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- Thu Mar 15, 2018 8:58 pm
- Forum: Melbourne CBD & Docklands area
- Topic: Melbourne Fishing Maribyrnong and Yarra River
- Replies: 8
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fresh water species would be further upstream above the weirs (Abbottsford and Avondale heights respectively)
Which marker is referred to as Dumb Joes? Top feed there, do you know hpw big that flattie was? There have been some beasties around this year Hi laneends, I’m not 100% to be honest but I was told this, the dumb joe marker is the one nearest the point cook marine sanctuary- literally on the point. ...
So any of u blokes actually got a idea what it's worth....was main point of thread....ta Need to know how old it is, You can only tell this from the serial number which should be be etched underneath the rear of hull somewhere, last two digits give year 09, etc. Also how old (version the drive is)....
As a yakker myself this sh*ts me. Even this morning at Kirks point before first light and fog bound it was packed out there with kayaks and tinnys. The majority with no lights whatsoever (1 out of 6 kayaks had a light). There is going to be a catastrophe sooner or later
If you go down end of Hourigan camp lane at Yanankie and follow the track at the end to shallow inlet You can walk out to the channel at low tide. Got some good Trevs there. itried beach fishing corner inlet side of yanakie, but it was shallow and full of monster banjos.
At the end of beach rd? Yes, concrete ramp, but there is nowhere to tie your boat so it is near impossible solo and you have to be careful not to get washed into rocks either side. Small boats only use it, gets rough on an easterly. Tinnies are often launched around the corner off the beach down the...