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dontcatchmuch

trip out please

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hi all as they say if you dont ask you cant get so hear gose are there any of you boat owners on the kent/southeast coast that wouldent mind a passenger for a days fishing im more than happy to help with any costs
yours hopfully steve



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sorry steve shes in for engine repair otherwise i would,im sure some of you sout east coast guys would be willing

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thanks hammyloz maybe when shes back up and running just give me a pm as im medicaly retired any day is normaly ok
cheers steve

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westy wrote:go on www.charterboats-uk.co.uk mate
thanks westy i have used that site it,s very good .but was thinking that there might just be some site members that have there own boats that dident mind someone joining them now and again even at short notice and even if it,s only just off shore rather than miles out
steve

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I have 2 small boats that are suitable for either the estuaries or just off shore in fine weather. Both are double skined and have an engine and oars. I need a small trailer for one of them and you are welcome to borrow it as soon as I have a trailer.
The boat in question will fish 3 in comfort and 4 at a push.
Cheers
keith :D :D

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keith you are such a star :x :x

but its a bit of a way from the south

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