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~alan~ Posted - 30/04/2013 : 10:23:13


















































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Admin Posted - 06/06/2013 : 22:32:15
Looks like a great adventure..
andybass66 Posted - 05/06/2013 : 19:35:17
Nice pics mate
leelee Posted - 03/06/2013 : 23:07:48
Awesome shots mate. Those river shots and camping make me jealous.

Cheers

Lee
Sancho36 Posted - 02/06/2013 : 23:02:00
damn those camping spots look divine
~alan~ Posted - 07/05/2013 : 09:39:19
quote:
Originally posted by Bass1

What did you do with your Alpacka? I have seen the baylor in action in the white water, they go well in that situation but I like the Alpacka weight advantage for hike in fishing. Nice to see another Tarptent Moment out there too :-) Great pics of some wicked adventures



It's still going strong, but I tend to use it more for the creek areas where the self-bailing is not really needed (keeps the weight down too). I haven't put the baylee 1 through any 'decent' white water yet but it seems to do the job.
Bass1 Posted - 07/05/2013 : 01:03:42
What did you do with your Alpacka? I have seen the baylor in action in the white water, they go well in that situation but I like the Alpacka weight advantage for hike in fishing. Nice to see another Tarptent Moment out there too :-) Great pics of some wicked adventures
poly Posted - 06/05/2013 : 17:01:38
Some nice pics thanks for sharing
Dishley Posted - 03/05/2013 : 12:52:19
You got your jewie!! Nice dude
~alan~ Posted - 01/05/2013 : 09:23:50
quote:
Originally posted by shirebassa

GREAT pics Al!! That Jew is a cracker!! Well done my friend!!



I was pretty damn pleased with it. It was only my 3rd jew on a lure (2nd on a plastic). It fought it for about 15 minutes using a 3000 series reel (the rod/reel in the picture was being used for drifting a whole dead mullet). This fish acted strangely in that it never took a long surging run at the start, so I was calling it for an epic metre plus flathead. Took me ages to revive it after the fight, but I found that really pushing it hard back and forth got the water across its gills better than being gentle.


quote:
Originally posted by nutter

Nice work

That's not a Alpacka raft is it????????



No it isn't. This is a feathercraft baylee 1 (with the self-bailing floor option and a few of my mods). It is heavier than an alpacka but I find the benefit of the self-bailing floor more than makes up for the extra weight.
nutter Posted - 01/05/2013 : 06:39:53
Nice work

That's not a Alpacka raft is it????????
Ziggy Posted - 30/04/2013 : 21:12:27
Luv the pics.
shirebassa Posted - 30/04/2013 : 19:34:12
GREAT pics Al!! That Jew is a cracker!! Well done my friend!!
Shred Posted - 30/04/2013 : 14:49:28
awesome. love those pics of what i think is crappie gorge, mmmm next season!

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