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Mofam and Kickboats

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#1
So the 'trial' for having the float tubes/kickboats at Mofam has come and gone.As far as can be gathered from those attending and the few reports,it seems like the floaters enjoyed it a lot,but no word from Mofam management regarding future use of these craft at this venue.This would appear to me to be the time to allow these smaller portable fishing craft to the venue as the water is so low.
Any news yet Kiall ?
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#2
When I chatted to Kiall at the KBT he said he still has to discuss it with Derrick and Sharon some more. Although he manages the lodge he cant make the decisions like this without their nod of approval.
So hopefully we will hear from him soon.
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#3
Good Afternoon All.

Winter is finally here.

Candice and I have a meeting with Sharon tomorrow afternoon to see if we will get the final go ahead to allow kick boats at Mofam. it is looking really good at the moment and we would be looking at R125 per kick boat per day.

I will also confirm if there will be a half day rate once we have finalised our meeting tomorrow.

The way it was laid out to Sharon is that it will work exactly the same way as the boats in terms of launch times and boundary area's. We will also keep the boats on the water for the guys who do not tube.

If you have a trawling motor on your tube you are welcome to use it. We will also be limiting it to 4 tubes per day and bookings are essential.

I will hopefully have good news tomorrow.

Have a great day all.
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#4
Great news Kiall. Thanks again.
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#5
That is excellent news.Push for the half day option please as I would have many mid week breakaways,and pretty sure there would be many others as well.
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#6
Nice! Thanks for the update.
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#7
Any news on this?
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#8
Hi Guys,

we have hit a slight hiccup which I am trying to get sorted and to pass on assurances. It seems that the neighbours complained about the kick boats on the panorama side (heading towards the islands) Not sure what there is to complain about as there was no motors or noise. I am doing my best, but just need a little more time.

WHY CAN'T EVERY ONE JUST GET ALONG.
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#9
Kiall,I assume that is the upriver end ? There were only two people that I know of hogging that area and I was one of them.The only complaint they can possibly have is that we were catching fish !!
Anyway,hope your negotiation carries on well...lots of anticipation from our side.
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#10
Smurf, I thought we told you to stay away from the nudist colony and since when do you need binos on a kickboat......... :lol: :eusa_naughty:
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#11
Ah,is that why they are getting an itch.Had I known that I may have fished in the buff,but then I would have been DQ'd for having a trick worm dangling in the water.
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smurf Wrote:Ah,is that why they are getting an itch.Had I known that I may have fished in the buff,but then I would have been DQ'd for having a trick worm dangling in the water.

SABAA rules state only one lure in the water at any stage but feel free to alternate at will.......that is if the water is not too cold for your trick worm and it seeks shelter.......
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