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Re: Acronyms

Postby MrTall » 02 Apr 2015, 19:35

cheaterparts wrote:also know as Lake disappointment --- Port Phillip Bay

Thats funny!
A new one to me.
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Re: Acronyms

Postby Gozz » 05 Apr 2015, 11:33

MrTall wrote:
cheaterparts wrote:also know as Lake disappointment --- Port Phillip Bay

Thats funny!.


Don't encourage them mate. :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: Acronyms

Postby Widsa » 05 Apr 2015, 15:29

cheaterparts wrote:Mud Brothers -- mainly aimed at those that frequent the muddy end of Westernport ie LL - JJ the G spot and Tenby get your tide wrong and you will find out why

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above Will ( Widsa ) a failed Mud Brother - Will failed on his first attempt and with out the work needed to achieve his dream has never risen to highs .
the -Gaybay -- also know as Lake disappointment --- Port Phillip Bay


Ok! Easy there tiger.
Yeah I got stuck, then half sunk the next trip with you!...
The common denominator was fishing with you.
Ever since I quit fishing with you it's all smooth sailing and very mudless expeditions.
Little do you know I lurk your haunts regularly in the comfort of the boat.
Always keep your eyes on the boats cheater, you never know when I will come for my revenge!
I have will make sure I have toadfish and buckets o' mud on board next time I know your around. :twisted:
Somebody just back of you while you are fishing is as bad as someone looking over your shoulder while you write a letter to your girl. ~Ernest Hemingway
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Re: Acronyms

Postby lokie87 » 05 Apr 2015, 15:32

MrTall wrote:
cheaterparts wrote:also know as Lake disappointment --- Port Phillip Bay

Thats funny!
A new one to me.

Love it so true big bowl of nothing
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Re: Acronyms

Postby cheaterparts » 06 Apr 2015, 10:28

Widsa wrote:
Ok! Easy there tiger.
Yeah I got stuck, then half sunk the next trip with you!...
The common denominator was fishing with you.


snicker ! snicker !

Come on Will you need to make a come back and come out for a 3rd trip with Cheater -- you know 3rd time lucky
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Re: Acronyms

Postby Outback Pro » 17 Apr 2019, 17:32

thanks guys very helpful :yahoo: :yahoo:
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Re: Acronyms

Postby outback paul » 17 Apr 2019, 18:28

Thanks guys, some helpful information there. I believe The Goat Track (GT) is somewhere near Fishers Beach Mornington, but is there a launch there, or do you launch from Fishers and paddle round?
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Re: Acronyms

Postby Jacko » 17 Apr 2019, 22:13

outback paul wrote:Thanks guys, some helpful information there. I believe The Goat Track (GT) is somewhere near Fishers Beach Mornington, but is there a launch there, or do you launch from Fishers and paddle round?


GT is Located halfway between Fishies Beach and Mt Martha Beach North.
50m north of Benton Road, opposite 631 Esplanade Mornington.
When there is no parking at Mornington there is often parking here.
Mav & others used to launch regularly at the bottom of the goat track.
Mav also used to prune the bushes and clear the track to make access for yaks.

Last time I was there the track was clear but there was a bit of a step at the bottom to get to the launch site.

See link to launch places below for a video & commentary about GT.
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Re: Acronyms

Postby maverick » 18 Apr 2019, 10:39

The condition of the GT is unknown for I have moved and no longer maintain the track like I used to, much to the chagrin of the local council. Easy walk down the hill, tougher walk back up the hill. But it puts you within 500m of prime fishing area. The 5 min walk saves 20 mins paddleing/pedaling. Just the rocks on the beach can be annoying if no one has made a ramp.
Well past the edge, almost at the point of no return.
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Re: Acronyms

Postby Outback Pro » 19 Apr 2019, 08:28

tyvm for the info so much better to know all those acronyms. great job :yahoo: :yahoo:
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