Could Eddie Holub be the oldest man to fish on a jet-ski?
The 67-year-old is a jet-ski fishing fanatic and is hosting the South Coast's first ever jet-ski fishing competition over the October long weekend at Bermagui.
More than a decade ago, Mr Holub turned his family jet-ski into the ultimate fishing rig. Ever since, he has been hooked.
"I get the best of both worlds," he said.
"Swinging to the front - it's like riding a motorbike, then turn around to the back - I have a fishing boat."
He said it's easy to launch and handle on his own, although he gets lonely at times; so he came up with the idea to host an event to meet like-minded people and promote safety.
"I would love to have company on a regular basis and maybe even start a club bi-monthly or quarterly," he said.
"I wanted to promote something that stipulates the rules and encourages safe jet-ski use.
"It's important to go over the rules and regulations on the day, especially those of distance and speed."
Mr Holub is a volunteer at Bermagui Marine Rescue and vice-president of the Bermagui Hotel Fishing Club. He wants to break the stigma associated with jet-skis.
"I would like to change the public opinion that all jet-ski owners misuse PWC (power water craft), unfortunately some do - they risk the public safety and their own," he said.
Representatives of Yamaha and Sea-Doo will join in the fun over the weekend. Plus the support of Marine Rescue and Bermagui Surf Life Saving Club.
If you are keen on fishing, but don't have a jet-ski, or vice versa, Mr Holub insisted you come along.
"If you have a jet-ski and don't fish, come along and see how it's done," he said.
"If you're thinking of buying a jet-ski, there will be plenty around for inspiration."
For more information about the Bermagui Jet-Ski Fishing Competition on October 4-6, CLICK HERE.
To register, contact Eddie Holub via email, firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0428 040 934.