dickhead beach drivers

gday people diff here and not very happyYellwhile on holidays down south cheynes beach (very nice place to stay),i love driving on the beach looking for salmon and other spieces, as some people would know cheynes beach is slowly but surely dissapearing, so its starting to become a little harder to get on to bluff creek which it is the bottom end of cheynes alot softer so we have to take it easy getting on and staying on other peoples tracks when possible ,so why would a bunch of dickheads go on there to cut the f--- out of the beach and make it inpossible to drive on the beach when there is only very little beach left,to those people unless your looking to have a fish  or just like driving on the beach with the boys or your family stay the f--- away you will wreck it for everyone and they will  end up closing the beachs for good just like perth beaches

DIFF

 


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I saw a classic

Wed, 2008-04-16 12:43

when I was White Hills recently. A guy turned up in what looked to be a pretty new 4wd. He saw us parked and catching a few tailor so he decided to stop quite near by.
He chose to park parralel to us, but unfortunately didn't consider the fact that as we were on a spit, where he had stopped was a lot closer to the water than we were.
Anyway, so he is happily sitting in the back of his 4wd, with his rod hanging out of the back and didn't realise the tide had come up and was lapping about 1/2 way up his tyres.
It took him awhile to get out of there and then he headed off with his tail between his legs.

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Local beach

Wed, 2008-04-16 12:55

Diff, I launch out of Albany, so Cheynes is basically a local beach for me. As you are probably aware, it comes under a LOT of pressure round peak holiday times. If people don't do the right thing it could lead to authorities prohibiting access  - and that would be a sad day.

More 'Richard Craniums' it seems. 

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Haha you really don't like

Wed, 2008-04-16 12:56

Haha you really don't like people fishing next to you do you Colin?

Have to set you up at the North Mole on a good night and sit back with some popcorn. 

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LOL Vans - Actually...

Wed, 2008-04-16 13:01

No Vans Laughing, actually it's quiet the reverse - I miss the companionship of fellow fishers that I had in Perth. Mind you, we do tend to avoid Cheynes, Emu Point etc when it's PEAK season. There's company and then there's madness LOL.

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Haha Dreamweaver, that was

Wed, 2008-04-16 13:06

Haha Dreamweaver, wrong Colin, that was aimed at Colin Hay...

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Doh!

Wed, 2008-04-16 13:13

LMAO Vans - gawd, it's very confusing. 

 

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Good one Peter

Wed, 2008-04-16 13:16

Now you've stirred up my mate in Albany.
I don't mind people fishing close to me - as long as there 1/2 a mile away. But, seriously, I do get cheesed off if I have been burleying up for an hour and people come and set up 10 yards away and cast across me.

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LOL - Secret weapon

Wed, 2008-04-16 13:24

LOL Colin - actually for those of you that feel hard done by, when you get unreasonably encroached upon when fishing off groynes/moles, I could lend you my secret weapon! Wink

MY WIFE!

Her casting accuracy leaves a LOT to be desired, often releasing the line when the rod is at (or approaching) the top of the swing. She gets excellent height, but buga all distance or direction accuracy. Absolutely wonderful for removing fishos that insist fishing too close (3 high velocity sinkers at their feet are very discouraging). Even birds have been known to seek different air space. Tongue out

That's why I bought the boat (believe me? Sealed) - even she can't stuff up dropping a snapper sinker into the water.

 

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I am sure

Wed, 2008-04-16 13:34

she has been fishing next to me a few times Colin. Often she has been disguised.

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I wonder where she dissapeared to!

Wed, 2008-04-16 13:37

I wonder where she dissapeared to Colin. Laughing

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HAHAHHAA at your wife's

Wed, 2008-04-16 13:51

HAHAHHAA at your wife's casting Colin (Dreamweaver)!

I might try letting go at the top of the arc with a 5oz sinker next time i'm at the mole, everyone will then know why i'm wearing a stackhat.

Kinda reminds me of the extremely funny story of "Flying Boots" in Cuey's book

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Yes exactly Vans!

Wed, 2008-04-16 14:33

Yes, exactly VANS Laughing

Actually my twin brothers 'trace tangled in the bushes' retreival technique is more dangerous - last time I went bream fishing with him I wore a very high velocity spoon sinker right in the forhead! (why he was using a spoon sinker I'll never know!)

Went like this - woooooooooosh - KAPOW! - f*&^%(!!! Yell

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Sorry diff that was probley

Wed, 2008-04-16 19:05

Sorry diff that was probley me that cut the beach up as ,i had lots of trouble getting off it so ,i had to turn around quite a few times to get my run up that i needed to get out of there , Im real sorry as i do drive a nissan and dont know any better.Cool

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Kal

Wed, 2008-04-16 20:20

no kal wouldnt be you these were snakeies dougnuts and figure 8 i know somtimes we rip it up trying to get through but this was bullshit and yes get rid of that nissan and get a toyota