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Anchor holder

Postby nichwan » 10 Apr 2021, 19:43

Had some left over 5mm x5083 from a previous project so decided to do an arvo project.

Some cutting with my jigsaw and filing with my file and ...

This will hold the anchor line for my yak
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Anchor.jpg
Gummy shark - 121cm, Elephant Shark 60cm, leather jacket- 28cm, flathead - 50cm, pinkie - 36cm, Salmon - 48.5cm, silver trevally - 29cm, zebra fish - 28cm, Gurnard - 46cm, Tailor - 36CM, Bass - 38cm, Bream 43cm, garfish 32cm, ludrick 30cm
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Re: Anchor holder

Postby peatop » 12 Apr 2021, 11:24

Nice, most, myself included seem to use the 250mm hand line reel very convenient but not free :shhh:
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Yak PBs kingfish (about this big <>>><), squid 39 cm, king george 42 cm, snapper 72 cm, gummy 122 cm, 71cm flatty (estimated )do we count toadies?
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Re: Anchor holder

Postby nichwan » 12 Apr 2021, 19:58

I painted it
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Gummy shark - 121cm, Elephant Shark 60cm, leather jacket- 28cm, flathead - 50cm, pinkie - 36cm, Salmon - 48.5cm, silver trevally - 29cm, zebra fish - 28cm, Gurnard - 46cm, Tailor - 36CM, Bass - 38cm, Bream 43cm, garfish 32cm, ludrick 30cm
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The force is strong in this one
 
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Location: Frankston
kayak: Dag Midway
Real Name: Nic


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