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Old 27-03-2015, 10:16 AM
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And here's thinking that I made some neat leashes lol.Straps - 20130223.JPG

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Old 27-03-2015, 10:30 AM
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And here's thinking that I made some neat leashes lol.
They will definitely get you entry to the IIMC.

If you need something more heavy duty - try these - The have the option of Quick release clamps for when you're watching the rod or velcro for a more permanent hold.
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Old 27-03-2015, 10:36 AM
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Oooh we're onto something. I have the same setup for live baiting with old surfboard leg straps and large rubber rope rings to go around rocks etc - bound to the end of them. Something goes astray the rod can go flying and as long as the rock / tree the rod is tethered to doesnt move 'meh'...
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Old 27-03-2015, 10:42 AM
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Oooh we're onto something. I have the same setup for live baiting with old surfboard leg straps and large rubber rope rings to go around rocks etc - bound to the end of them. Something goes astray the rod can go flying and as long as the rock / tree the rod is tethered to doesnt move 'meh'...
Yep those were my old live baiting leashes aswell
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Old 27-03-2015, 11:43 AM
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Don't spend thousands on cars drawers when you can do it yourself for a fraction of the cost.
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Old 27-03-2015, 11:47 AM
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You can get this foam matting from Bunnings. glue t to the bottom of a basket to stop it slipping around and use it at the bottom of your storage to protect the finish.
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Old 27-03-2015, 11:50 AM
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I've set up a light off my trailer by using a few bits of spare ali tube and RHS. Drill through the RHS and add a screw in lock and you light can pivot and raise up as much as you need it.
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Old 27-03-2015, 03:16 PM
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Great idea for a thread 😀

Stinger jig.

Let's you easily tie various accurate length stingers in the line of your choice

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love this thread!

aussie redneck fixes...lol
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Don't spend thousands on cars drawers when you can do it yourself for a fraction of the cost.
I'm with your Bear - nothing wrong with getting the hack saw out.......
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...and seeing where it takes you
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Old 27-03-2015, 11:23 PM
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And if you see a store bought version that looks like it would be a piece of piss to replicate - juice up the jig saw and get her done

(Custom dunny fitting to stop water sliding down the pole)
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Great idea for a thread ��

Stinger jig.

Let's you easily tie various accurate length stingers in the line of your choice

Nothing wrong with a neat solution to an age old problem

Its inspiring to see what can be done with stuff lying around in a shed.

This used to be a garden fork/rubber from and exercise ball/coke bottle/leather from an old belt and bag of dried peas. But in the right hands those ingredients can become so much more
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Old 27-03-2015, 11:39 PM
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love this thread!

aussie redneck fixes...lol
Sometimes the store bought version isnt exactly whats required - thats where Bunnings or Masters comes in to the picture
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Old 28-03-2015, 12:15 AM
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Kayak trolley made up a couple of years ago, however with a Stainless Steel axle and a couple of golf buggy wheels.

They seem to keep going and going and going even with the weight of the Tempo on them and all the other garbage I take out. Two large stretch straps hold her down firm, and onto the trolley even when I have to run with it across the main road... A sight to see on a hot summers day with blazing bitumen roads and no footwear!
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