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    Yak M&G

    anyone interested in a kayak M&G..some fishing somewhere..perhaps Pumicestone Passage..bottom end or Caloundra end, Mooloola River..Nerang River.

    Anyone interested? Open to all ideas and locations?

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    So did you end up getting a yak Greg? What sort? Did you post up some pics somewhere?

    Cheers,
    Jim

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    Maybe this M&G can coincide with my days off Greg??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boat Hog View Post
    So did you end up getting a yak Greg? What sort? Did you post up some pics somewhere?

    Cheers,
    I bought a Prowler 4.1..still sitting in the garage..no time to use it yet.

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    I am in mate if it is a weekend!! Caloundra end even better
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    Greg

    Depending on dates, I could drag one of the yaks down. One is good for me, the other is good for two, the electric, the esky and I forget what happens much after that.

    Steve

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    Bump..... Come on you lot. A Yak M&G would be great. I have 2 extra yaks if some one wants to borrow one. (Only 8fters but they have served me well in the past)

    How about 4th August 7am launch from Bells Creek at Diamond head?

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    I am keen, are people thinking offshore or just estuary

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yellowjack View Post
    I am keen, are people thinking offshore or just estuary
    I am easy either way but to make it attractive to those that are not big on yakking maybe estuary is best??
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    Funchy
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    What happens when you fall in...I mean I always fall off my surf Ski.....You must lose all your gear?

    BTW I am being serious.... Are they hard not to fall off?


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    Quote Originally Posted by gruntahunta View Post
    What happens when you fall in...I mean I always fall off my surf Ski.....You must lose all your gear?

    BTW I am being serious.... Are they hard not to fall off?
    I have not fallen off yet.... having said that you can be sure I will soon . When you 1st get on one they seem a little tippy but as you find your centre of balance you are away with suprising stability. My 11yr old paddles the 8fter around without a problem. He hasnt fallen off (yet) either.

    I ensure everything is tethered and if you do it right it is easy and doesnt make the yak too cluttered. All my lures, tackle, knife, pliers etc all in one soft esky tied to yak. Lip grips, paddle, net, fish measure all tethered. Anchor..... well that is a no brainer.

    I got into yak fishing by accident (couldnt afford a boat at the time) and will always have one now. Great way to fish. I am 43yrs old, not terribly fit with a bit of a beer gut yet paddled 20klms the other day. Smart use of tide and wind and there is minimal effort required.

    Have a go, you wont regret it!!
    Cheers

    Funchy
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    A weekend meet down the southern end of the passage would be good. Ningi Creek is about to fire up in the next month or so. Out near the mouth the parrot will be foraging and the flathead will be in good numbers.
    Jack.

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    4th Aug no good for me..

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    Quote Originally Posted by wags on the water View Post
    4th Aug no good for me..
    well..when do you have days off ????

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    Any other suggestions for dates? keep the ball rolling

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