Heroes on the water Australia - HQ

Heroes On The Water - Australia, supporting our returned Serviceman and Women. For information on how you can become involved, please PM Yak-Gear (Andrew)
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tonystott
KFDU 1000 Club
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Local Fishing Region: Forster, nsw
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Re: Heroes on the water Australia - HQ

#16 Post by tonystott » Sun Aug 04, 2013 1:04 am

Back seat of my TI is ready and waiting - suitable for even extremely physically limited crew members...
Tony Stott
2012 Hobie Tandem Island "SIC EM" with Hobie spinnaker

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nqkayaktours
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Local Fishing Region: Townsville area, Charters Towers, Greenvale, Great Barrier Reef.
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Location: Townsville
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Re: Heroes on the water Australia - HQ

#17 Post by nqkayaktours » Fri Aug 16, 2013 3:56 pm

tonystott wrote:Back seat of my TI is ready and waiting - suitable for even extremely physically limited crew members...
Might be used sooner than you think Tony. All going well. :grin:

Cheers and tight lines,
Ian
Take your rubbish out full, bring it back empty.

Barra 85c.m, Black Brim 43, Talapia 36, Jungle perch 24, Fresh water catfish 55, sleepy cod 49, Doggie mack 58, fingermark 46, blue nose salmon 44.


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yak-gear
HOTW Australia
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Local Fishing Region: ppb - Williamstown, vic
Kayaks: wavedance kingfisher, aquayak snapper
Location: Newport, Victoria
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Re: Heroes on the water Australia - HQ

#18 Post by yak-gear » Wed Nov 20, 2013 5:25 am

We are very close to finalising our insurance now. Hopefully we can have a few events organised simultaneously between a few states ( that's the plan anyway) by end of year or right on new year ..

More details to come in the following week or so..

remember we have xmas raffle tickets up for sale at $2 a ticket , every dollar counts..

Blynd2001
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Local Fishing Region: sydney

Re: Heroes on the water Australia - HQ

#19 Post by Blynd2001 » Sat Nov 23, 2013 7:13 am

Id be very interested in this aswell. From sydney but happy to travel. However have no gear atm

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yak-gear
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Re: Heroes on the water Australia - HQ

#20 Post by yak-gear » Sun Nov 24, 2013 12:33 pm

No worries we can supply all the gear..
I think we have now made contact through facebook... ?
If not send me a pm or email to howaus@howaus.org and we go from there
Andrew

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yak-gear
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Re: Heroes on the water Australia - HQ

#21 Post by yak-gear » Tue Dec 24, 2013 6:53 pm

From the Team at HowAus
We wish you all a Merry Christmas and a fantastic New Year..
Stay safe out on the water..
Look after your mates and family..
Also spare a thoight and prayer for those that can't be with their family and friends this year and wish yhem a speedy return home.

We look forward to an exciting 2014 with some HowAus vets hitting the water early in the new year and some calender events coming..

Paddle (pedal), fish, heal

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yak-gear
HOTW Australia
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Re: Heroes on the water Australia - HQ

#22 Post by yak-gear » Thu Feb 20, 2014 8:51 pm

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We are very happy to announce that Daiwa Australia has jumped on Board as a Sponsor for HowAus. We look forward to a long and lasting relationship with Daiwa.

website --->http://daiwafishing.com.au/

Facebook ---> https://www.facebook.com/daiwaaustralia
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BigPete68
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Local Fishing Region: NE Vic / Southern NSW
Kayaks: Hobie Outback. "Down n Dirty"
Location: Albury NSW

Re: Heroes on the water Australia - HQ

#23 Post by BigPete68 » Thu Feb 20, 2014 8:55 pm

Great news Andrew.
Cheers, Pete.
Yak Fishin Tragic and tortured father of teenage girls.
Member of -
Far South NSW Coast Kayak Fishing Club.
NSW Southern Highlands Kayak Fishos.
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yak-gear
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Re: Heroes on the water Australia - HQ

#24 Post by yak-gear » Thu Feb 20, 2014 8:59 pm

It is Pete they have given us enough gear to completely fit out the vets at Bribie Island, and shared HowAus through their network.

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