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Post  chris davis on Tue Jan 26 2010, 06:42

Hi All,
I have just sold the boat and purchased a Sea doo Gti 155, with the legend rod holder.
I work in Grey Lynn and keep the ski under my office.
I can quite ofter go out for 2-4 hours mid week , so if anyone is keen , My number is 0274810008.
Beware , im an Aussie with a fast mouth.
Look forward to meeting you all .
Chris
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PWC : Sea doo gti 155
Best fish landed on your ski : 18 Pound snapper
Age : 49
Location : Point Chev Auckland
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Registration date : 2010-01-19

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Re: newbie from point chev

Post  memfis on Wed Jan 27 2010, 08:37

hey Chris if you live there where would you put ski in water? i drive down from warkworth and put it in at browns bay or bayswater all depends on who im meeting and where we are going! you should come out when we all meet up! its all good!! Extreme is sortin out a day on water within the next week or so! so keep ya eyes peeled brutha.. O yes and welcome. Memfis lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol!
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Post  Peter-j on Thu Jan 28 2010, 06:50

Hey Chris,
i live in pt chev also and usually launch at Takapuna. home is only about 10-15 minutes from the ramp. top catch on barry points road is always open, so easy to get supplies, ice etc on the way.
maybe heading out on week end.

cheers,

Peter-j 021 922 023 sunny
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Hey Fellas

Post  chris davis on Sat Jan 30 2010, 22:30

Thanks for the welcome Peter j and Memfis.
Im dead keen to come out with some like minded fishermen / adrenaline junkies.
I keep my ski under my office in Grey Lynn in case of the quick need for mental health through the week.
I have been launching at west haven , but i guess Takapuna would seem smarter , as its closer to the fish.
Is it hard to find a park ?
Are there better times to use the ramp ?
I have two kids , so pass outs on the weekend are there but limited, mostly friday evening or Saturday morning .
Im looking forward to meeting you guys.
Do you know anyone with a Sea doo Gti 155 that has fitted a sounder, as i want some ideas of how not to drill holes in the hull.
Cheers Guys
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Number of posts : 12
PWC : Sea doo gti 155
Best fish landed on your ski : 18 Pound snapper
Age : 49
Location : Point Chev Auckland
Job/hobbies : company director
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Post  Peter-j on Sun Jan 31 2010, 11:03

Chris,
Give me a call and come over ot look at my Yamaha setup if you like. it may give you some ideas on your FF install. 021 922023 Peter-J
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Number of posts : 34
PWC : Yamaha 2006 XLT 1200
Best fish landed on your ski : 14.8lb (75cm) Snapper 17/1/2010
Age : 48
Location : Launch mostly from Takapuna
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