Once upon a time the decisions were be a rag and stick man [sail] or a stinkboat man.andybear said:The more I hear about these Hobies, I think I want one, but I'm not sure...I'm so confused :?
One minute I want a swing, then I want a predator.
'Radonakis' has a ring about it mate, and to me is an indication of a never giving up type of character [a characteristic also needed in fishing], its one I liked when you wrote it in an earlier post.Gatesy said:the tommy radonakis" ........ What is more australian then a binge drinking, chain smoking, deep voiced aussie that looks like he has been hit with the back of an axe :?:
what about "Achilles" - seems apt after your first peddle in her resulted in your ankle injury!Gatesy said:Had thought about "michelinka" (nice way of saying michelin man in czech) but it sounds like i am building some temple to the AEEGF as it is too close to her name and mine too for that matter :roll: .
Had thought about "the matron" because the first fish was a seargent bakers. At school we had the seargent major (close enough of a connection for me) and then matron and they were both scary.
Also though about "the tommy radonakis" as a piss take on all the ferries that have names of ex sporting stars (some are a bit questionable in my eyes). What is more australian then a binge drinking, chain smoking, deep voiced aussie that looks like he has been hit with the back of an axe :?: (hence my question aboutboat names having to be female)./
davey g do u have any suggestions