Show us your Fishing Boat

Where are they biting? How big was the one you caught?
80Butts
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Re: Show us your Fishing Boat

Unread post by 80Butts » January 25th, 2013, 7:55 am

haha Lewie.. snap!
I have a quintrex 490 coastrunner.
popular little boat. we love ours. how does it get along with the 70 on it? I have a 60 which is fine for fishing, a little under powered up the river IMO ( but I'm used to driving a 300hp V8 ski boat on the river.
mine tops out at 44kph with the bigger prop and 46 with the small prop. but the small prop it wouldnt pull a greasy spoon out of a dogs bum so thats going back in the shed.
Did you launch off the beach at coffin?
I'm thinking of a family fishing holiday over there later this year. maybe when my little one is a little bit older.
have to get some pics up soon

ScaleyTom
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Re: Show us your Fishing Boat

Unread post by ScaleyTom » March 3rd, 2013, 5:56 pm

My Lil Stacer 420,

She's a salty dog for sure. Landed more fish in her than i can ever remember. Stays in the family forever, same as the Lux.


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Lewie
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Re: Show us your Fishing Boat

Unread post by Lewie » April 16th, 2013, 8:21 pm

Yeah 80Butts, it goes nicely with the 70. Love the motor. Incredibly quiet and economical and always starts first time. We go to Coffins regularly. Sometimes launch off the beach at Farm, but with the bigger boat have also began to start launching at Coffin Bay and driving the 20km out to Farm Beach.

Davo1
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Re: Show us your Fishing Boat

Unread post by Davo1 » April 16th, 2013, 11:07 pm

Here is my Brooker 4.5 side console at Moana Beach. 50hp 2st pushes it along nicely, tops out at 55km/hr and cruises all day at 35km/hr. Just about to beach launch and catch some whiting!

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TUFF.TRI
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Re: Show us your Fishing Boat

Unread post by TUFF.TRI » July 12th, 2013, 4:20 pm

some nice boats around ..here is mine its a 18ft Savage tasman with a 115ho etec
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Canuk
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Re: Show us your Fishing Boat

Unread post by Canuk » October 16th, 2013, 2:30 pm

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Who needs a boat when you've got a cabin on a frozen lake and a 4 wheel drive? :D

Some nice boats in here!

Quickboats
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Re: Show us your Fishing Boat

Unread post by Quickboats » October 31st, 2013, 1:34 pm

Here's our Quickboat :)
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Re: Show us your Fishing Boat

Unread post by nilla60 » January 3rd, 2014, 6:21 pm

My 1970s vintage Clark 14' tinny. I've just about finished doing all the bits I promised to do last time I posted a picture, at that point I'd just removed the old broken windscreen and just fitted up a new 30HP Yammy. Nice sized boat as it is an easy tow but big enough to not be too scary in a bit of wind. Rough enough to not care about a few dings and scratches on rocky shores and not to be a total thief magnet.

Retrieval was a low range affair. Water had dropped a bit and had to reverse down the rocks in the background (too much deep clay everywhere else) and try land the boat on the trailer in a fairly strong cross wind. Another benefit of a reasonably light but stout boat.
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Re: Show us your Fishing Boat

Unread post by blackntan » January 30th, 2014, 9:56 am

My morecambe bay prawner
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308junkie
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Re: Show us your Fishing Boat

Unread post by 308junkie » August 9th, 2014, 4:02 pm

heres my pelagic hunter, I caught 18 Spanish macks, 11 spooties & over 30 tuna, last pelagic season on this ski
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Chrisso82
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Re: Show us your Fishing Boat

Unread post by Chrisso82 » September 8th, 2014, 8:27 pm

Here is my 4.25 ally craft I bought from new and put it through a transformation
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Re: Show us your Fishing Boat

Unread post by Wheeliespin » February 5th, 2015, 11:24 pm

G day all a quintrex hornet wb 30 Yamaha trailer is a brake back camper with shade power winch water tank great for camping up the creeks in broome
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