How much do you spend on fishing equipment per year?

$0-1000
28% (154 votes)
$1000-3000
40% (221 votes)
$3000-7000
24% (132 votes)
$7000-10000
3% (19 votes)
$10000 +
4% (21 votes)
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Never enough LOL

Mon, 2008-06-30 11:22

 Best year was $80,000 in 2005 - when I bought the boat and gear Cool

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Too much

Mon, 2008-06-30 11:25

Probably the last 12 months is the most I have spent. I haven't calculated it, but it must be in the $3000 to $7000 range.
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Does it include the boat to

Mon, 2008-06-30 12:02

Does it include the boat to go fishing in :)

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Nope

Mon, 2008-06-30 12:31

Just fishing gear, I will put up another one for boats a bit down the track.

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i dont spend a lot

Tue, 2009-05-05 17:37

probaly 600

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almost easy 7000 plus , cant

Mon, 2008-06-30 13:26

almost easy 7000 plus , cant help its a habit

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Hmmm $10,000 plus is still empty

Mon, 2008-06-30 13:54

Obvious Mako Matt hasn't voted yet LOL 

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on the rate i spent money on

Mon, 2008-06-30 14:17

on the rate i spent money on fishing gear the last 12 months, shhh but im the only one that so far has voted the $7000-$10,000Sealed

 

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Fat Cat

Mon, 2008-06-30 15:29

Teach you for being a big ship Fat Cat  Money mouth, the only tender you'll know from now on is the one you row up to on your Motor Launch Sealed

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I go on average twice a

Mon, 2008-06-30 15:39

I go on average twice a week, that adds up in bait fuel and tackle!

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1 to 3 grand

Mon, 2008-06-30 15:56

1 to 3 grand for me , a couple of reels add up to a grand , then there is terminal tackle , owner gear is expensive , and soft plastics aren't cheap we will go thru 10 packs of softies up the dam in a weekend lures at $20 each , fluro at $30 a spool, braid for the reels , ohhh boy I'm starting to freak myself out here , even the little snaps I use to hook my plastics on are $5 a pack of 10 and I never reuse them , every lure gets new Owner splits and hooks .

I forgot rods as well ohhh boy I better go change that vote .

 

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Not a resident of Australia

Mon, 2008-06-30 16:03

Since I am not a resident of Australia, I have converted expenses as incurred in my country's currency.

I have also included fishing trips expenditures in it. So $1,000 to $3,000 is tentatively a reasonable expense.

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"little snaps I use to hook my plastics on"

Mon, 2008-06-30 16:04

Maverick can you expand on that please? I always tie knots, but snaps would be really handy.
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Yeah round 1,000 to 3,000

Mon, 2008-06-30 16:10

for us

 I mean just this trip to exmouth has cost us over 1,500 in gear alone and still got the tackle shack tomorrow night Money mouthha ha ha

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Yeah its my only habbit so

Mon, 2008-06-30 17:10

Yeah its my only habbit so why not eh?Wink



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Wife

Mon, 2008-06-30 17:38

Just in case the wife sees this thread Adam can we Add a $10 - $20 range so I dont get in trouble again. 

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I've been arround the 3

Mon, 2008-06-30 18:01

I've been arround the 3 grand mark for the last couple of years just rods'n'reels.

So if you want to include hooks and lures and stuff, i'd be 3-7 

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Myself, i went down as the

Mon, 2008-06-30 18:21

Myself, i went down as the $1000 to $3000 group but thats just what i payed for, all the stuff dad has got me and presents etc, comes up to quite a bit, more than i can count hahaha. I better start saving for a car.

 

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$1000 - $3000 mark!

Mon, 2008-06-30 18:58

Well from that amount I suffer from a hiding from the missus but you do what you need to do to get through life, lol. Smile

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Bragging rights

Mon, 2008-06-30 19:08

LOL! In here, there's more bloody bragging rights than 'I caught a fish this big' thread - I'm just jealous CryLaughingCool

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layby

Mon, 2008-06-30 20:09

have my second Staal on layby if I add that I slip into a higher bracket than 1-3G's

 

 

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Dont spend all that much.......

Mon, 2008-06-30 21:08

im over spendin all that money on expensive gear....ill make do with the good shit i have and enjoy for the next how ever many years...... ill just stick to restockin the tackle box when needed....lures included but as for rods and reels when you get to 25 of em i tend to think ive got enough to play with for the next 20.......so really not that much is spent........anymore........!!!!!the single life used to be wonderful.....!
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I'm a cheapskate then

Tue, 2008-07-01 07:54

I don't get away often enough or have much free time on weekends but the yearly jaunt to Denham would cost = Fuel $1000, accomodation at $450. food at around $ 250, tackle and bait around another $ 250 amd beer etc about $ 150 - and i tell the wife it's about $500 all up so she doesn't tap me for a week at Surfers.

