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Old 19 July 2009, 15:31   #31
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I am a member now !, i couldnt work out what it stood for till i did a google search, but i am signed up under the same username over there now

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ok mate invite is on its way,,,,,shane
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Old 19 July 2009, 15:33   #32
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cheers shane. All sorted.

I'll have a sift through my photos and put a few more videos together.

Got some ideas for a few videos exploring the seakeeping of sib's in some pretty trying conditions. With the weather we have had for the past few summers, sadly, i have no shortage of footage.

Should be of interest to those looking to get into the scene, and may help dispel a few myths concerning the suitability / capability of inflatable boats at sea.
fantastic wayne ,look forward to seeing the vids,,,,,,cool
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Old 20 July 2009, 06:43   #33
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What SIB's are you using for you sea fishing,?
I'm down south west Wales and will soon be making the transition from a rigid hull to a car transportable SIB.

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Old 20 July 2009, 07:51   #34
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What SIB's are you using for you sea fishing,?
I'm down south west Wales and will soon be making the transition from a rigid hull to a car transportable SIB.

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Hi there i use a seago 2.70m sib ,small 3.3 o/b for estury fishing,never going out to far and only good weather,,,,,,,i have all the safety gear ,flares ,vhf,life jacket you name it ,plus the gadgets ,fishfinder ,gps,,,,,,,just right for getting in me mates car ,had some cracking rays this year,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,and am planning a tope trip to west wales next year ,trying to get a few from my club intrested,if you are intrested in joining the club and getting some of the best advice around from some very experienced sibbers then the club has , a good few from here with top advice and experience,me im just a novice but have learn t a hell of a lot from guys from here and WORLD SEA FISHING FORUMS and am more confident all the time
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Old 20 July 2009, 08:37   #35
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Hi there i use a seago 2.70m sib ,small 3.3 o/b for estury fishing,never going out to far and only good weather,,,,,,,i have all the safety gear ,flares ,vhf,life jacket you name it ,plus the gadgets ,fishfinder ,gps,,,,,,,just right for getting in me mates car ,had some cracking rays this year,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,and am planning a tope trip to west wales next year ,trying to get a few from my club intrested,if you are intrested in joining the club and getting some of the best advice around from some very experienced sibbers then the club has , a good few from here with top advice and experience,me im just a novice but have learn t a hell of a lot from guys from here and WORLD SEA FISHING FORUMS and am more confident all the time

The west Wales tope run big, you have been warned !!!

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Old 20 July 2009, 10:05   #36
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The west Wales tope run big, you have been warned !!!

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The tope are close in at TREADDUR BAY ,THIS TIME OF YEAR CLOSER THEN A MILE from what ive seen HALF A MILE,,,,,,bullhuss allso,,,,,,,the yakkers have been getting them into double figures,,,,,,,,,,,,,the secret is ,,wear them out UNHOOK FROM THE SIDE OF THE BOAT,,,,,,,,,,,NOTHING TO BE SCARED OF ,LOL
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Trearddur Bay is in Anglesey, North Wales.

West Wales tope fishing is carried out in Cardigan and Carmarthen Bay.

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Old 20 July 2009, 10:22   #38
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[QUOTE=springwell;305514] Trearddur Bay is in Anglesey, North Wales.

West Wales tope fishing is carried out in Cardigan and Carmarthen Bay.

Bill, arh sorry got this infomation this morning ,will google it and find out more,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,mind you i have been given a closer destination DEVON allso
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Old 21 July 2009, 18:48   #39
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I didn't see any new video's as mentioned...

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Sorry, Edmund. I have about 500 Gb of underwater/ fishing / boat footage on my computer, naff all of it on the web though. I'll have to get editing! ;-)

PS. What's the popular opinion on using some tunes to accompany boat footage. Yeah or nay? The continuous drone of an outboard does get a little boring IMO.
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Old 22 July 2009, 11:13   #40
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I liked the music on the cod vid,goes well with it,be good if you could put that one on in our club so members can have a look
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