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Unfortunately, due to the change in ownership of this web site and the lack of response by the owners to my requests to remove my email address from all administrative-level notifications and functionality, I have decided to remove my posts on AKFF. Thank you for the great times, the fantastic learning experiences and the many many fish. If you are desperate for the old content of this particular post, it is available below base64 encoded and bzip2 compressed.

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Na. Got two eskies for 110 bucks. Bargain. One for food n drink, the other in the yak to keep to freshies alive.

They are shrimp nets in behind the seat.
 

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Great looking ride Yakka, what brand are those eskies? I think I may have just found what i am looking for if they can fit the Outback
 

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A nice rig TOY, if I didn't own a Swing it would be a Prowler for me me also.

The pics look like a freshwater location, is that the case mate
 

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Very neat looking unit ..... great piccies.... Fish soon to follow!

Good luck, Cheers Andybear :lol:
 

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YakAtak said:
The penny just dropped, we have met before! We had a quick chat up at wivenhoe a few weeks back mate, good to see you found us. ;)
Karl

You're right it's Mr 1 bass and 1 golden perch, I also had a yap :wink:
 
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Saw you too at Wivenhoe, you are responsible for me now wanting to get a Prowler 13. :D

Great lookin boat, I was thinking that while I was watching you working some schools out there. You looked so stable yet capable of turning on some speed when you needed to. :)

Great colour too. is that an Angler series?

Welcome to the board, a great bunch of guys here!

Cheers
 

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I have never seen I nicer or more professional looking yak. Come to think of it it looks just like mine.
 

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Blaen said:
Great looking ride Yakka, what brand are those eskies? I think I may have just found what i am looking for if they can fit the Outback
They are from IceKool. Refer to photo's. I brought two x 25 litre models, based on the fact that they are not so heavy when fully loaded as a opposed to the 50 litre models, which where another $40.00 more expensive than the 2 x 25's. Got 'em on special in Morayfield at Outback Adventures. ($55..00 ea), which was cheaper than a Willio at KMart at the time.

Definitely strong. You can stand or sit on 'em, probably even use one as a chock under the car....
 

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Peril said:
Welcome TOY. Nice looking rig. How's the fishing been?
I've had some fun and I think the hook is well and truly set.I posted a couple of pictures on the Catch Of The Day page of some that I caught up on Wivenhoe on the morning that I met a few akff memebers a few weeks ago now. Hence I'm a new member.
 

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Blaen said:
Great looking ride Yakka, what brand are those eskies? I think I may have just found what i am looking for if they can fit the Outback
They are from IceKool. Refer to photo's. I brought two x 25 litre models, based on the fact that they are not so heavy when fully loaded as a opposed to the 50 litre models, which where another $40.00 more expensive than the 2 x 25's. Got 'em on special in Morayfield at Outback Adventures. ($55..00 ea), which was cheaper than a Willio at KMart at the time.

Definitely strong. You can stand or sit on 'em, probably even use one as a chock under the car....
We have one of these little esky's we use for day trips or as a second esky for long trips.

Great little units, tough and keep ice for a good amount of time.

I think IceKool, IceMate and EvaKool are all product lines of the same parent company, all aimed at different price points. We've got an IceMate 108 litre as well which is our main esky and its brilliant :)
 
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