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Old 17 June 2014, 06:17   #1
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hi all just found this site
i have been a boat user all my life work and play altho maily larger boats i have always had a sib or small rib for fun and fishing and have a great fondnes for there usability and flexibility of the hobby
at present i have a 2.7mtr loadstar with inflatable deck riged witrh a mariner 9.9hp which i have uped to a 15hp
this gives me high speed and high power as she does sometimes get used for work
my other boat is a 15ft cms alloy work boat all welded and heavy built riged with a honda 9.9 4 stroke which is used for my river logging localy

ime looking at getting back to sib fishing again this year as have been off the fishing front for a good few years while we have been renovating a old cottage but also looking to move to orkney in the next 2 years
thanks all
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Old 17 June 2014, 08:09   #2
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Welcome to Ribnet...had some Great fishing from Sibs! Especially for Bass
What you going to do in the Orkneys?..
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hi Maximus
looking for ward to getting back to sib fishing as have fond memories of going out in all weathers growing up with some decent catches out round the sound and beyond
orkney wise we are looking at buying a small turkey farm and running a set of holiday lets inbetween some casual work maybe get my self a small comercial boat again but that all depends on how long it takes to finish this place off
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hi Maximus
looking for ward to getting back to sib fishing as have fond memories of going out in all weathers growing up with some decent catches out round the sound and beyond
orkney wise we are looking at buying a small turkey farm and running a set of holiday lets inbetween some casual work maybe get my self a small comercial boat again but that all depends on how long it takes to finish this place off
Best of Luck with your planned move!...I reckon it would be almost criminal not to get a 'small commercial Boat'if you do make it up there, has to some of the best SeaFishing/Food anywhere!
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Old 19 June 2014, 06:31   #5
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Hello Stig my friend
I'm at Bournemouth and the bass here give themselves up all you have to do is whistle.
Welcome to the net Bob
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