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  1. Hi Davo Welcome to the site, mate how do you know it is overheating, is it because an alarm goes off? Reason I ask is I had a 40hp Mariner outboard many years ago and spent quite a bit of money trying to track down a perceived overheating problem, based on an alarm going off, the mechanic at the time was about to check the lower galleries for blockages when I asked if he could check if the alarm was faulty and it was, just food for thought Davo. MSB
  2. Hi Aal Two spots that I fished land based whenever I holidayed there was the rocks area that divides Shark Bay and Woody Heads, you can walk out at low tide and fish the run in for the first 2 hours for flathead and whiting, rocks are scattered all over the place so you just have to work the area, other spot is River Rd on Palmers Island on the Yamba side of the Clarence River, rocks walls run all along River Road and I used to fish for flathead last 2 hours of the run out and for whiting first 2 hours of the run in, as far as catching livies go you can use a jig at Browns Wharf, lots of herring and small tailor, or alternatively, you can buy a plastic bait trap or make one yourself , lots of videos on the web about how to make your own and the sort of areas to place them in. Word of warning about fishing Iluka and Yamba, if you go at school holiday time you will have plenty of company. MSB
  3. Hi Aal Welcome to the site mate. As Darren said ideal time to catch flathead at that time of year, you haven't mentioned if you are land based or have a boat, if you have a boat plenty of places to try as the Clarence is a big river system, if you are land based you will still have plenty of options, also an ideal time of year to pick up whiting further up the river this time of year. I haven't fished the area for a number of years however it is a terrific place to spend your time. Another option is just to search google for tips on fishing the area as there is a lot of info on the net. Hope you have some luck. MSB
  4. Absolutely brilliant ellicat
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    Thanks for posting this one ellicat, bit easier then the system i currently have MSB
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    Kayak (which One)

    The chicken you cooked for the Donnybrook trip will tip him over Benno
  7. If you don't want to eat those moses Brad I will have them
  8. Mate I will take a couple if they are 32cm +, you are correct they are excellent eating, wasn't aware of the difference in growth rate between the different species so thanks for pointing that out, hope you catch a few
  9. Hi Dropbear Age of bream for the length is a real issue for me , I just don't take them regardless of length, fillet of a so called legal bream is piss poor , from what I have read a legal bream is aprox 10 years old, not worth the effort, sorry mate don't mean to spoil your party
  10. Hi ellicat looks like it would work on the same principal as the old tackle back does for retrieving lures?
  11. Brilliant stuff Allnighter, I used to fish that area with my Brother in Law in the 70's & 80's catching snapper just like you have in your hands, keep up them posts MSB
  12. you are a a gem ellicat
  13. Wherever you are moving to Bennno, make sure you stay safe and send us some fishing pics MSB