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  same as you
  Posted by: old_user on May-24-11 2:48 AM (EST)
 

Hi,

I think we got the same dilemma, but yea, getting yourself with a well plan and a good knowledge is a must. From paddling to capsizing technique, from gear to PFDs, and it's from A to Z. But and again, probably unlike you, the place where I came from, we have a quite numbers of crocs laying around. I'm still trying to get a good sonar/fish detector which can give me a rough estimation of what is below me, and that is on the river side. On the shoreline, it is quite safe for me though, although every 10miles or so, I would bump into with estuaries. So, every time I bumped one, I would say "CROCSSSS!!!".

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