Hi Guys, I am looking for a Mercury Approved Mechanic to do a 600hr service on my outboard and a mobile one would be even better. I'm in the North Shore of Sydney - can anyone put me in contact with one?? Thanks in advance Dave
  7. North or South of Sydney this weekend

    Can anyone give me marks for the Southern Canyons? Thanks in advance Dave
  8. Hard work but got a feed.

    Thanks mate you have saved me some fuel - glad I read this as I was planning to hit the 12 in the morning! I will stay closer to shore
  9. Beach Fishing in Newcastle - any pointers?

    Thanks James, really appreciated, will let you know how i go
  10. Hi, I go to Newcastle fairly frequently with work and plan to have a crack at one of the beaches one evening/night next week - I will be staying in the centre, can anyone give me any pointers on where to fish? Thanks Dave
  11. New fishfinder

    Hi Guys, I have a Simrad NSS7 with Structure Scan right now and want to upgrade for a combo that can do anything from inshore to the shelf - I have about $2000 to spend - can anyone give me some advice on what to look at in that range? Thanks in advance Dave
  12. HBA Learning Centres HAIRTAIL SOCIAL 2016 ...its ON

    Can you add Kev to my boat pls
  13. HBA Learning Centres HAIRTAIL SOCIAL 2016 ...its ON

    Count me in on my boat - Team Robofish, so far me and Old Salty Dan but expecting to confirm another two crew soon
  14. 12 mile/Peak

    Hey Guys, after have the marlin bug for a few months I will be getting back to kings this sunday and am just planning my attack. Has anyone been out to the wider reefs and if so are there any kings on them? If not I am going to stay in close. Thanks in advance Dave
  15. Help with live bait

    Mate, I usually get a few yakkas and the odd slimey from around the moorings next to chinamans beach, popular spot - just look for the other boats. I find that getting there at daybreak is best and fish a sabiki baited with tiny pieces of pillie or yakka. For burley I get a cheap sliced loaf, split it into three separate bags, add a splash of fish oil and enough water to mash it all together into a slop and then freeze it. Take it out the morning that you go fishing and put it in your burley pot, give it a poke every few minutes and you will have a great burley trail that will last longer. Also stick any old fish frames in there with it, it all helps. Hope you get into some, see you out there. Dave