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BarneyB

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  1. Our economic value to the state is actually far higher than that of the commercial sector.....
  2. Options 1 and 2 appear to me to give PIRSA too much say...........
  3. Soak the leather sheath in oil.
  4. First we need an organisation looking after our interests that can be trusted to actually do the job. The present mob only see the licence as a way to bigger pay cheques for themselves. Yes, Victoria has shown it can be done well given the right management. Personally the cost does not concern me as I am exempt under the Victorian model, my major concern is that we need a major shake up of the system in SA BEFORE a licence is implemented.
  5. And Pasteta, which is made from pork liver and bacon
  6. Thanks Adrian, my Pam loves it and Milly the dog gets excited as soon as she smells the liver, begs for her share. Thanks also Underpants, will be trying your Pate.
  7. Are you willing to share that recipe mate?
  8. Have a look here mate: http://www.pir.sa.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0003/266421/Rock_lobster_brochure.pdf
  9. Have not bought it but would like to, a Power Ray 1. Setup The 8-pound drone can run for about four hours on a two-hour charge as far as 98 feet below the surface. It uses sonar to collect data from surrounding objects, which accompanying software analyzes in search of fish. 2. Use The PowerRay relays images to an accompanying handheld controller or smartphone attached via a 150-foot cable. The drone can drop bait near a hook and shine its light to lure fish.
  10. Reminds me of why I wanted to settle in Darwin, but Pam did not like the humidity, funny how it did not effect her when we lived in Malaysia. Great pics as usual Adrian. Saw way too much snow down there when we did our snow survival training at Cradle Mountain.
  11. All good mate but the last one is a winner.
  12. Not sure how good the worms are at reading a calendar, they may rely more on the change of weather so if this month's run was patchy then next month should be better. Well done getting some and thanks for letting us know.
  13. Went for a drive yesterday and had a great tour of the dams and property, thanks Craig, hope to see things like this soon. My earlier post regarding "fish hotels" got me thinking about some materials we have at work that regularly go to landfill so I arranged some of the pieces, took some pics and sent them to Craig, we had a bit of a chat about it and I dropped off the first load yesterday. He is away with work at the moment but will be giving us an update soon. The dam has a lot of potential, hopefully the weather co-operates and we do not get any extreme events in the next couple of years.
  14. Photography was a hazardous job back then...
  15. Reminds me of my Kodak Brownie days, don't remember my pics coming out that well though.
  16. I wonder if something like this would help? http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-12-08/fish-hotels-protect-fish-species-in-central-qld-waterways/8104884 I believe some smaller ones have been used in SA.
  17. Fascinating subject and always enjoy seeing your pics of them, some of them even taste good.
  18. It is a Bridal Veil Stinkhorn https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phallus_indusiatus
  19. Got any of these down there Adrian?
  20. Right on the money as usual Adrian, he stocked the pond with them. Good eating fish.
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