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Old 23 March 2009, 15:59   #1
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Sib been christened

Well finally got out to fish with a mate saturday the 21th me daughers 15th birthday ,and the 2 of us had 3 thornback ray each ,6 to 6lb and over whoppee picys on WSF forum if anyone intrested ,not put on here as this being a rib n sib forum TIGHT LINES ,,,,,,,,,,,,SHANE
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Old 23 March 2009, 17:42   #2
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Nice one, Shane.

Half a dozen Roker, and no punctures, excellent maiden voyage!



We were due to fish off of Suffolk on Saturday, but a disintegrated aux belt tensioner on the van put paid to that one. Limped back home as the sun was rising.

Shame, a mate of mine was due to be towing our Zodiac out to some very productive fishing grounds he works, with his his boat. The nearest I got to a giant Cod was the picture of one he had pulled up, sent via his mobile phone, later that morning. Balls. thing had a head like a Labrador.

We will make another attempt this coming weekend.





Get your pics up, Shane. RIBs / SIBs make ideal fishing platforms, and any objections would be idiocy in the extreme.
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Old 23 March 2009, 18:09   #3
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Jesus Christ,

What a brilliant video..........makes me want to get my boat out and go fishing NOW..!!

Awesome bit of video,congratulations
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Well done Shane mate. Its been a long time coming.

I'll second that Howey, that is a great video!
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Old 24 March 2009, 14:46   #5
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Cheers gents ill get some pics up.............SHANE
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great post

what a fantastic day it must have been,

great looking sib, conditions looked perfect from your pics, sea looks like olive oil , doesn't look like you had to battle the sea current.

Did you anchor up?
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Wayne,

What device were you using to take those underwater videos? That river perch video was absolutely amazing! The perch obviously sensed something was not quite right about that bait, but ultimately, just couldn't resist!
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Whenever I see a picture of a manta being held, I just can't help but think;

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