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      IMPORTANT SURVEY   03/18/2018

      PLEASE SEE THE EMAIL I RECEIVED BELOW - attached is a survey. All raiders please do the survey and there are several questions that ask about where you get information and what apps you use - MAKE SURE YOU ADD IN  www.fishraider.com.au This represents an opportunity to help Transport for NSW and Roads and Maritime to identify key issues facing the boating public.  Results from the survey will help design programs that deliver more accurate and efficient outcomes in safety, services and infrastructure to the boating public.  The survey will take approximately 20 minutes to complete. All responses will remain anonymous.  The survey is at: https://www.ipsossurveys.com.au/O17Y0401/   The public who complete the survey are in with a chance to win:   Kannad Safelink sportpro+ GPS EPIRB and GMEGX800 Hand Held Marine Radio (combined value over $1,100) 1 of 10 L150N Auto Inflatable Pro Fit lifejackets (valued over $145 each)        


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  1. Rick thanks for your reply would a webster twinfisher be better option and i saw a 2000 marlin broadbill 5.5 90 hp single motor for sale   what do you think of this setup maily fishing in SA gulf waters coming home trailling seas can get rough most boaties have mono hull boats,but i like the idea of twin hull cheers Murray

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      I believe websters are 5.2 at biggest..a 5.5 broady is not only longer but wider and more freeboard..all things to consider if traversing rough water..rick