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Poll: Where have I got the best Chances of losing a leg or something to a flat dog?
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#1
Some of us poorer relatives otherwise known as "floaters" do not have boats so we sit half in the water looking like an alien top water lure as we waft around trying to hook the elusive fish we seek.

So my question is Where in your honest and sober opinion would be the best place to increase my chances of losing a body part to a flat dog?
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#2
Buy a dingy boet..... :blue-biggrin:
"I don't exagerate...I think big!"
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#3
I would say that south of the Tugela you might be pretty safe.North however I would be wary of a swimming pool coz of the amount of flatdogs.
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Bergie Wrote:Buy a dingy boet..... :blue-biggrin:

Thanks for that bergie.... my lady gets already mal having to pump up my and my mates Vboats.. what do you think she is going to do when I make her carry and launch a dingy? Eish! :blue-lol:
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#5
Ta Whitts,

I hear you, I have heard numerous stories of crocs (not the shoe type) in dams around here, have even seen the spoor/ tail drag marks in places at Inanda... I 'spose we pretty much take a chance in any water..
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When you buy a dingy, she can carry the battery and trolling motor...your not thinking straight boet.....eish..... :blue-badgrin: :blue-biggrin:
"I don't exagerate...I think big!"
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MISA Wrote:have even seen the spoor/ tail drag marks in places at Inanda.

I have seen some massive Leguan at Inanda 2m plus but never a crocs.

There is a croc at Nagle but will not see you as prey as it is about 1.5-2m long. The local canoe club guys are always in the water. No missing limbs yet :blue-biggrin:
The more I learn about fishing the more I realise
how much more I have to learn about fishing.
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#8
If you trying to get an insurance claim so you can buy a boat there are easier ways :blue-biggrin:
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Jeremy Wrote:
MISA Wrote:have even seen the spoor/ tail drag marks in places at Inanda.

I have seen some massive Leguan at Inanda 2m plus but never a crocs.

There is a croc at Nagle but will not see you as prey as it is about 1.5-2m long. The local canoe club guys are always in the water. No missing limbs yet :blue-biggrin:


Ta Jeremy,

I thought as much, have heard of the croc at nagle, haven't seen it yet... I was also told there was one or two at Alberts? not sure how true that is either, was just curious to hear from the guys that are out and about at some of these waters.
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Mick Wrote:If you trying to get an insurance claim so you can buy a boat there are easier ways :blue-biggrin:

LMAO good one..... I didn't even think of that!
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Nagel Dam
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Bergie Wrote:When you buy a dingy, she can carry the battery and trolling motor...your not thinking straight boet.....eish..... :blue-badgrin: :blue-biggrin:

dont joke ........... i do that already ;-). Pack my bakkie with all fishing gear, arrive at fishing destination, unpack bakkie, set up inflatable ( including trolling motor and battery) pack all tackle into inflatable ........and do all in reverse at the end of the day.

but love it ......... :blue-biggrin:
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