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#16
robfisher Wrote:Florida USA... if anyone has fished any of the waters around Orlando and can give any recommendations... at this stage it looks like we will fish Lake Tahoe and Lake Okeechobee... any recommendations?

The furhest I have been from home is Cape Town so I can not help Rob, sorry. Eish you going to have a lekker time - enjoy! :blue-cool:

Looking at CBC PB's I new he would chip in with some advice.
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#17
Robfisher (the old man and the sea) Disneyworld is almost next to the Butler lakes and Conway lakes is very close to Orlando airport.
I will phone some connections tonight (morning there) to confirm if they still rent bassboats to fish those lakes, if you are interested.
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#18
Awesome thanks Carl... and tell them I can show them a secret CBC rig!
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Regards Rob
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#19
Rob when you there log in to BFSA so that they can see your actavar (trophy and all)

Show them who's the daddy !!!!

Enjoy the trip can't wait for the feedback
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#20
Right on SG! I will tune them I'm the King of Kwaggas!
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#21
CrankbaitCarl Wrote:(the old man and the sea)

That brings back memories, dit was ons voorgeskrewe Engelse handboek in matriek some 30 years ago, eish time goes!
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#22
robfisher Wrote:Yip I know... the problem I’m faced with is having to take a spare suitcase over to carry all the crap back... Virgin allows a 32kg limit for fishing tackle...

My recommendation - the Rand is strong and good quality stuff is cheap in the US so take a pair of underpants and the clothes that you are wearing and buy everything else in the US otherwise you WILL end up with lots of Excess Baggage. PS: if you fly internally dont lock your suitcase or TSA will break that shit open to take a look or buy the special TSA locks.
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#23
That’s the plan! I am thinking of even travelling in my underrods! Just me a bag of Steez reels, credit card and my under rods!
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#24
malickk Wrote:Florida is a state in United States tourism makes up the largest sector of the state economy. Warm weather and hundreds of miles of beaches attract about 60 million visitors to the state every year.

Hello SPAMMER!
Who wants to nuke a spammer???
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#25
Nuked him. I love this new forum! :bluegrab:
Regards Robert Jacobs
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#26
I spent some time in Orlando in July. A word of advice: Bass Pro Shops does not stock anywhere near the range of tackle in the shop that you can find online. also, I found it slighly more expensive in the store than online. Order online and have it delivered to your hotel if you want something specific. no fuss! :blue-cool:

Another thing, I could not, for the life of me locate the office/desk where you can claim back the tax on your purchases at Orlando Intl airport, but maybe that's just me :blue-confused:

That being said, it was a helluva experience and Orlando was amazing. BPS in international drive is a must visit. Public busses (i think they are called lynx?) as well as the international drive trolley busses take you right to BPS. :eusa_dance:
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#27
just saw that this thread is old, oops, apologies all round.
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