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    Quote Originally Posted by R93 View Post
    He is still a pup. Only 3 months old. Can't take away all his fun. ��
    He is however learning what NO means. Especially when I say it.



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    Let him know what your Mrs no means.... it may mean more to him.


    And you running - no wonder you had to throw something.......
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beaker View Post
    Let him know what your Mrs no means.... it may mean more to him.


    And you running - no wonder you had to throw something.......
    Prick😆

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    An hour and a bucket of blue tac later and i've nearly unpacked. Actually have some semblance of a room now hooray.
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    Mmmmmm beer!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rushy View Post
    Mmmmmm beer!
    Well that is an improvement from you're usual.
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    Not too bad a day for me. Managed to get out of the house and visit a couple of sites. I even managed to get my 'leg over' at one place. It was a nice Honda road bike.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gadgetman View Post
    Well that is an improvement from you're usual.
    So you noted that I did not say Waikato. I was in fact drinking a lager and used the wrong word but it was a passable drop GM. Forgive me Gibo but needs must. I was thirsty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rushy View Post
    So you noted that I did not say Waikato. I was in fact drinking a lager and used the wrong word but it was a passable drop GM. Forgive me Gibo but needs must. I was thirsty.
    Indeed I did note that Rushy, things are obviously improving.
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    Haven't had a tangle up like this since taking Toby out for a fish on his SI tour.



    Gotta love/hate relationship with longlines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    Haven't had a tangle up like this since taking Toby out for a fish on his SI tour.



    Gotta love/hate relationship with longlines.

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    Now there is a business opportunity for you VC. Invent an untangler.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rushy View Post
    Now there is a business opportunity for you VC. Invent an untangler.
    Good Idea! I think I will call it a "knife"......oh hang on someone bet me to it.

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    [QUOTE=veitnamcam;617993]Haven't had a tangle up like this since taking Toby out for a fish on his SI tour.

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    Why don't you use rope as your longline ? iv got some 7mm stuff I use it,s good , that said I only use it to target puka

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    [QUOTE=Boaraxa;618009]
    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    Haven't had a tangle up like this since taking Toby out for a fish on his SI tour.

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    Why don't you use rope as your longline ? iv got some 7mm stuff I use it,s good , that said I only use it to target puka
    I don't think I would fitt 7mm on my reel.
    Do you just run a dropper with 5-10 hooks for puka?

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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    Good Idea! I think I will call it a "knife"......oh hang on someone bet me to it.

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    use heavier anchors, it helps (not foolproof mind)
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikee View Post
    use heavier anchors, it helps (not foolproof mind)
    Yea I think I have Ideal weight,ankor already.....it now is only when very big Bitey things eat the fish on the line that I have any issue at all.

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