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Postby Viders » 29 Sep 2019, 20:42

Hi all Viders here.

I’m new to the kayaking world (well about 12 months). I love my freshwater fishing predominantly chasing trout on lure and fly. I received my kayak for my 50th last year (3mt Kayak2Fish) which is simple, stable and have enjoyed kitting it out with a fish finder, electric motor etc. Enjoy getting to many spots to fish where once it was out of reach.
Most of my fishing is done around Eildon, central Victoria ( Tullaroop, Upper Coliban, Lauriston, Barkers Creek Res) of which all have recently been open to kayak/canoe access. Haven’t mustered the courage yet to float on salt water, but might start small and try for some whiting and flatties at Swan Bay near Queenscliff. That might do me for now :)

Anyway look forward being part of vyak sharing and reading the experience out there. Hope to see you on the water :thumbsup:
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Re: Hey there

Postby peatop » 29 Sep 2019, 22:51

Welcome Michael, you with find swan bay mostly suitable to your kayak as its well protected, however watch out as easterlys rip it up a lot.
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