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  1. antonywardle

    Customize Boat Catch Release

    got any photos @frankS and do you take orders ? 🙂
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    Electric motor

    looking good
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    90 HP Mercury

    how'd you get on? I think all new outboards are probably going to be pretty reasonable. If you aren't servicing it yourself, how far away is the person that you will be trusting to do the job for you? Looks like a nice package
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    Blackfish fishing mentor needed

    Luderick season at the entrance ill be starting soon
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    Need some help. Sick of catching small fish

    @Mattymattmatt are you looking at shore base or going from a boat, or do you just want to catch something to re-stoke the enthusiasm?
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    I'm a learner, adopt me *Rock Fishing

    I guess it depends on your target species. I've only tried for drummer so I have a long rod, I wear a life jacket and I have spiked boots. I've only caught a few, so I am no expert. What are you targeting. I'm a long way from you, I guess a drive up to the CC is too far for you cheers
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    Broken bay....Where do open waters start.

    If you ever want to pop offshore for some flathead, let me know. Happy to take you one day Good luck to you too!
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    Broken bay....Where do open waters start.

    Not many people seem to know about that limited open water in broken bay. Its on the map that I have. Not an issue in my boat,but I can understand that a smaller boater wouldn't want to unknowingly be caught out.
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    Whats your dream boat

    McLay 611 CrossXover Hardtop
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    New (Used) Boat Advice, Please

    Looks to be very tidy. The main thing that will give you grief is the outboard That one looks to be in nice condition, but I guess if you can see how easy it is to start and how it runs, then it makes it easier for you. Second thing that will give you grief is the trailer so have a look around for any rust and see if it is structural. Also check that the lights work, there is a spare wheel and when the bearings were last serviced. Its an easy job to do yourself. If there is no spare, then check out the price for buying one. Like they said above, see if you can have a test run. They are nice little boats. Make a check list and take it with you. Other non-tangible things I use are, what is the person like that you are dealing with, and what condition do they keep their things in. Good luck!
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    Central coast

    great work mate
  12. antonywardle

    Boat Checked at the Ramp

    I was on a mates boat, and maritime didn't like that his lifejackets were faded and want them replaced. Made a note about it, so I guess the next time that the boat is pulled up then they can check
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    Plastic lesson and PB Flathead

    Not 100% sure about the depth, I guess between 2 and 7 metres
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    Plastic lesson and PB Flathead

    @kingie chaser Update* 4 inch gulp minnow in Pearl Watermelon.
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    Plastic lesson and PB Flathead

    @rickmarlin62 Brisbane Waters @Scratchie was a nice change to have hands that weren't any dirtier than when I started 😉 @tunanocrust I'm not sure if I was just lucky or had figured it out. I didn't get hit all that hard, but just kepted the weight on when they took it. @Yowie Thanks! Managed to get a couple of squid for bait for the next time we chase fish.