i'm finding this difficult to believe but Anaconda are currently selling a brand new adult sized kayak for $199 folks. Ridiculous, bloody ridiculous.
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A few years backa mate and I camped there for a few days and we mooched around the mangroves in a beat up old Canadian. I managed my first and only Jack, using Mullet lookalike Berkley HB's (around 125 mm). It was obviously on a suicide mission because it simply jumped on and came home to daddy afte...
That's an interesting comment from a Hobie owner about having to drop everything to paddle in reverse. Spare a thought for us poor old paddle fisho's who have to do this to go forward as well. LOL.
C-Kayak are selling a new fin drive (as opposed to previously compromised propeller drive) pedal yak under the Pedalfish monniker. They, look suspiciously like Hobie knock offs in both hull and drive design, which suggests Hobie's mirage drive patent at least is no longer applicable. Interesting tim...
Folks, No doubt you are all aware of how hard those on the land are struggling with the current drought so thought I'de pas this on. All Bunnings stores in NSW (and possibly other states) are holding a sausage sizzle this Friday to raise funds for our farmers. Check out further details on line and i...
- Sat Apr 07, 2018 11:38 am
- Forum: Freshwater Reports
- Topic: A Little Glenbawn Surface Fun - Hoodoo Broken!
- Replies: 7
- Views: 1259
Well done Paul persistence usually pays off . glad you learnt your lesson re the last bit of the retrieve successfully.ive even have them leap out of the water to smash it at the side of the yak.
It's about time the authorities say started charging people like this and publicising the results for all to see. Obviously they aren't the sharpest knives in the drawer but a bit of a name and shame exercise might make others think about the consequences.
Steve, even though it looks like your not to keen on the Hurricane Skimmer I can suggest you look again. I got one of the first 128's in the country and to say it's the best kayak I've owned is an understatement. I love it. Lightweight fast, stable and sexy. I have adopted the less is more philosoph...
- Thu Aug 03, 2017 1:22 am
- Forum: Classifieds (For Sale Or Wanted)
- Topic: Spot Connect GPS/ Satelite communicator
- Replies: 0
- Views: 396
Given people here are generally more adventurous than the average Joe/Josephine I was thinking this device might be of interest to some. Here's some detail: Spot Connect keeps you in touch with friends, family, and emergency personnel when you have no network coverage. Simply download the Spot app, ...
- Wed Jul 19, 2017 10:07 am
- Forum: New Members
- Topic: Brisbane newbie after first kayak advice
- Replies: 8
- Views: 701
You'll get as many opinions as there are different makes and models out there so take this one with a grain of salt. 1. There's nothing wrong with the Chinese cheapies 2. Longer (3m plus) is always better than short (2.7m) 3. Forget the sounder for now and concentrate on the yak 4. Make sure you get...
- Tue Jun 20, 2017 10:39 am
- Forum: General Kayak and Fishing Questions
- Topic: looking to buy a kayak
- Replies: 11
- Views: 1722
There are as many views on choice of kayak as their are kayaks, so please forgive me if this reply confuses you somewhat. I will start by disagreeing (with respect) to those who would advise you to avoid so called "cheap Chinese " kayaks. By far the majority of kayaks on the market these days come o...
- Wed May 24, 2017 11:59 pm
- Forum: Estuary Reports
- Topic: Biggest bream I've ever seen...
- Replies: 10
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Nice one. There have been some particularly big breambos in that part of "the river" of late. And they tend to hang around the rock walls in quite shallow water.