My new kayak

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yellowcod
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My new kayak

Post by yellowcod » Fri Jun 10, 2016 7:34 pm

hi just a few pics of my new kayak.
Very stable,easy to use and the best seat ever.
Fishing trip planned for he morning.
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bertros
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Re: My new kayak

Post by bertros » Fri Jun 10, 2016 8:12 pm

Howdy yellowcod.

How does the reservoir fish? What sort of species are on offer up there?
Yak PB's: Australian Salmon - 70cm; Bream - 40cm; Bonito - 62cm; cobia - 81cm; Estuary Perch - 32.5cm; Flathead - 57cm; Groper - 50cm; Kingfish - 108cm; Mulloway - 130cm; Snapper - 60cm; Spotted Mack - 110cm; Squid (hood) - 34cm; Tailor - 50cm; Silver Trevally - 41cm; Whiting - 39cm

yellowcod
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Re: My new kayak

Post by yellowcod » Fri Jun 10, 2016 8:16 pm

hey bertros cooby dam is full of murray cod and yellowbelly.
i hope to put a report on here tomorrow if the wind stops.

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Re: My new kayak

Post by Patwah » Sat Jun 11, 2016 12:46 am

Greta stuff Yellow, hope you nail a few

yellowcod
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Re: My new kayak

Post by yellowcod » Sat Jun 25, 2016 4:11 pm

Just installed a Railblazer rod holder on top of my pedal system.Looks good can't wait to try it out next trip.
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unsinkable2
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Re: My new kayak

Post by unsinkable2 » Sat Jun 25, 2016 5:12 pm

Good stuff mate. Yellowbelly should be on the chew in the northern arm atm.
Cheers, Owen.
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~40kg 165cm cobia, 176cm/35kg big dawg, 107cm longtail, 87cm snapper, 49cm mangrove jack, 57cm kingy, 55cm yella, 45cm bass, 65cm trophy grinner and a bigger moses perch than nezevic

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Dodge
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Re: My new kayak

Post by Dodge » Sat Jun 25, 2016 10:11 pm

Nice yaks mate, there is one getting a solid workout on the GC and owner is very happy with the boat.
cheers RICHO

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