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Palm Beach Australia Day

Postby spottymac » Sat Jan 27, 2007 3:20 pm

l am still resting my shoulder and can't paddle for another week, bugger :cry: :cry: :cry:
So headed down to the beach to see how a few of the boys got on.
Dennis was in early,l don't think he could fit any more fish on his yak,he had already gutted and cleaned 1 Spaniard 2 Cobia and was just starting his 4 Cobia as l got there,
He is a Legend,
Peter was in next with another nice catch, 1 Spaniard and a Cobia,
Peter was trolling live yakkas and Dennis was trolling dead baits,
Well done boys.
Darren and Andrew didn't fear as well l think Darren got a small cobia

Dennis is selling his Debu fishing kayak, $400.00 most of the locals use them at Palmy l will post detail in the for sale section
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Regards,

Stu

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Postby troppo » Sat Jan 27, 2007 4:28 pm

Those fish would have to be totally awesome to catch from a yak. Great work fellas.
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Postby JD » Sun Jan 28, 2007 11:37 am

Very nice.
Thanks John

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Re: Palm Beach Australia Day

Postby spottymac » Sun Oct 13, 2013 9:49 pm

Yes Dennis is a Legend and I owe him and Peter a lot for getting me started may years ago,
They showed me what rod and reel worked the best and the rigs they were using to catch awesome fish,
Looking forward to catching up with Dennis again this Mackerel season.
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Re: Palm Beach Australia Day

Postby cam07 » Fri Oct 18, 2013 8:14 pm

Only seemed to take 6 years 8 months and 16 days to reply to that :lol: :lol:
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Re: Palm Beach Australia Day

Postby KingCobe » Fri Oct 18, 2013 8:23 pm

Is it still that easy to go palmy and smack fish like that spotty mac ?

Looks like fun to me

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Re: Palm Beach Australia Day

Postby kayakone » Fri Oct 18, 2013 9:05 pm

Thanks Stu.

Dennis is a legend. I'll be at the Goldie tomorrow early with DennisT, Tom, and other locals, with Wrassemagnet (Jim - from Sydney), and Beekeeper (Jimbo). I understand a brekky at the surf club is happening at 9 am. If you can, please contact Dennis about this.
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Re: Palm Beach Australia Day

Postby nad97 » Fri Oct 18, 2013 9:08 pm

kayakone wrote:Thanks Stu.

Dennis is a legend. I'll be at the Goldie tomorrow early with DennisT, Tom, and other locals, with Wrassemagnet (Jim - from Sydney), and Beekeeper (Jimbo). I understand a brekky at the surf club is happening at 9 am. If you can, please contact Dennis about this.


So your coming down to try the lattes hay trev
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Re: Palm Beach Australia Day

Postby anselmo » Fri Oct 18, 2013 9:28 pm

nad97 wrote:
kayakone wrote:Thanks Stu.

Dennis is a legend. I'll be at the Goldie tomorrow early with DennisT, Tom, and other locals, with Wrassemagnet (Jim - from Sydney), and Beekeeper (Jimbo). I understand a brekky at the surf club is happening at 9 am. If you can, please contact Dennis about this.


So your coming down to try the lattes hay trev


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Re: Palm Beach Australia Day

Postby kayakone » Fri Oct 18, 2013 9:47 pm

nad97 wrote:
kayakone wrote:Thanks Stu.

Dennis is a legend. I'll be at the Goldie tomorrow early with DennisT, Tom, and other locals, with Wrassemagnet (Jim - from Sydney), and Beekeeper (Jimbo). I understand a brekky at the surf club is happening at 9 am. If you can, please contact Dennis about this.


So your coming down to try the lattes hay trev


That's it Nick. Jim (Wrassemagnet) wants to try the 477 Stealth. 577? Or whatever. Beekeeper (Jimbo) is coming as well. Could you please get Chris, Ant and other locals out of bed for brekky at the surf club around 9 am?

Please contact DennisT in regard to the welcome for the Mexican.
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Re: Palm Beach Australia Day

Postby nad97 » Fri Oct 18, 2013 9:55 pm

Trev I Dennis did a ring around this arvo so I'm he will know who's coming. I see you guys in the morning
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Re: Palm Beach Australia Day

Postby kayakone » Sat Oct 19, 2013 4:47 am

nad97 wrote:Trev I Dennis did a ring around this arvo so I'm he will know who's coming. I see you guys in the morning


Your spelling sucks Nick. :lol:
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Re: Palm Beach Australia Day

Postby anselmo » Sat Oct 19, 2013 7:51 am

kayakone wrote:
nad97 wrote:Trev I Dennis did a ring around this arvo so I'm he will know who's coming. I see you guys in the morning


Your spelling sucks Nick. :lol:

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Re: Palm Beach Australia Day

Postby kayakone » Sat Oct 19, 2013 3:36 pm

We are under siege from Irish immigrants, and now the bloody Irish spelling police are annoying us. Go chase leprechauns (did I spell that correctly)? :lol:
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Re: Palm Beach Australia Day

Postby anselmo » Sat Oct 19, 2013 11:03 pm

kayakone wrote:We are under siege from Irish immigrants, and now the bloody Irish spelling police are annoying us. Go chase leprechauns (did I spell that correctly)? :lol:


I wasn't the one going level 4 on spelling and punctuation

Leprechaun?
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