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    Posted: 12 Aug 2020 at 5:49pm
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Some rather weird thing happen with L3 and L2 boundaries.
We are 300m from the waikato boundary, and the ramp is in waikato.
So I cant take the boat out.
But Son who lives in waikato, not far way can..

300m away the boundary goes down the road.. therefore those on one side can go to the ramp...but cant come home cause that side of the road is Auckland Wink

 No im not tying to make facts fit what I would like to do..
 It is what it is, the line has to be drawn in the sand somewhere. Its just this time is a white strip line down the middle of a road.

And to boot.. 1st weekend of L4 last time had the best day bars in yrs.
 Then again , this weekend is going to be even flater

Hmm just thinking on the road boundary stuff, those in waikato side have to come to the Auckland side to gas up..

And hah lockdown will not end Frid.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12 Aug 2020 at 6:06pm
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      Just go fishing
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12 Aug 2020 at 6:25pm
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Drive on the wrong side.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12 Aug 2020 at 7:13pm
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Originally posted by taurangatroutmaster taurangatroutmaster wrote:

      Just go fishing

If you're in the Auckland region you can't. tell us if you do Big smile
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12 Aug 2020 at 8:52pm
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Yeah, seeing as the port bar will be flat, I'm thinking Sunday I will scoot up, grab the boy in tuakau and go out...nice quiet day out with no jaffas on the water..
you can't fix an idiot with duct tape, but it does muffle them for a while...
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Go fishing steps. Your close enough,and once you factor in continental drift you are probably in the waikato.
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I'm going Sunday and live in Auckland we see if I get through. I see it's more safer to go fishing then stand in line with morons at pack n save
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You can still fish in Auckland smudge, only landbased or kayak or paddle board. Technically out of a helicopter or hot air balloon would proberly be ok to
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L4 on Friday night so will be no fishingOuch
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13 Aug 2020 at 8:16am
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Yep.....Level 4 for Auckland midnight Friday. A few of the larger  employers in South Auckland have been given a "heads up" from the Beehive. Waikato status depends on Rotorua testing and tracing results.
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If Rotorua +ve I think most of the country will be in lockdown. They have absolutely no way of knowing it is confined to Rotorua and Akl. Highly unlikely.
The more cases that turn up in Akl, the more likely the rest of us go in lockdown too - been free movement around country for weeks now.
It would be criminal if this is traced back to the xxxxxx that escaped isolation for supermarket trip and selfies. He did test +ve later.
Yet to be sentenced.
As far as I know, other than the bloke who went coughing on people in a supermarket, and was -ve, no one has yet been fined/jailed for any breaches of Lockdown or Isolation?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13 Aug 2020 at 9:16am
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Yeah, seeing as the port bar will be flat, I'm thinking Sunday I will scoot up, grab the boy in tuakau and go out...nice quiet day out with no jaffas on the water..

Dave have posted that just to seriously p155 a m8 off right?Wink
If serious I was looking to head out about 1 1/2 hrs after full tide, about 8:30/9am @about 2.7m and head back in in the arvo around 4:45pm 2.15m tide.
 
Head out around the 50/60m mark.


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I dont tend to name call that sort of stuff...A person is not stupid, a person just does stupid stuff.
 Then once in a while...someone, not often, is both,

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Dont see how going fishing is stupid but ok dont go if u don't want to. I'm going
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13 Aug 2020 at 12:37pm
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Originally posted by kaveman kaveman wrote:

L4 on Friday night so will be no fishingOuch
Monday according to some expert.
She said you're deaf.No I have selective hearing.And thats when it started.
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Originally posted by taurangatroutmaster taurangatroutmaster wrote:

You can still fish in Auckland smudge, only landbased or kayak or paddle board. Technically out of a helicopter or hot air balloon would proberly be ok to
 
Yes, looks like you're right TTM.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13 Aug 2020 at 12:50pm
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I believe mechanics are an essential service.

Spray some CRC on your motor and then take it for a mandatory sea trial to see if things loosened up.

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Where's all the crowd from last time with the "i hOpE yOu SInK anD I'lL lAuGh aT yoU fRoM thE BeAch" and "wHaT pArt oF stAy HomE iS So HaRd fOr yoU tO unDerStanD?!"
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13 Aug 2020 at 2:49pm
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Rozboon maybe that crowd realised what a crock this whole thing is but as of now if your in Auckland u can still fish off the shore or a kayak or paddle board so plenty of fishing to still be had
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13 Aug 2020 at 3:03pm
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Originally posted by smudge smudge wrote:

Originally posted by taurangatroutmaster taurangatroutmaster wrote:

You can still fish in Auckland smudge, only landbased or kayak or paddle board. Technically out of a helicopter or hot air balloon would proberly be ok to

 
Yes, looks like you're right TTM.


Yep, according the manifesto for the masses you can paddle or row. ROW being the operative word. As last time in L3 I have taken the motor off my 4.2m inflatable and I am going to row a few hundred metres out to my gurnard spot and have a mental health day on Sunday😉. That's so long as the bloody chairman doesn't put us into L4 tomorrow ☹️

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Originally posted by Big -Dave Big -Dave wrote:

Yeah, seeing as the port bar will be flat, I'm thinking Sunday I will scoot up, grab the boy in tuakau and go out...nice quiet day out with no jaffas on the water..
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