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Hey rayke1938

Yes, I know I struggled to even get out of my bed at 6:30AM this morning, I can't imagine what it would've been like at half past four in the morning.

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Good job on the bass and tandans as well! Also, I don't know if it shows for you or anyone else but the report is repeated a couple of times. 

Cheers Hamish

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9 hours ago, GregOug said:

Hey Ray. Love to try for some of those bass. I know you’ve told us many times before but is there a limit on the size of engine allowed on NPD? Mine’s only 200hp. Is that okay?

Hi Greg, no fuel powered engine allowed on NPD at all.

Electric powered crafts allowed for PRFMA boating access permit holders (see  )

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