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Unfortunately for me I have a disease that causes me to lose balance quite a lot, and increasingly I was having trouble not slipping on the deck when it was wet, so I got to work and laid down a product called Diamond deck here in Aus, well so far so good, seems to have stopped me slipping and sliding around, added a few photos.
 

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That's some attractive stuff. At lest your ailment does not keep you from catching fish
So are those grunts or what
 

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That's some attractive stuff. At lest your ailment does not keep you from catching fish
So are those grunts or what
No they are Yellowfin Bream, pretty common species, grow to a max of about 4 1/2 lbs, they are one of the mainstays of comp fishing here, that 5 you see in the pic would approx weigh 8ish lbs, great fun on really light gear 3lb leaders fishing in tight structure a lot of the time.
 

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No they are Yellowfin Bream, pretty common species, grow to a max of about 4 1/2 lbs, they are one of the mainstays of comp fishing here, that 5 you see in the pic would approx weigh 8ish lbs, great fun on really light gear 3lb leaders fishing in tight structure a lot of the time.
So they are fresh water or what
 
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