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IAN: There's a boulder right there. SIMON: There is. We're gonna hit that.
IAN: Dodge 'em car. Rod, rod, rod. SIMON: Lean into the log. Not away from it.
JASE: Just lean into the log. We're good. We're good. Watch your head. A bit close.
CAMERAMAN: What about me? JASE: Nearly wiped out the cameraman. You
good, mate? CAMERAMAN: Yeah.
JASE: Is it deep? Alright, we're going in. We're going in. Oh ****.
SIMON: I reckon we want to go right over to the left there, aye?
JASE: Because this tide's dropped now, this fresh water is starting to crank. See if I've
got a bit of control with this motor. Just hold us in position. I don't want to go---.
****. We're going backwards. ****.
It will give me a bit of control. Come on, baby.
No, we're gonna hit.
Well that was a bit intense. Especially by myself.
The biggest fear there,
is when you hit a rock, the water just wants to tip you, and tip the boat over and once
we tip that boat. Watch your head. We're not out of it yet.
The problem is with a rapid like that, once your boat gets caught on a rock, the water can
push your boat. Tip it over. You get that thing wet and you can't get it goin', we're
40 mile from our cars, our cars are in the middle of nowhere. I was just talkin' to Ian,
he'd never even been up there before. So that puts it all into perspective when something
like that becomes a challenge. You've just gotta pull it all together and make it happen.
Let's go fishing.