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9 hours ago

BlueWater magazine

Hey all you deep-water droppers – how’s this for a blue-eye trevalla! Close to 50kg.

It has been printed in the Japanese ‘gyotaku’ style, but using digital technology from a photo. Amazing!

Check out #digitaku to see his spectacular artworks of tuna and other species.A local customer caught this HUGE blue eye cod at close to 50kg! Hard to beat that!
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Hey all you deep-water droppers - hows this for a blue-eye trevalla! Close to 50kg. 

It has been printed in the Japanese gyotaku style, but using digital technology from a photo. Amazing! 

Check out #Digitaku to see his spectacular artworks of tuna and other species.

Comment on Facebook A local customer …

Here on the Mainland..NewZealand we call them bluenose. 50kg is a really really epic catch

Jason Harrison

12 hours ago

BlueWater magazine

HOT BlueWater issue 7 – YOURS NOW

> Cut 20% more food from every tuna.
> Lure positioning by head shape
> Troll into or with the current?
> Video knot tying guides
> When the reel was part of the battle
> Lure story: Big girls like pink
> IGFA rule explained
> and much much more

Download your copy NOW: www.BlueWaterGameFishing.com.au

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Ready to Battle?

In part 2 of "Gems from the Vault" Tim Simpson heads back to Fiji to attempt the IGFA world records for both Wahoo and Pacific sailfish on 4kg tackle.

Find out the outcome in his thrilling story in issue 6 of HOT BlueWater mini-mag

Download your FREE copy today: www.bluewatergamefishing.com.au
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Ready to Battle?

In part 2 of Gems from the Vault Tim Simpson heads back to Fiji to attempt the IGFA world records for both Wahoo and Pacific sailfish on 4kg tackle.

Find out the outcome in his thrilling story in issue 6 of HOT BlueWater mini-mag

Download your FREE copy today: www.bluewatergamefishing.com.au

Reminiscing back on our fishing trip to Tahiti 2 years ago when we sailed around the French Polynesian Islands for 2 weeks on a 50ft Catamaran with Capt. Barry Bailey.
One of the most memorable trips we’ve ever done.
www.facebook.com/trish.simpson.733/videos/10157729863154762/?t=10
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2 days ago

BlueWater magazine

Turtle Pac’s Super Deck Tanks

To enable voyages to distant locations, or to stay at sea for extended periods, many boatowners have found the extremely tough, tank-within-a-tank collapsible fuel storage bladders made by Australia’s Turtle-Pac to be essential equipment. Made in sizes to suit everything from offshore gamefishing trailerboats to ocean-roaming superyachts and motherships, Turtle-Pac’s Super Deck Tanks can be found on boats in every corner of the globe.
Turtle-Pac fuel bladders are used by the US and Australian defence forces as well as the United Nations, so you can be sure they’ve been through exhaustive testing and have proven themselves the best and most reliable product available worldwide.
Superyachts and the larger gamefishing motherships often feature a helicopter deck and run a Robinson 44 or even a super-sophisticated Eurocopter 145 twin-engine helicopter, while purse seine tuna vessels frequently operate MD500 helicopters for fish spotting. All need ‘Jet A’ helicopter fuel, which is safely stored in a Turtle-Pac Aircargo Tank – such as the 160-gallon tanks shown in use aboard an 85-metre superyacht.
Gamefishing vessels typically find Turtle-Pac’s collapsible, easily stored fuel bladders with capacities from 200 to 1000 litres perfect for storing in unobtrusive locations, enabling the boat’s balance and trim to be maintained as fuel is used.
Turtle-Pac will be exhibiting at upcoming Sanctuary Cove Boat Show – running from 20 to 24th May – so visit the stand and discuss your specific requirements directly with the manufacturer, Laszlo Torok. He will be delighted to determine the perfect solution for your needs.
Call Laszlo at the factory on (07) 5598 1959, visit the Gold Coast showroom, or for more information and to see the range in use on boats throughout the world, visit www.turtlepac.com
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Turtle Pac’s Super Deck Tanks

To enable voyages to distant locations, or to stay at sea for extended periods, many boatowners have found the extremely tough, tank-within-a-tank collapsible fuel storage bladders made by Australia’s Turtle-Pac to be essential equipment. Made in sizes to suit everything from offshore gamefishing trailerboats to ocean-roaming superyachts and motherships, Turtle-Pac’s Super Deck Tanks can be found on boats in every corner of the globe. 
Turtle-Pac fuel bladders are used by the US and Australian defence forces as well as the United Nations, so you can be sure they’ve been through exhaustive testing and have proven themselves the best and most reliable product available worldwide.
Superyachts and the larger gamefishing motherships often feature a helicopter deck and run a Robinson 44 or even a super-sophisticated Eurocopter 145 twin-engine helicopter, while purse seine tuna vessels frequently operate MD500 helicopters for fish spotting. All need ‘Jet A’ helicopter fuel, which is safely stored in a Turtle-Pac Aircargo Tank – such as the 160-gallon tanks shown in use aboard an 85-metre superyacht.
Gamefishing vessels typically find Turtle-Pac’s collapsible, easily stored fuel bladders with capacities from 200 to 1000 litres perfect for storing in unobtrusive locations, enabling the boat’s balance and trim to be maintained as fuel is used.
Turtle-Pac will be exhibiting at upcoming Sanctuary Cove Boat Show – running from 20 to 24th May – so visit the stand and discuss your specific requirements directly with the manufacturer, Laszlo Torok. He will be delighted to determine the perfect solution for your needs.
Call Laszlo at the factory on (07) 5598 1959, visit the Gold Coast showroom, or for more information and to see the range in use on boats throughout the world, visit www.turtlepac.com
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