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Originally posted by Pcj Pcj wrote:

The old days it was tilley lamps and they oldies did ok.
Not nowadays Paul, fossil fuel burning carbon producing. Needs to be renewable mate. Haha
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What about the spear, I use one about 2 metres long single spike with no bard, so I can just slide my hand under the flounder lift it out of the water and into the sack.
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Our used to be just below should height...
Spike as said before a 6" nail...
 Definitely no spike... If miss the head or gut, and being a more soft thin fish, drop off  anyway. Either way, leaves a bad hole in the flesh.

And if hit a stingray thats keeps being a nusence .....

Not nowadays Paul, fossil fuel burning carbon producing. Needs to be renewable mate. Haha

Would apply if a large proportion of our energy wasnt produced by bad low grade Indonesian coal, from mines not environmentally friendly , then throw in shipping foot print.

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Great post here from 2010 about hunting flounder.

https://www.fishing.net.nz/forum/flounder-hunting_topic57874_page1.html
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Perspex cover glued onto the pvc pipe....in front of the LEDs
What silicon (glue) can I use to water seal it
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Originally posted by Steps Steps wrote:

So was the DDT fly spray, the lead paint on our cots, the pewter toys solders we chewed on..Wink
And here we are.

 We never had an issue with the tillys.. early ones where white spirits.. had to be careful with those, only if the leather seals leaked,  then they made them to run on kero and better seal materials.

This reminded me of survivorship bias ;) 
 



(Yes, we had a great white spirits lamp that we used for years when camping and floundering.  It was still in use on family trips until about 15 years ago)
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I would have used bathroom silicone to glue and seal it on with.  De grease then sand lightly the surfaces 1st.
 Always de grease then sand, espec plastics.. I sand you end up 'grinding ' and oils/ grease into the surface.
 Something I learnt the hard way may yrs ago refurbishing 60s chey plastic interior panels . Its one of those things you get way with then murphy steps in the bit that most important , doesn't stick long term and/ or fish eyes in the paint.
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