Busy-livin

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About Busy-livin

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  • Birthday 01/28/1993

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  1. I havent seen then for a while but to get 2 off the bat is a good sign. Its in the air fryer now..yummm
  2. Gday All, Took the boss out for an easy morning off cronulla in bate bay as she hasn't quiet got her sea legs yet. It was a little choppy but fine overall, good to have a bit of sun before this cell hits. Started the drift and she managed to hook a small gummy going 70 odd. She was stoked as its the biggest fight she had to on the line.. kept drifting for Plenty of spikes and a few legal flatties in the mix before she hooked up again!! This time it was an upgrade size gummy which had her buzzing and as was the 4000 size reel. Got it in and it went 1300 overall! Stoked!!. Didnt manage to see the whales i had promised her but shes happy with a few sharks so all is good!.
  3. If one would like to see about picking them up in the near future as work is ruining the PS trip dream.. how would one go about that.. Asking for a mate...😂
  4. Yep, can defs do an ally wave breaker. Just need to size and shape to your suited height. Metal fab shop should be fine for the task
  5. I'll go a red if not 2... I like being balanced
  6. Have you considered a wavebreaker or slightly larger? Interesting concept tho.
  7. I love a good dual axle trailer i must say. IMO they tow so much better and just sit flat on those bumpy roads. I tow alot to the south coast and notice a massive difference with dual vs single. Remember you will have to factor weight also with the family car.
  8. Totally agree!! They allow us to fish so this shouldn't be an issue
  9. Head out to the mouth! Parsley bay ramp is great. Good flathead bream and mulloway...cant forget stingrays. If there is lots of boat traffic it can be quiet. Spots are the famous rail bridges, juno point, flint and steel and drift near the mouth where it drops off for flatties. Ive been up there a few times lately.
  10. Parked up at parsley all day one sat and most that night. We came in at around 3 am and rolled the swags out and slept for a few hours. Was a few trailers out that night no issues
  11. 88 model seafarer vsea... living the dream hahah
  12. How good. Be a few good feeds there! I'm heading back south to conjola in an hour or so. plan on hitting ulladulla tomorrow morn with what's predicted. I'd be stoked with a haul like that.
  13. Busy-livin

    Vsea rewire

    Awesome. Great to hear you've done the same. Sounds like I should be fine
  14. Busy-livin

    Vsea rewire

    I havent yet. I am getting the fuse today I hope so I'll have to look at sizes. And yes I am putting an isolator in. At this stage now I'm making a shopping list and heading out thisarvo I hope.
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    Vsea rewire

    Brain trust. Due to nav lights and sounder not working I have been searching past post on fishraider regarding rewiring a boat which was extremely helpful !! this morning I got under my old vsea to investigate. Before I knew what time it was i have stripped all the old gear out and scratching my head as to how this didnt catch fire!! ( not my wiring ) So I am keeping it simple. A main power feed from the battery with an inline fuse at the battery running to a switch panel which has circuit breakers incorporating in the panel. A bus bar to carry my negatives and having tinned wire due to corrosion. I'll only be running nav lights, anchor light, bilge, sounder and vhf and a strip light in the cuddy. Questions. 1. Best local place for marine grade wire. ( pm me if needed ) 2. Should I run another fuse box or is that over kill due to the breakers in the switch panel?