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Author Topic: Beach Filleting and Baitboard  (Read 1071 times)

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Offline magic

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Beach Filleting and Baitboard
« on: Tue 21 Feb 14:01 2017 »
Maybe an idea that could help anyone that was having the same problem i did. I needed a bait board for while on the beach, ideally something that would not be in the sand and would remained attached while driving around and was not tow bar mounted so I could still open the back door.

I purchased a tyre step and "borrowed" a chopping board from work and just use a G clamp to hold it in place. Worked very well, down the track might get a longer chopping board to fillet fish on but for now does the job.

Will post a better photo once I get the car back from the mechanics.

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Re: Beach Filleting and Baitboard
« Reply #1 on: Tue 21 Feb 18:51 2017 »
Hey magic,

  I had the same problem a few years back so I came up with an idea and
started to fab up my idea, and this is what I came up with.

Cheers Jason
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    Re: Beach Filleting and Baitboard
    « Reply #2 on: Tue 21 Feb 20:42 2017 »
    Hey magic,

      I had the same problem a few years back so I came up with an idea and
    started to fab up my idea, and this is what I came up with.

    Cheers Jason

    Wow. Your pretty handy with that welder of yours. Love the storage idea.


    Both great ideas.
    On the to do list.
    Just one more cast

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    Re: Beach Filleting and Baitboard
    « Reply #3 on: Wed 22 Feb 02:00 2017 »
    The lights are a great idea, much better than a head lamp.

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    Re: Beach Filleting and Baitboard
    « Reply #4 on: Wed 22 Feb 20:38 2017 »
    Yeah the lights are great as are the lights in the cabinet along with a shelf,
    I have other ideas for other mods to it as well.

    Cheers Jason
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    Re: Beach Filleting and Baitboard
    « Reply #5 on: Mon 6 Mar 07:17 2017 »
    nice one magic, thats a great idea!  like taylin its idea too!

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