Kayak locations

Portarlington, St Leonards, Queenscliff
Jared_fletcher
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Kayak locations

Postby Jared_fletcher » Wed Nov 07, 2018 10:39 am

Hey gents. Just brought a kayak and wondering if anyone’s got any spots that I could start off with, a couple hundred meters off sore. From portalington to st leanords



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Re: Kayak locations

Postby 4liters » Wed Nov 07, 2018 10:44 am

Anywhere really. There’s going to be less current at portarlington but depending on what yak you’ve bought that could be zero issue. Use google maps to find some spots with a car park close to the beach and try there
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Re: Kayak locations

Postby cheaterparts » Wed Nov 07, 2018 3:00 pm

Jared_fletcher wrote:Hey gents. Just brought a kayak and wondering if anyone’s got any spots that I could start off with, a couple hundred meters of shore


Jared the first spot to try is getting back on your kayak in deep water - if you have just bought a kayak that is the first thing to learn before fishing
a couple of hundred meters is to far to swim if you can't get back on
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Re: Kayak locations

Postby Jared_fletcher » Fri Nov 09, 2018 7:05 pm

cheaterparts wrote:
Jared_fletcher wrote:Hey gents. Just brought a kayak and wondering if anyone’s got any spots that I could start off with, a couple hundred meters of shore


Jared the first spot to try is getting back on your kayak in deep water - if you have just bought a kayak that is the first thing to learn before fishing
a couple of hundred meters is to far to swim if you can't get back on


That sounds smart. I’ll make sure to do that


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