Cape York report

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Re: Cape York report

Post by Broomstick » Thu Dec 08, 2016 10:34 am

Texas wrote:Fantastic trip & report Broomy (or is it Professor Broomy?)
I thought it was going to be a "guppy hunt" & a bit of fishing.
Those are the trips you remember always.

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Gra
Thanks Gra. Haha not yet, but very soon!



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Re: Cape York report

Post by yepi'mon » Thu Dec 08, 2016 10:49 am

Broomstick wrote:Thanks guys
yepi'mon wrote:Mate, absolutely awesome! Great report and nice pics.

Out of interest, how much approximately did it cost to do something like that? It's something I would love to do in the future.

Also, were those centre consoles Brooker boats?
It was very affordable mate, all up the whole trip cost around $2200. Pretty bloody cheap! The centre console's were Cairns'
Mate that's cheap as... I was expecting a bit more than that. Great way to spend the cash!

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Re: Cape York report

Post by Feathor » Thu Dec 08, 2016 6:20 pm

Fantastic report! Thanks for sharing, great read and pics.

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Re: Cape York report

Post by GTSHoon » Fri Dec 09, 2016 1:31 pm

Awesome write up pat as always, was a fantastic trip and glad to share it with you and bristle :a_goodjob:
shazdoggg wrote:Awesome pics and report!! Such a beautiful part of Australia! Come across any blue bottles in your travels??
No bluebottles, couple of box jellys though
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