FishNdive's Fisha 500 -Rigging Added

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FishNdive's Fisha 500 -Rigging Added

Post by FishnDive » Mon Aug 24, 2015 6:34 pm

Just got back from picking this up from the depot:
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Stay tuned for the review and pimping :D
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Re: FishNdive's Fisha 500

Post by mehi » Mon Aug 24, 2015 7:02 pm

Faaarrrkkk yeah. Nice very nice ,love the clean lines, enjoy
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Re: FishNdive's Fisha 500

Post by stealthfisha » Mon Aug 24, 2015 7:11 pm

Matching duco ....clever

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Re: FishNdive's Fisha 500

Post by FishnDive » Mon Aug 24, 2015 7:30 pm

stealthfisha wrote:Matching duco ....clever
Bloody light compared to the first-gen Evo's Baggs can't wait to take it for a paddle.
Just had a look inside and mine came with the little square access hatch/battery holder in this vid pre-installed.
Not sure if they are now running out yaks fish finder ready from SA in line with what Kazkasi are doing with the Dorado II?
Maybe Dennis stuck it in as a bonus when he was putting the extra rod holders in but I thought he uses the round 4 inch hatches for his installs.
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Re: FishNdive's Fisha 500

Post by mehi » Mon Aug 24, 2015 7:35 pm

FishnDive wrote:
Bloody light compared to the first-gen Evo's Baggs can't wait to take it for a paddle.
Just had a look inside and mine came with the little square access hatch/battery holder in this vid pre-installed.

Not sure if they are now running out yaks fish finder ready from SA in line with what Kazkasi are doing with the Dorado II?
Maybe Dennis stuck it in as a bonus when he was putting the extra rod holders in but I thought he uses the round 4 inch hatches for his installs.
Geez mate you are going to have to take it back to the depot Dennis has obviously sent my boat instead of yours :lol:
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Re: FishNdive's Fisha 500

Post by MrTall » Mon Aug 24, 2015 7:53 pm

Very nice.
Congrats

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Re: FishNdive's Fisha 500

Post by FishnDive » Mon Aug 24, 2015 8:35 pm

mehi wrote: Geez mate you are going to have to take it back to the depot Dennis has obviously sent my boat instead of yours :lol:
I'll organise its return...






...eventually
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Re: FishNdive's Fisha 500

Post by Jordo » Mon Aug 24, 2015 10:43 pm

Very nice Eoin!
So you up for another race now? haha
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Re: FishNdive's Fisha 500

Post by Fishane » Mon Aug 24, 2015 10:49 pm

Great stuff Eoin, it'll be good to have you back on the water in a real yak. :lol:

The question is will you be ready for a big shark session down at Balnarring Wednesday night? No fish finders necessary, just put your rods in the holders, grab the gaff and paddle and go. ;)

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Re: FishNdive's Fisha 500

Post by crazychenski » Tue Aug 25, 2015 12:02 am

OK.... gonna borrow your ride to try when we get to Port Augusta :P

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Re: FishNdive's Fisha 500

Post by FishnDive » Tue Aug 25, 2015 7:09 am

Fishane wrote:Great stuff Eoin, it'll be good to have you back on the water in a real yak. :lol:

The question is will you be ready for a big shark session down at Balnarring Wednesday night? No fish finders necessary, just put your rods in the holders, grab the gaff and paddle and go. ;)
This week is stuffed for me Shane, no lights/anchor setup yet, which isn't a major issue, but work wise we have parent-teacher meetings across Wed/Thursday evening and one of the kids has an all-day comp on Saturday. My best bets for a fish are Friday night and Sunday.
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Re: FishNdive's Fisha 500

Post by laneends » Tue Aug 25, 2015 8:16 am

So over spec'ed for drifting Apex for flatties..lol

These things are Horizon chasers, I would have serious trouble staying in one spot for long.

Ever get a definitive answer as to the legality of rear overhangs for yaks in Vic?

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Re: FishNdive's Fisha 500

Post by FishnDive » Tue Aug 25, 2015 11:21 am

laneends wrote:So over spec'ed for drifting Apex for flatties..lol

These things are Horizon chasers, I would have serious trouble staying in one spot for long.

Ever get a definitive answer as to the legality of rear overhangs for yaks in Vic?
So are adventures mate :lol:
Sometimes it's just a win when you want to cover some k's to get to the spot, like French Island or Port Fairy.
With the overhang I'm still working on the principle of 1.2m from the rear axle. Yak is 5m but car is 4.75 so I should be well inside the limit.
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Re: FishNdive's Fisha 500

Post by Indiedog » Tue Aug 25, 2015 12:23 pm

FishnDive wrote:Sometimes it's just a win when you want to cover some k's to get to the spot, like French Island or Port Fairy.
You know you can drive from Melbourne to Port Fairy?? ;)

Nice yak.
I caught a hairtail. Weird looking phucker.

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Re: FishNdive's Fisha 500

Post by Nello » Tue Aug 25, 2015 6:25 pm

Very nice looking yak Eoin, congrats
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