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Hi from Werribee

Postby Dublediff » 27 Feb 2018, 10:28

G'day yakkers. I am new to the world of real yaks. I had an inflatable for some time but decided that hooks and air bags don't mix. I now have a PA14. Went straight to the big guns on recommendation of a good friend who had been using the same for a couple of years. Sorted it all out with the rear milk crate box for my tackle and bucket for all of the fish, anchor, extra rod holders etc. Fitted a 12v gauge and extra usb and cig points to charge the phone, etc etc. New fish finder. Ready to go. Oh oh, these things are heavy aren't they? :oops: Well it is for me getting it onto the roof of my landcruiser. As a result I don't use it as much as I should and will probably look at an outback or maybe even the new compass. It is a shame because my PAA is so stable I can stand and cast all day and practically have boat party on the deck there is so much room. I mentioned the weight to my 'good friend' and he said he didn't take his out anymore because it was too heavy, doh! I suppose it comes with age, we both have our seniors cards, :P . Anyway, love the forum and the tips, keep them coming and tight lines. Here is my rig. I bought the trailer to make it easier to transport the yak, but now my car has to stay out in the rain, :roll:
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Re: Hi from Werribee

Postby Galey » 27 Feb 2018, 12:18

G’day Eric, welcome to the forum mate. Look forward to reading some reports on your adventures.
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Re: Hi from Werribee

Postby peatop » 27 Feb 2018, 13:16

Welcome Eric, enjoy you stay, the guys here are very helpful and knowledgeable ;) there are also a lot of them that fish around your area. The main thing is stay safe while having fun so please take the time to read the safety sections.
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Re: Hi from Werribee

Postby time2fish » 27 Feb 2018, 18:20

hi .. i have the same dilemma lol got sick of roof topping and purchased a trailer now room for my car lucky its a crappy car. worth the sacrifice lol
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Re: Hi from Werribee

Postby chrisw » 27 Feb 2018, 18:47

G'day Eric, I'm in Werribee South so may run into you one day, also have a PA14.

PS if you use the council parking area at the ramp here you may want to take advantage of the discounted annual permit available to residents if you haven't done so already.
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Re: Hi from Werribee

Postby Tim399 » 27 Feb 2018, 18:55

Welcome Eric, I used to car top my old yak on my cruiser but there’s no chance I’ll get my pa up there either. So I baught a trailer with the yak, it’s great for rigging the yak in the shed as it’s a friendly height. I tend to fish low key areas where a trailer can fit, so I love the convenience. Enjoy your stay I might see you on the water sometime :up:
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Re: Hi from Werribee

Postby bennymac » 27 Feb 2018, 19:40

Welcome Eric. Your yak looks good.

I'm new here too. Good people here.
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Re: Hi from Werribee

Postby Jacko » 05 Mar 2018, 21:27

Welcome Eric,
I trailer around my outback after finding it was getting harder to roof top. I am approaching seniors card eligibility.
I am from the east but we might catch up one day on the water.
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