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    Posted: 08†November†2018 at 4:59pm
WHO FISHING THIS WEEKEND
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Errr probs not...looks windy for quite a while!
Time to buy some more tackle on line 😊
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Windy weekends can be very expensive. Just bought a load of bits from Force4 to screw onto my boat as we can't go fishing (again). 
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And itís still only Friday....
Think of what an indolent weekend indoors will cost!
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Originally posted by Salar Salar wrote:

Windy weekends can be very expensive. Just bought a load of bits from Force4 to screw onto my boat as we can't go fishing (again).†


Yes definitely agree with that
New Chartplotter, Radar, AIS, Vhf Antennas purchased yesterday I bet know when I have the boat on a service rack to fit the weather will change for the better and the cod will appear in numbers !!!
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Wow, that is an expensive w/e!
Look forward to seeing the fit out...
I thought I was splashing out with another colour of avet. 😀
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Well have been planning on doing it for some time and I feel it is all needed for safety but this morning have now added speakers and music system and if you have a radar arch you got to have spotlights
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What spot lights did you get. Have wondered about that before and again the other week when coming back from Bramble in the dark with no moon. You can obviously see buoys, other boats but not what is immediately in front.
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Spot lights? I was brought up to use night vision i.e. red lights on board to save your eyes. The good old days they used to put a patch over one eye to improve night vision but that was before LED and big batteries on boardLOL
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Spotlights will totally kill your night vision. OK for finding a buoy or marker post but please don't drive around with headlights like it was the M27 - I've seen that done and it is very confusing for other vessels!
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