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Lister
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Thu Feb 07, 2013 11:12 am

Broke my own safety rules and hurt myself! Report makes interesting reading, "Stepped backwards into the uncovered hole........."

knee, elbow and wrist took weight and brunt of impact. So paddling is a no go for a week or three. Although I can laugh about it now, {not really, seriously p*ssed off with myself.} it could have been a whole lot worse........ Should that be "hole" lot worse? Oooh me poor shoulder, again.
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Thu Feb 07, 2013 11:38 am

Sorry to hear that - hope all the bits work again soon before summer is over.
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Thu Feb 07, 2013 12:23 pm

Ow, sorry to hear Lister, speedy recovery. Hope you weren't listening to your dodgy Satnav again?

I'm out of action too, I feel your pain, Lifting the double onto the ute rack when it snagged on the clothesline, torn muscles in the back. Not fun when the sea is flat and there is no work on ;(

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Thu Feb 07, 2013 12:26 pm

Ouch....

Hope you all recover soon....

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Thu Feb 07, 2013 12:58 pm

and I f544ed my elbow yesterday with the boat trailer; its a sign I should have been out on the yak :lol:
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Thu Feb 07, 2013 12:59 pm

murf wrote: Lifting the double onto the ute rack when it snagged on the clothesline, torn muscles in the back. ;(
I am getting a trailer after a couple of 'near misses' getting the 4.3 on the roof of the truck!
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Thu Feb 07, 2013 5:24 pm

murf wrote:Ow, sorry to hear Lister, speedy recovery. Hope you weren't listening to your dodgy Satnav again?

I'm out of action too, I feel your pain, Lifting the double onto the ute rack when it snagged on the clothesline, torn muscles in the back. Not fun when the sea is flat and there is no work on ;(
..... That makes 3 of us. :doh:
I haven't fished since November between being busy at work and a back injury.
An old injury I ignored for far too long and now having seen x-ray and Chiropractor reports I'm starting to regret it.
I'll be down and out apart from east cape mission and Naki classic for some time now ;(
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Thu Feb 07, 2013 5:44 pm

WaikatoYakka wrote:
murf wrote:Ow, sorry to hear Lister, speedy recovery. Hope you weren't listening to your dodgy Satnav again?

I'm out of action too, I feel your pain, Lifting the double onto the ute rack when it snagged on the clothesline, torn muscles in the back. Not fun when the sea is flat and there is no work on ;(
..... That makes 3 of us. :doh:
I haven't fished since November between being busy at work and a back injury.
An old injury I ignored for far too long and now having seen x-ray and Chiropractor reports I'm starting to regret it.
I'll be down and out apart from east cape mission and Naki classic for some time now ;(
Oh mate , that sux, ;( hope it isnt as bad as they think , :( personaly im looking out the window with tomorrow off , and thinking the Port would be a go .. ;)
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Thu Feb 07, 2013 8:04 pm

DJ wrote: personaly im looking out the window with tomorrow off , and thinking the Port would be a go .. ;)
Check the forecast mate... Will be pretty big out there
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