Boating and fishing

Bluey

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Well for us who have boats canoes kayaks and go fishing heres the place for tips pics fishing spots i know some of us have there own special way to make chicken as bait anyway lets get fishing and put some freash fish on the barbi
Starting off with some mods done to my boat and trailor today
Test drove trailor on hwy 100ks stayed straight no wobbel very happy made new seats to screw rod holders and stuff into not useing nice seats that came with boat made a motor support bracket very very happy
Id say first time i use it will be at red rock carnt wait
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Drover

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Looking good mate, envious about throwing a line in at Red Rock and that boat will be perfect for the Corindi River, just remember to check which areas are the No Fish areas and carry your NSW licence with you, the fishy blokes visit a lot............I'll be stuck at Tin Can Bay, waiting for next 50 or so pension cheques before going anywhere, it seems I spent all my hard earned but will be healthier as I have to give up the grog to pay for it.................

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Bluey

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Ok other boaties well @Drover is there any trailer locks that fit on wdh reese tow hitches my normal locks dont fit with the extra stuff around the ball so more stuff to take a normal tow hitch so my trailer lock fits on it
 

The escapist

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I usually lock the safety chain to the tow bar (as well as the shackle).
That, together with a little padlock on the hitch, my trailer is yet to be removed while I’m out on the water (touch wood!!)
 

Crusty181

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@Drover very nice and that smile says it all. Your actually in the water so you qualify for the "Boating" part of the Boating and fishing thread. There are 2 parts to this thread. @Bluey, youll need a pic of your boat actually being a boat to qualify .... sorry, but dems the rules. And the fish pics need to include the boat

Here's my entry ticket
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(PS Youll notice when I do choose to wear pants ... theyre generally really weird pants. And when I'm work'en I always wear hi-viz. It was also quite difficult to stay on top of the curved ocean too)
 
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Turtle

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I'm just looking in to registration.
I don't need it in NSW as i'm only running a 5HP but it looks like SA and WA require rego on all powered vessels.
You don't need rego in the NT as far as I can determine and I haven't looked in to QL yet.