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    Re: A lot of old familar names

    Barra Jacks have them

  2. #32

    Re: A lot of old familar names

    Quote Originally Posted by gunna View Post
    Barra Jacks have them
    Thanks gunna. anyone in brissie?

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    Re: A lot of old familar names

    Quote Originally Posted by Sheik View Post
    Thanks gunna. anyone in brissie?
    Tackle warehouse
    Give a man a fish & he will eat for a day !
    Teach him how to fish
    & he will sit in a boat - & drink beer all day!
    TEAM MOJIKO

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    Ausfish Platinum Member Funchy's Avatar
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    Re: A lot of old familar names

    Quote Originally Posted by TREVELLY View Post
    All good thanks
    Wife gave me one of these a couple of years ago and life has changed for the better Attachment 117511
    that is fantastic news mate!! looks like a little fisho in the making
    Cheers

    Funchy
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    Re: A lot of old familar names

    Quote Originally Posted by Sheik View Post
    sorry to hijack a little....Where can I get hold of threadybusters, does anyone stock them?
    Certainly tackle world at Lawton does, bought a replacement last week

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    Re: A lot of old familar names

    Quote Originally Posted by Funchy View Post
    that is fantastic news mate!! looks like a little fisho in the making
    Cheers Mate - yeah he's a keeper.

    He loves the boat - spends heaps of time on it - have to take him out in it one day :-) For now it is like a cubby house for him and the game is hide and seek - i can rarely get a rod in holders as they are always full of things he puts in there
    Cheers

    Trev

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    Re: A lot of old familar names

    Quote Originally Posted by TREVELLY View Post
    All good thanks
    Wife gave me one of these a couple of years ago and life has changed for the better Attachment 117511
    Nice mate. Take care. Cheers

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    Live: Great South East....love Moreton Bay fishing

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    Re: A lot of old familar names

    Quote Originally Posted by TREVELLY View Post
    Cheers Mate - yeah he's a keeper.

    He loves the boat - spends heaps of time on it - have to take him out in it one day :-) For now it is like a cubby house for him and the game is hide and seek - i can rarely get a rod in holders as they are always full of things he puts in there
    Quote Originally Posted by Volvo View Post
    Yep yep , Go the E-Techs !! ten year warrenty now too ey ..
    Looks like that's only boat show purchases and lots of fine print. If it was a genuine 10 year from a dealer and no silly exceptions, no pro rata on dead ones I might consider one. Although I like a 20 year life expectancy.

    Cheers

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    Live: Great South East....love Moreton Bay fishing

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    Re: A lot of old familar names

    Trev = ball sinkers in rod holders? That was a favourite of my young fella. Stabbing them with a knife to get them out was the only way sometimes depending on location and depth and if you could push something from the under side or not!

    The Gecko is all over it about MM/Small Unit. I think the Ocean Cylinder still lives, only just and after a bit of a refurb.

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    Re: A lot of old familar names

    Quote Originally Posted by Smithy View Post
    Trev = ball sinkers in rod holders? That was a favourite of my young fella. Stabbing them with a knife to get them out was the only way sometimes depending on location and depth and if you could push something from the under side or not!

    The Gecko is all over it about MM/Small Unit. I think the Ocean Cylinder still lives, only just and after a bit of a refurb.
    I keep finding the spare bungs in the rod-holders Rob. For now he thinks the boat is just a cubby house parked in the driveway that I take away every now and again - soon we will do a camping trip to Moreton or Straddie then he will see what the boat really is - he calls it dad's boat but I don't think the penny has dropped yet :-)
    Cheers

    Trev

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