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  1. I thought so 👍 nice catch BTW, the crab top left is a beautie
  2. Is that snapper on the bottom legal size?
  3. Thanks a lot I checked out the garden clinic site - really helpful.
  4. All sorts Noel. What the name of the site you use? Thanks mate.
  5. First thing we should all be doing is minimising water usage https://www.yourhome.gov.au/water/reducing-water-demand Second is to have an alternate water supply, as others have mentioned rainwater tanks, bore water or using a car wash that uses alternative water supplies not town water. Third is to opt for a trailer that is easier maintenance. The newer telwater trailers are aluminium with some gal, the wheel guards are plastic and use bearing buddies. That way less water is required to clean.
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    My Tinny

    Makes sense. The older, larger tinnies i’d definitely opt for a console for the reasons you mentioned. A smaller tinny with the new hulls and side decks it think a tiller is better as you maximise space which is important especially for sub 14 foot boats. Here is a pic of how I have organised my tiller set up - works for me
  7. flatheadluke

    My Tinny

    Why do you regret tiller steer? I’m a big fan personally
  8. +1 i spend big on braided line though - my 6lb daiwa X8 grand cost more than my rod.
  9. 💯 percent agree Frank. But I’ve stopped telling people, lead a horse to water kind of thing
  10. Drop bag limit to two and drop legal size to 60cms IMO. Personally I’d still release sub 65cm fish but I’ve seen too many rock fishos keeping undersized rats.
  11. Central coast dam at 50% capacity and wont go to level 2 in the short term. Another rainwater tank fan - the plants (particularly indoor) do much better compared to mains water.
  12. Nice report. Didn’t know it got 10 metres deep around Saratoga- I thought it was mainly 3 metres.