First timer

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lostscale
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First timer

Post by lostscale » Sat Jan 12, 2013 5:28 pm

G'day fellas I am gunna have a crack at the hobie ABT this year and I was wondering if there is any tip's that any of you fellas who fish them can pass along in regards to pre-event setup and preparation and any etiquette and unwritten rules that I need to be aware of.I don't want to make enemy's on my first event.
Thank you in advance,
Kurt.
It's easy to catch fish from the lounge or a barstool.

Steve Fields
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Re: First timer

Post by Steve Fields » Tue Jan 15, 2013 2:40 pm

lostscale wrote:G'day fellas I am gunna have a crack at the hobie ABT this year and I was wondering if there is any tip's that any of you fellas who fish them can pass along in regards to pre-event setup and preparation and any etiquette and unwritten rules that I need to be aware of.I don't want to make enemy's on my first event.
Thank you in advance,
Kurt.
Hi Kurt,
The best tip I can give (which is standard practice) is to shout every a beer at the pub at each event for the first year.
:lol:

lostscale
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Re: First timer

Post by lostscale » Tue Jan 15, 2013 5:31 pm

No worries Steve,you provide the sponsorship $$$ and I will buy the beer's :lol:
It's easy to catch fish from the lounge or a barstool.

justcrusin
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Re: First timer

Post by justcrusin » Wed Jan 16, 2013 8:59 pm

the kayak boys are pretty relaxed Kurt just roll up an say gday, i'll have a pure blonde thanks mate :)

Cheers Hedgy

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Re: First timer

Post by chrisf » Thu Jan 17, 2013 11:00 pm

That's evil Mr Fields
What about the non boaters in the powered field,some of us have incite as well.
Or you hobie boys would not be there lol
it's all good :-)

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Re: First timer

Post by chrisf » Thu Jan 17, 2013 11:05 pm

If you cannot crack it as a non-boater buy a Hobie hahahaha
but seriously yacks do have their place and what Steve and the crew have done should be applauded .
it's all good :-)

lostscale
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Re: First timer

Post by lostscale » Fri Jan 18, 2013 7:03 pm

Being able to fish 9 event's in nsw and a couple in qld is the reason why I went the hobie option not the lack of skill's to be a non-boater or a boater for that matter.I may still do the main game as a non boater if time allows for the nsw round's.
Thank's for your incite.
It's easy to catch fish from the lounge or a barstool.

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Re: First timer

Post by bluefin » Tue Feb 05, 2013 7:21 pm

Being a first timer as well this year I have a few question as well please.
1. Entry forms for the basin and Clyde rounds? - every link I click on says "not available"
2. Starting locations for the above two rounds and Burrill lake

Thanks
Nick

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