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    1770 Team BeastMaster and some Spanish Mackerel.

    Keep Ya Tip UP
    Beast

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    Re: 1770 Team BeastMaster and some Spanish Mackerel.

    Hey Beastmaster, Awesome footage....What sort of camera you running there?
    Love the pic of the red esky.....thanks for putting together...

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    Re: 1770 Team BeastMaster and some Spanish Mackerel.

    Thanks No Fear - the camera is just a little pocket Samsung S630 digital ( a work give away) - I've simply got in mounted on a home made suction cup/ bent small u bolt stuck to the middle of the
    front wind shield. - works ok for what I want.
    Regards
    Beast.
    Keep Ya Tip UP
    Beast

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    Re: 1770 Team BeastMaster and some Spanish Mackerel.

    That was great guys . Never any over excitement by you guys loved it
    JT
    VHF CHANNEL 21
    CALL SIGN : JT OR SC552(social club member)

    There is a fine line between fishing and just standing on the shore like an idiot

    I wonder how much deeper the ocean would be without sponges

    Up here we Use Hussar as baits for real RED FISHS (SHSIIFDER)

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    Re: 1770 Team BeastMaster and some Spanish Mackerel.

    Beastmaster,

    Cheers for the show.

    Excuse my ignorance, but what's the black 'thing' on the stern, the one with the handle???

    Steve

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    Re: 1770 Team BeastMaster and some Spanish Mackerel.

    Arrr Bazzawookooka , good spotting ,that's secret mens business that black "thingy" - it's called a down rigger -I've actually got one for each side , using lead weights, they allow you to troll baits down to depths where the fish are. just goggle " Scotty down riggers" to see them.
    Regards
    BeastMaster.
    Keep Ya Tip UP
    Beast

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    Re: 1770 Team BeastMaster and some Spanish Mackerel.

    Loved the "spannniiiiissshhhhhh" call when you lifted the first one. Gave me a good chuckle Definately some good looking fish in the box and some great quality pictures to top it off. Just let me know if you would like me to send ya some different music though Great effort boys and a well organised team.

    cheers from boony
    Fishing can be defined as "A jerk on one end of the rod, waiting for a jerk on the other".
    "Fishing was around along time before you darling"

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