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Memo

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Hi guys,
These are the pics of new boat that I was talking.
 

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Memo

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2nd piccy

thats a 5m aluminum boat with a 40hp 4 cylinder double carb'ed mariner magnum.
 

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Memo

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Yes fuzz these are the sargos and parrots :) The waters are extremely clear at the correct season but at that time, due to a recent flood the vision was really poor..
 

Oldsarge

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I like aluminum. It weighs less so needs a smaller tow vehicle and a smaller outboard. If you punch a hole in it, it's easy to rivet in a patch instead of reglassing the thing. Some complain that it is noisier but I believe the trade-off is better for the metal . . . and it costs less, too!
 
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miles

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Hiya Memo

Nice Boat!!! Good to see that you're getting out and spearing some fish!!! :D :D

Regards
miles
 
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Amphibious

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sweet rig Memo! that little fish far left - you eat them? I use to shoot dozens of them as a kid and use them for bait, they taste good?

now all your missing is the bow mounted .50cal :martial
 

miles

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Hiya will

We also get those fish in South Africa. Locally known as black tail (pretty obvious where it got its name from). A very difficult fish to shoot in False Bay. Further north they are much more plentiful and much easier to shoot. But nobody shoots them on our east coast. Considered a baitfish here.

miles
 

Amphibious

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we used them as target practice - 1000's of the little buggers one every peir/dock in KSA. the philipino guys used to trade us fish for smokes back then (young and foolish as I was). seemed like a damn good deal to us.
 

Memo

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Hi Will, The far left fish is the result of a target practice :eek: (but you know If you shoot something you have to eat it :D )

I'm completely agree with you old sarge, aluminum is a good boat material and because of the weight issue it performs great :D

Mies, guess what? I'm in city again! :( and I'm afraid there will be a mandatory 6 to 12 months break for me to quit spearing... :waterwork
 

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we call them sargo and they are extremely tasty here, one of my favorite:p
 

fuzz

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Originally posted by Memo
Mies, guess what? I'm in city again! :( and I'm afraid there will be a mandatory 6 to 12 months break for me to quit spearing... :waterwork

I feel your pain.
 
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