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🎣🎈🎈 Strike & Hook End of Year Catch Up 🎈🎈🎣

Where: West Beach, gathering point to be confirmed at a later date.
When: Sunday 25th of November

Rock up during the day for a fish, you can catch up with other Strike & Hook fishos, take the boat out at the nearby ramp, grab a SH decky if you need one, fish off the beach. Congregate for a BBQ in the early evening for a feed, beverage and chin wag to top off the day.

Let us know if you can attend so we can gauge numbers. If you have any other comments, ideas, suggestions etc please feel free to post in the --> Strike & Hook End of Year Catch Up topic!

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Hunter69

Protecting Boat lisence

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Ive just got my lisence. A piece of paper to take out in a wet boat. 

How do you protect yours ? 

 I have created an acount for the digital app version. Id still like to hold onto the paper tho 😀

Cheers

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When i got mine from motoreg they folded it in half and laminated it for me.. Fits in the note part of my wallet good enough.. 

 

6 years and still fine.

 

 

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I scanned mine, then printed it as a smaller version (several copies) and laminated the small copies.

One in the wallet, 1 in the boat... all the time

Had a PDF in my fone too... until I lost the micro-SD card😭

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I used my vac-packer, almost like being laminated.

Pretty s**t that they are just paper and a boat license. I'm not sure what part of boat + paper makes sense 🙄!?

 

1 hour ago, Hunter69 said:

Yeh good idea. Il have to try and find someone to laminate it. 

Try your local library.

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G'day

I bought an el cheapo laminator about 12 years ago from dick smiths.  Still works like a treat and has done many laminated sheet including a4 marine charts, engine fault codes, safety gear, bag limits, etc etc etc

You can pick them up for around $20, great investment

Cheers

Rod

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