Picking up is not really an option now I know where you are.
It would cost more to come and get it and get back home than it would cost to buy a top of the line setup.
I was looking at getting something to carry as a spare in case of a mishap with my main rig.
Might look at building up a new rod and retiring my current one to a spare.
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Agree with you fully on this one Fishy Bishy.
I also offered my services last year and they were declined.
This forum has sunk to level that I don’t think the moderators are even logging on.
It would only take a few minutes per day to remove offensive posts but these seem to stay on regardless.
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[quote="sam.peterson":1ygn9b1l]oh wer u not serious about seals lol
and zac werent u never at skool?
Looking at your spelling and grammar it is rather obvious you only go to school to eat your lunch.
[quote="zac":28bzaxxp]You can catch seven gillers off the wharf and somone told me the other night there’s been a mako hanging around the wharf but I highly doubt it.[/quote:28bzaxxp]
Even after fishing for 50 odd years nothing surprises me anymore.
About 6 years ago my son and I set a net in the surf at low tide off a Buller beach. Next morning…[Read more]
Wondered when you would be back. Brian M sent me the results and I see you and the good lady picked up a prize each.
Watched the conditions closely through a couple of websites and a close by webcam, must have been hard work.
Would loved to have been there but these things happen.
Firstly, please accept my most humble apologies for refering to you by an incorrect title. I can not explain how I managed that.
Fishy Billy sounds like something a child would keep cockabullies in.
Going by your age I would suspect you entered the trade around 9 years after me and while your name seems familiar I can not for the…[Read more]
Ive been fishing for a day or three now and well remember names like Alvey, Dam, Luxor, Mitchell, ABU, Penn, all quality reels of the 1950s and 60s and made in Europe, Scandinavia or America. Cheaper reels like Intrepid and Argus were available, then along came a large range of reels made in Japan. Japan was industrialising after the war and this…[Read more]
Thats not too bad Al, it’s more in 2 days than you caught in 10 days over Xmas.
I didnt catch any fish last weekend, but then I didnt go out fishing either, so its not surprising.
Too busy fixing the Landie so I can get away trout fishing over the long weekend. Heading for the upper Hurunui for the 3 days.