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  1. WOW, Sounds like a great session. Many more to come. Congrats.
  2. Nice work James. New rod is working very well. Good stuff.
  3. Very nice, haven't had fresh flathead in a while either. Selling for near $80 per kilo at my local.
  4. Hi Raiders, I found an add for this interesting old reel, just wondering if anyone has had any experience with one. I never imagined an electric reel in the style of a threadline.
  5. Hi Raiders, Went out a few times over the winter months without much success, so instead I've been doing some long walks exploring the greatest natural Harbour in the world. North head, Q Station, Middle Head, Georges Head to Bradley's. Really interesting with some spectacular views. The is from Dobroyd Head last weekend. This morning I had planned to fish the lower Harbour fro Blackfish, but plans changed when I woke up to the pouring rain. I had a good stash of weed I didn't want to go to waste so I decided to try a spot closer to home well into the runout tide. The wind was c
  6. Try Balmoral Baths, between the wharf and swimming enclosure.
  7. Hi Greg, Definately not a Slazenger, more likely and better Snyder Glas or Butterworth. Those vertical flecks, I'm leaning towards Snyder. Looks like it's had a hard life, but well worth restoring. If you want the name of a great rod builder on the Central Coast send me a PM. The JW Mundoo was the first rod I bought for myself in the early 80's for $16 at Norman Ross in Chatswood. It was their 'General Purpose' rod. Top section is solid glass, but I think the bottom was hollow.
  8. I could be wrong, but I thought the 475a had a sidecast function. If you take a few more pictures of the rod, like binding and pattern in the blank I might be able to tell you what it is. I'm thinking it maybe Slazenger.
  9. Nice work James. The move certainly paid off.
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    Good Ol' Days

    Cheers Neil, all mid 70s First time Elsey was contested. He didn't win. He probably should have spent more on his advertising. Gordon, do you think that's a Charger on the Cahill by the double decker. Renaults were surprisingly popular.
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    Good Ol' Days

    Hi Donna, I remember another pic of a labourer at the top of a Sydney highrise maybe AMP building. He's right at the edge, wearing Volleys, Stubbie shorts, no harness and just looking out over the Quay. Its a classic.
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