How to rig up for catching gurnard
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Keeping bait, food and drinks cold on the boat or in the camp-ground can be a headache but a smart approach with the chilly bin and ice will help and when it comes to turning the catch into freshly smoked dinner there is an answer for that also.
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The immaculately maintained Dickey Semifly 32 'Dida' is for sale. Supporting our mates at Dickey Boats, we thought we'd let the NZFW community know.