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      1. Thanks guys n gals for your good advice, We done the trip to Hervey Bay for a week of fishing, I must say I was impressed with the place, The bay is huge with a lot of reefs, The sandy straights also has some good reefs, The weather started out a bit blowy, the bay was very choppy especially in my 3.9m Quinny, we got tossed around heaps and had a sore back for 3 days from it, However, nothing was going to stop us from having a go. the r est f the week was good weather except the day we left were it was perfect, I didn't wat to leave. Over the week we tried several locations, from out passed the Urangan Pier, to the Sandy Straights behind Woody Island and some of its reefs, 2 days at River Heads up the Susan. Finished the week fishing with the masses on the Urangan Pier were the bait fish was thick, Spotted mackerel carving through and some massive GT's, however no one could catch a thing, every one was using live Herring, Some young guy walks up and drops a frozen half of Pilchard in and was on in seconds for an under sized Spotted Mackerel. How ever it was still a good day with great views and lots of Turtles and little Rays, The water was crystal clear. Over the week we caught lots of fish species we don't get on the Tweed River, I caught my first King Thread fin, sadly it was only 57cm (legal size is 60cm) and in a matter of minutes the misses lands a Blue Thread Fin Salmon at 58cm, it turns out we could have kept that one "NOOOOOOOO" . Most of our fish was under sized except a Flathead, We ate that one. No Coral Trout or Barra this time round, but we did get a lot of other little reef fish including a Bone Fish. Next time I go there I now know the Spots to go, I can't wait This is only a few of the fish we caught.
      2. 5.0 metre tinny, 3 years old, 3.0 mm transom and bottom, 2.0 mm sides, built in fibreglass floor, floatation foam and European CE certification, all boats built in Europe must be certified for their safe use, regardless of where in the world they are sold. C – Inshore: is for boats operating in coastal waters and large bays and lakes with winds to Force 6, (27 knots), and significant seas 2 metres high. Ideal for offshore, Wide Bay, dams and impoundment legal yet able to run in rivers and creeks in shallow water. Fitted with 3 year old Honda four stroke smart tiller 30hp with less than 80 hours use,still has nearly 5 years left on transferable warranty, planes at over 20 knots (40 kph) with over 300 kg of weight inside with standard prop, very economical to run. Boat is ideal for families or a dedicated fishing platform, is deep hulled, huge interior space, nearly 2.0 metres between bench seats, there is 640 mm between the front seat and enclosed bow area and 430 mm from the rear seat to the transom, seats are 500 mm wide allowing huge casting decks to easily be fitted. Has two full support, swivel chairs fitted.Twin batteries and isolating switch, fused 6 panel switches. A Raymarine dragonfly 5 wide spectrum CHIRP Down Vision fish finder and separate Dragonfly 5 GPS chart plotter are fitted on RAM mounts for the skipper with a bow mounted Raymarine dragonfly 4 wide spectrum CHIRP Down Vision fish finder on RAM mounts for the crew or to use when fishing alone, twin transducers fitted. New handheld VHF marine radio, Epirb unregistered, safety gear, low profile navigation lights, bilge pump, 12 v outlet, anchor light and tiller extension supplied. Stainless steel drink holders, four rod holders, new southsea boat cover included. Redco sportsman 1 tonne trailer, 2 speed winch with spectra cable, new springs, brake cables, rollers, slides, bearings and hubs less than 2 years ago, bearing buddies, led lights, new tyres, alloy wheels, easy load roller system, easy one man launch / retrieve, no standing waist deep to load or shouting at the missus to hold the boat, oversized trailer for rig to suit adding enough camping equipment, food, supplies extra fuel for extended camping trips, trailer is 260 kg, boat / outboard is 300kg, allowing 440 kg of additional gear to be carried. ONLY selling due to ill health, stroke followed by multiple operations and boat is just not being used. $10,500. Will consider selling separately depending on offers, No swaps, no payment plans. Is faster and drier riding than my mates Buster 420 with a 40 hp on the back, has thicker hull and topsides too without the ribs and aftermarket floor that allows sinkers/hooks and debris to fall into hull and allow electrolysis to rot the bottom out.