Is the Yak shed Dying a slow Death

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Re: Is the Yak shed Dying a slow Death

Post by BBY » Wed Jan 01, 2020 9:49 am

Well the fiahing happened a couple of weeks ago, there were some fish caught, a 6yo had hia first yak fishing experience......the trip report is still coming unofrtunately.

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Re: Is the Yak shed Dying a slow Death

Post by GSDave » Sun Jan 05, 2020 3:33 pm

G'day all, I've very recently gotten back paddling the kayak & fishing after a few years off due to injuries & work commitments. I got out a few days before Xmas & again on New Years Day, got a big squid on first trip & only got exercise on second trip (which is hard but am enjoying almost as much as catching fish).

I look forward to more time on the water and on this forum of course.

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Re: Is the Yak shed Dying a slow Death

Post by Swabio » Mon Apr 27, 2020 2:37 pm

Hmmmm I have been overseas for the last three years... so have not been on the yak in about four years.....

I do long to get back into it, on return to Australia....... although we are looking at at least one to two years for that to happen.....

I echo the thoughts, IMHO Forums are better than FB... I do notice TYS is the last forum standing, with KFDU gone, and I don't really count AKFF any more.....

I do read a bit, but the lack of ability to get on a yak diminishes my interactions... I don't really have much to contribute at the moment.



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Re: Is the Yak shed Dying a slow Death

Post by Indiedog » Tue Apr 28, 2020 7:36 pm

Great post!
I caught a hairtail. Weird looking phucker.

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Re: Is the Yak shed Dying a slow Death

Post by andybear » Thu May 07, 2020 7:12 am

Last one standing all right.............but it has been great, and so many kayaks out there!

Not dead yet.

Cheers and best wishes to all. Andybear
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