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About samsteele115

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  • Birthday 20/12/92

Profile Information

  • Location
  • Interests
    fishing, cricket


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  • State
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  • Occupation
    Keith Dudgeon Cricket Specialist
  • Hobbies


  • Fishing Types
    Freshwater and Impoundment Fishing
    Estuary and Coastal Fishing
    Offshore and Reef Fishing
  • Favourite Lure
  • Favourite Bait
    I don't really use it
  • Best Catch
    First Longtail Tuna

Personal Bests

  • Tailor
  • Bass
    44cm Creek, 43cm Impoundment
  • Kingfish
  • Bream
  • Cod
    35cm Estuary
  • Mackerel
    85cm Spotted, 65cm School
  • Flathead
  • Saratoga
  • Tuna
    115cm Longtail, 90cm Mac, 60cm Skipjack, 45cm Frigate
  • Snapper
  • Grassy Sweetlip
  • Jewfish
  • Shark
    1m Whaler
  • Trevally
    89cm Golden, 60cm Brassy, 40cm Longnose, 35cm Giant
  • Whiting


  • Boat Owner
  • Boat Type
    Motor Boat
    Motor Boat with Trailer

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  1. Cricket 2017-2018

    So sick of the Marsh's!! Hohns' "selecting for the future" policy of not considering older players who dominate the shield like Cowan, Ferguson, Klinger and others due to their age is the epitome of hypocrisy when a mediocre 34 year old with a batting average less than his age gets selected for making a couple of 50s this season. Logic? Renshaw should have stayed, Bancroft bat at 6 and Shaun Marsh never ever again to be selected. He's had 7 chances to cement a spot and failed.
  2. for sale Fs Quintrex Renegade 420 Ts Yamaha F50fehtl 4stroke

    Thanks guys, already got so much interest it looks like it wont last long!
  3. for sale Fs Quintrex Renegade 420 Ts Yamaha F50fehtl 4stroke

    Yep it's advertised elsewhere
  4. for sale Fs Quintrex Renegade 420 Ts Yamaha F50fehtl 4stroke

    Plenty of good memories that's for sure. Hahahah but how could I ever forget that one! What an adventure
  5. for sale Fs Quintrex Renegade 420 Ts Yamaha F50fehtl 4stroke

    Thanks mate! Yep having a break of sorts haha. Wouldnt mind spending the cash on an overseas trip
  6. Hey guys, been a while since posting. Hope you are all well! Unfortunately it's time to move on my rig to a new owner. I've had many good memories in this little beast! With plenty of AFO members included. $15,500 2015 Quintrex Renegade 420 TS Yamaha F50FEHTL 4stroke I bought this ready-to-fish 2015 model brand new and has been a very versatile fishing machine. The Quintrex Blade Hull design creates the driest and smoothest riding tinny in its class. I have not been in a drier boat of similar size and it feels like you are riding in a much bigger boat. The 2.2m wide beam creates a very stable and solid fishing platform, even in light offshore conditions. Along with it's riding ability it is also very practical with comfortable seats and plenty of fishing room and ridiculous amount underfloor storage space. It has always been garaged and cleaned after every use, including the trailer always sprayed with Lanox to help prevent corrosion. The 2015 Yamaha 50hp 4stroke tiller steer with electronic tilt and trim offers top of the range technology that assists in creating one of the most reliable and fuel efficient outboards on the market. The range is incredible, getting 150km a tank (around 3km/l). The key start results in a first time every time ignition and this outboard has not missed a beat in its 300 hours of use. It is an exceptionally smooth and quiet outboard and is easy to forget it is on when fishing! Always flushed and cleaned after every use and service log book is up to date. Features: -Heavy duty Oceanic galvanised braked trailer 1000kg -Lowrance Elite 7 Chirp sounder and transducer with maps and marks -Minn Kota Riptide ST 55lb thrust with gps, hand remote and foot pedal -GME marine radio -3 marine batteries -8 months boat and trailer rego -50l underfloor fuel tank -Electronic fuel gauge -Live bait tank -Fuel filter and water separator -Automatic bilge pump -Navigation lights -Extra seat spigot position -10 rod holders -Inshore safety gear including flares -2 Lifejackets -2 paddles -Anchor and rope -Trailer coupling lock -Flushing muffs Thanks, Sam
  7. The Right Boat.

    420 is mine @kmcrosby78 Happy to take you for a ride @Drop Bear if you're interested.
  8. Rods And Reels For Sale

    Legend thanks mate.
  9. Rods And Reels For Sale

    Actually na forget about it, you've caught me in a good mood with the multiple purchase I'll post tomorrow
  10. Rods And Reels For Sale

    Hey Lance, I've been on the phone to Wayne and he was happy to take the $75 Stradic. But the other one and Rarenium 4000 is still up for grabs. Because I have listed at my lowest price would you be ok if I add 10 bucks for postage?
  11. Rods And Reels For Sale

    Hey guys, long time no post. I hope everyone has been well. I unfortunately need to move on some gear to pay for unforeseen expenses. Shimano Rarenium 1000fa. mechanically and cosmetically very good. 6lb braid. Spare spool. $115 Shimano Symetre 2500. old school and scratched up but still smooth. 10lb Sunline super pe. $30 Nordic Stage Aerial Pro. the best light tackle rod I've ever used and will be sorry to see it go. Excellent condition. $200
  12. Question For Hervey Bay Locals Or Regulars

    But in comparison to a moreton bay ramp @Luvit its no where near as busy. And depending where you go you dont see anywhere near as many boats as moreton bay. I remember weekends heading to the top of the island and only seeing 3 or 4 boats all day.
  13. This Is Commitment

    thats so awesome haha
  14. Iluka Breambo

    haha that's awesome. Bream are funny sometimes hey, gotta target them with 3lb leader and small lures to get a bite sometimes but then other times you can get them on 60lb leader and a 5 inch plastics
  15. Pumicestone Passage

    Thats pretty good advice for a complete beginner cos it ensures the plastic is on the bottom. But when you're a bit more experienced and know when your lure is touching the bottom then lighter is defs the way to go.