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I'm in the 3-7K mark

Tue, 2008-07-01 09:19

I'm in the 3-7K mark m'self.

 

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'my one biggest concern is that when i die, my wife will sell my fishing gear for what i told her i payed fot it' 

 

Like most here i assume, i have faaaaaaaar too much gear. 

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Good one deefa

Tue, 2008-07-01 11:35

I live that fear.
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hehe- its got to the stage

Tue, 2008-07-01 15:11

hehe- its got to the stage in my house, that when she spots and asks about any new gear i've tried to hide, my standard response is "oh- that old thing, had it for years....."

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Tue, 2008-07-01 15:19

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layby scam

Tue, 2008-07-01 22:55

layby all my exspensive gear!! Get it down to a reasonable amount, then hit it with the plastic!!!! Then when the wife gets the statement and asks what I bought!!!

But darling I got a good bargain!!!! Then show her how much their worth!!!!

She didn't know about my staal at all(nephew bought one so she knew the value). Then when I joined the site!!!

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"how can you call yourself STAAL LOVER when(long pause) how long ago did you buy that?!!!!!!EmbarassedLaughing

 

 

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Average

Wed, 2008-07-02 18:38

would be upto a grand.

 

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Next bracket Maxy!

Wed, 2008-07-02 19:53

Don't forget your Bogga Undies! WinkSealedLaughingCool

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will my wife see this???

Thu, 2008-07-03 12:33

mmmm too dangerous to put up a figure, she would kill me if she knew the real amount.....

but with four to five reels, some rods, some lures and extras every year...it's easy to bust the piggy bank.

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Tax return time = new rod &

Thu, 2008-07-03 13:10

Tax return time = new rod & reel time. 

I'm in the $1000-$3000 range.

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Tackle Junkie

Fri, 2008-07-04 21:24

just spent about $5000 in my last trip to the tackle shop buying more gear for Monties in Aug.  Can't help buying more marlin lures...

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quick tally

Fri, 2008-07-04 22:09

With only 119 votes we are up around $300 to $400k annual spend (not counting boat & chadlery purchases)
Not a bad slice of pie to supply if you are a tackle retailer.Money mouth
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Bloody Scary Subject

Sat, 2008-07-05 02:02

I voted $1000 to $3000 then read the threads and started to think of all the gear I have converted to braid,the upgrades and the new tackle box (bigger of course),then the bait,ice and fuel,Bloody hell I cant afford to stop doing flyin/out.I need new reels again !!!!!!!

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OS

Sat, 2008-07-05 08:50

Sorry but most of my stuff comes from OS , I do occasionally buy from Tackle shack and bluewater and my last drop shot came from Ryan but most lures and line comes from USA .

 

you can't get Xraps here in WA for $4.50 but I can from the USA , $15 postage and handling , well a spool of 250m braid for $9 and 1 lure covers that easily, Gulp soft placcies for $3.50 here there $9 or there abouts.

 Rapala's are sooo cheap in Finland WinkWink

About the only thing these days bought from shops are rods , bait and some terminal tackle that I need straight away .

 

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Yes i am also in the $1000 -

Thu, 2008-11-27 06:49

Yes i am also in the $1000 - $3000 ranger there just one probablem im still collecting 

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Depends on how many steep point trips

Mon, 2009-03-09 08:49

I probably spend about 1-3k depending on how many steep point trips are made in a year, also now i have my dinghy that cost will probably go up. BUGGER! ( Im sure there is worse ways to spend money)

 

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We hardly spend anything

Mon, 2009-03-09 11:44

 be lucky if its $50 for the year. The biggest outlay was the winches and that was years ago, & his alvie 9" boat rod. We fish with winches the only thing we might lose is a sinker/hooks if snagged, Bob makes them, he has all the molds from tiny to 4lb's.  Good hooks and squid jigs would be just about all he buys but he does spend hours in tackle shops looking, the only thing I'd like to out lay for the boat is a portia-potie

 

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Too much!

Mon, 2009-03-09 12:19

Some years $7000-10000 and some $10k plus. I cant help but have all the toys and more.....a sweet taste doesnt help!

 

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When you spend $100 bucks

Mon, 2009-03-09 16:54

When you spend $100 bucks each for GT poppers it doesn't take long to spend a fair bit. Add to that $1000 rods and reels and a big live aboard trip and geez... so easy to go well over 10k.

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Single

Mon, 2009-03-09 17:14

Better stay single boys, if your going to maintain the standard of retail fishing therapy to which you are accustomed.

LOL

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lol

Sat, 2009-03-21 11:36

LOL! alrite

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therapy!

