Buff Creek swimming Olympics

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Buff Creek swimming Olympics

Post by al57 » Wed Apr 24, 2019 5:50 am

i see a fella had an unexpected swim in buffalo a couple of days ago ,had to swim back in 60 mtrs to ramp after leaving bungs out ,i think most of us have had a bung story over the years .mine is ,i was fishing a comp in a local dam where a group of us were always playing jokes on each other ,one morning in the dark readying my boat for comp i checked all the normals including bung but what i didnt know a fella had crepped around after that and thinking it was another boat from a fella who had same as me he took bungs out .on launching naturally boat sank while i was putting car in carpark.i lost two sounders ,battereies ,torches and so forth .was so pi... off that the fella was too guttless to admit it till years later .little to say i dont have contact with him anymore .



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Re: bungs out

Post by fff1964 » Wed Apr 24, 2019 6:47 am

Years ago
Got a stessle edge tracker from Frenchies marine.
first boat those little stessles had four bungs.
But in at the army base at Larrakeyah ramp.
two bungs not done up took a little while to notice as had full floor in it :D
Turned on bilge while putting bung in.
no water coming out pump outlet ha ha ha ha :o :o
my mate had wired it up arse about and was sucking air. :banghead:
lucky it was above water line
left bungs out and took off and venturied most of the water out.

Couple of lessons learned there. :roll: :roll:

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Buff Creek swimming Olympics

Post by Matt Flynn » Wed Apr 24, 2019 7:12 am

In the NT News ...

In that creek I'd be more worried about the bull sharks.
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Re: Buff Creek swimming Olympics

Post by Hemi » Thu Apr 25, 2019 12:36 pm

More risk of getting hepatitis in there than croc/shark attack...
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Re: Buff Creek swimming Olympics

Post by Captain6979 » Thu Apr 25, 2019 2:58 pm

N even more likely to catch some of my lost lures from the last 12 months there... ha ha!

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Post by Matt Flynn » Thu Apr 25, 2019 3:13 pm

More risk of getting hepatitis in there than croc/shark attack...
N even more likely to catch some of my lost lures from the last 12 months there... ha ha!
Both good calls, beware the bacteria-loaded braid balls.

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