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Re: To big for our waters. GET RID

Postby shacky » 15 Nov 2019, 14:52

Well said BB1 :thumb: I agree wholeheartedly. Steady with the tablets, they might come from the EU ;)
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Re: To big for our waters. GET RID

Postby Shane ousby » 15 Nov 2019, 18:21

put the lot of them in the Houses of Parliament then tip the lot of them in to the Thames with the rest of the shi.. but it could get that pretty soon maybe shore fisherman around the country will just get totally fecked off being told how many fish they can catch from their country’s shoreline(((( if any ))))) by European and British corrupt government officials and turn round and give them the 2 fingered salute :victory: I will stay off the net over this now :thumb:
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Re: To big for our waters. GET RID

Postby Mosiout1936 » 13 Jun 2020, 05:19

liphook wrote:This is also worth a look for AIS mapping

Nice, I'm gonna try that too, I been using my tracking app for a year now so far no issues. Feel free to check it out BTW it's free.
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