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  • Bushman Stubby mods

    Hi fellow plastic enthusiast, was a member of the old site over a decade ago when my pride and joy was a 455 frontrunner, have recently signed up again and thought I would share some snaps of my Bushman stubby and the mods that I have recently added. Top little outfit, currently in Tassie so very effective outfit for both rivers and dams.
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    I think you should rename to a Bushman S̶t̶u̶b̶b̶y̶ TARDIS. It got room for everything!

    Perfect for the job. Enjoy it.

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    • #3
      wanted to have a clear platform so got everything tucked away, just need to put down some carpet in the near future and it will be done

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      • #4
        Excellent mods, good lure casting set up, looks like it should slay some trout and bream in Tassie.

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        • #5
          got this one the other day, first bream on a lure, happy as
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          • #6
            Welcome back hydee, I think I remember you. Newcastle boy, dad was a pro prawner in the hunter river?
            This week's problem is.......Doug's perfect!!

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            • #7
              bloody solid bream too!
              Just wingin it.

              White 4.55 SC, 60HP Yamaha 4st.

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              • #8
                Good memory Chin, right about my family, father still has his trawler and have got a couple of cousins still involved in the Hunter, bloody PFOS is stuffing it up for everyone up there atm. Was previously a member when living at Hervey Bay, got my first Polly in 2003

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                • #9
                  Thanks McGyver, lost a bigger one 10 minute later, dont think my 2 kilo rod and 3 kilo line stood a chance against the submerged tree it called home, thats what happens when you use a light trout outfit chasing big bream

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                  • #10
                    I know this is an old thread but I was wondering if you know how much these hulls weigh? Would it be too heavy to roof top? Would be on ladder racks on a ute tray so not vehicle roof

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