Anyone know what happened here

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Re: Anyone know what happened here

Post by alfie » Mon Nov 06, 2017 10:08 pm

So back to my question, does anyone know what happened?

As for boat rego, I see a valid reason for having it but like many I don’t want it, not if the gov implement it



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Re: Anyone know what happened here

Post by Matt Flynn » Mon Nov 06, 2017 10:31 pm

Terrible post hijack :lol:

Re the boat, there was a comment on FB that "old mate" was OK. So I assume all ended well, aside from the small matter of the boat ...

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Re: Anyone know what happened here

Post by mickkk » Mon Nov 06, 2017 11:52 pm

I seen on a Facebook page that the fella got cought out with a heavy story / rain over night. But all was accounted for and ok. But it’s all hear say, but I would have thought if there was someone missing the alarm would have been raised by now.

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Re: Anyone know what happened here

Post by grumpy » Wed Nov 08, 2017 8:16 am

Was a Jabiru bloke that got smashed by a storm and sunk behind Mud Island at the South Alligator. He was rescued by a bloke next morning but was in a bit of a bad way having lived in Mangroves overnight.

p..s-of with your boat rego licences and cr.p :fubird: :fubird:

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