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Contour of a distance cast

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Re: Contour of a distance cast

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This is what I'm thinking about. Also not sure- middle or front, but personally leaning towards middle.

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This is only my draft- um pasting text into plain boat picture, and the font will be different.
But I really like the graphic from OP, and want something similar, maybe a bit sharper. I want Sexyloops on top of the letters and would be ideal if you can see the caster too.
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A beast!!! You’ll have to duck tape your hat to your head. I think the cast should be forwards to the bow. How about making it really long? Can you use colours?
It's an exploration; bring a flyrod.

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Bernt Johansson gave me a great idea to check FIVERR, I had no idea something like this exists.
I can have a graphic designer designing it for me and then mu guy will do it.

Saying that, how should the caster look like? I want the nice loop to be visible over the name.
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Yep, duck tape on board.😂, we tried max speed. 72km/h , like you said beast
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Do you guys run offshore in stuff that size down under?
How far offshore are you going and what do you target?
What are the typical sea conditions?
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Hi George
Yes we do.
I just sold my 4.8m Galeforce with 75hp on the back. I had 60L fuel tank, and my old Honda gave me 2.3L/h
Trips up to 20 miles offshore, bit had to be a good weather.
Here in Australia, they have a rule for comfortable day. Wind under 12knt and swell under a 1m.
I went out in the smaller one with 1.3m swell, but it was 10-12sec a part, so it was good.

However, I've seen smaller boats in worst conditions. Even if you have a big boat, but you are a shity skipper, things might go nasty.
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Fish wise, where I live is divided in season.
Fly rod action with tuna bustups is about to finish, but reef action is always, trolling, etc
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The company motto of my boat is
" Build tough to handle the rough "
My bigger boat will handle a bit more. Still will be looking at a nice forecast for a pleasant day.

However, new boat,has a good mojo.
This one was caught (not by me) in 600m of water, so they went far out.
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Yikes. Some Mako fly reels would appear to be in your future.
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To be honest, Australia is so awesome, that at times is upsetting. There is so much to do, and not enough time.
I wish I worked 1 day a week, get paid for full week, and then , explore, fish, fish, fish, travel.
...but the reality is different, so I try to get most of it.
My wife is winging about boat, home mortgage, but I'm not getting any younger, so it's now or never.

And for me just being on the water, is like better, different dimension. Love it
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