Sat, 2009-03-21 21:40

I'm stocking up so when that time comes John i'm all sorted with gear (therapy excuse ha ha). Having 2 boats means double the spending but tax deductable which i like Laughing

 

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Perk

Sun, 2009-03-22 16:36

Tax deductible fishing gear hey, that's a nice perk.

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good idea John.

Mon, 2009-03-09 17:29

good idea John.

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that is a good idea unless

Tue, 2009-03-10 06:04

that is a good idea unless you find a partner that you got to stop them spending $$$$ on fishing gear and other boat bits , not that im complaining about spending big $$$ on the new sounder

well and truly blown our previous estimateLaughing

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Yep 3-7 i reckon, thatd be including boat fuel and bait i guess.

Tue, 2009-03-10 00:12

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10k Plus easy I spent that

Thu, 2009-03-12 23:30

10k Plus easy I spent that since the beginning of the year :/ I like honsu I have to have all the toys. it is said he who dies with the most toys wins, and i generally hate being a loser :(

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yep!

Sat, 2009-03-21 11:34

spend $350!

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well considering just bought

Sat, 2009-03-21 11:48

well considering just bought a 5mt centre console as a tender for the Barcrusher $8000 plus two more dofights $3000 plus a northstar sounder/gps combo for the son put me over the 10k mark already plus I still need more gear for the Kalbarri trip

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Add a bit more to my yearly

Tue, 2009-05-19 14:30

Add a bit more to my yearly list considering I just spent another $3500 on two more outfits geez Im glad my Mrs does not look at this siteInnocent

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I've spent well over $5k

Mon, 2009-09-21 13:40

I've spent well over $5k this year (on gear) & there's still a few months left (not to mention the cost to go on high end charters). I'll be purchasing another stella, ripple fisher & jigging master rod soon - so the cost keeps increasing. Fortunately, I'm able to offload some of my older gear to supplement these new purchases. Though, there are years where I'll only spend a $100 - but the missus still doesn't understand this. It's a habit/addiction.

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wayyyyyyyyyyyyy too much

Mon, 2009-09-21 13:52

wayyyyyyyyyyyyy too much this year LOL

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You could run a small country on what you have spent this

Mon, 2009-09-21 13:56

year Matt (Lol).

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shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh the g/f

Mon, 2009-09-21 13:59

shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh the g/f might find out LOL

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Hmmm I have spent to much, i

Thu, 2009-11-19 08:10

Hmmm I have spent to much, i have made extra rod holders in the shed and just buy them and slip them into place, so my wife doesnt know, none the wiser, but when i go out and she goes when did you get that, i say what this old thing had it for ages. no questions asked.

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How much do I spend

Fri, 2009-11-20 11:23

Seems Im always at the tackle shop. At a guess approx $7000, dont tell the wife most is stored behind locked doors in the shed.

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$5,000 and still going

Sun, 2010-03-28 11:34

Rods, reels, braid and hooks, sinkers and it never stops. Went out with some mate and hook fish the size I have never fought before. Bigger rods, bigger reels etc etc. We hopefully that is it for this year already as the misses is wondering where her holiday went.
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i allready got my gear

Sun, 2010-03-28 20:06

got everything i allready need from bream fishing to 400m deep winches to 2000m of 120lb braid from marlin:o

just general gear keeps it up there $$$

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Just voted $3-7k range and

Sun, 2010-03-28 20:13

Just voted $3-7k range and worth every cent, even if the per dollar catch ratio is skewed to my fish costing $500kg HAHA as someone's qoute says: In a mad world only the mad are sane

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i have to really learn the

Sun, 2010-03-28 20:14

i have to really learn the art of a)going into a tackle store and buying for the hell of it and b)convincing my self i need that new ________? (what ever it is ) lol

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it is very encouraging to

Mon, 2010-03-29 17:33

it is very encouraging to hear that other have similar schemes to mine as to the missus not finding out the true worth of my tackle and boat bits.

They never would understand anyway, that I have to buy quality. Unfortunately I have other persuits that also take a drain on $ ie Diving, sport etc

I would say I would come in at $1000-3000

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GOING FISHING

Sun, 2010-06-06 08:29

I think that i just get to excited before i go out on my once a year charter about 3K

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The Cost

Sun, 2010-06-06 21:54

Fuel+Bait+Line+tackle+I must have the latest toy. Yep at least $7000 each year.

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You guys are real fisherman.

Wed, 2010-06-09 19:44

You guys are real fisherman. Seems like you don't count the booze account into these figures. I guess you can probably double the quoted figures then. LOL Good stuff, My bill is small, fishing of a JetSki I can not carry too much equipment so I will be under $1000 per year. Wonder what woman spend on books, make up, etc etc. I am so lucky, my wife works to support all my hobbies, RC planes, diving, Fishing, what can I say. I love her.

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