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Offline NoobBoatie

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Some recommendations for kayaking please
« on: Thu 20 Jul 12:52 2017 »
Guys still beating myself up for selling my Hobie Quest 13 when I bought the boat, reluctantly downgrade to a Dragon Kayak 2.5 seater. I'm after some recommendations for easy paddling and maybe a bit of fishing? I'm close to Brisbane river at Jindalee but not sure if it's worth going there. Anyone got a favourite destination that I can pinch off :)?
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Re: Some recommendations for kayaking please
« Reply #1 on: Thu 20 Jul 20:36 2017 »
I'm guessing bull sharks n catfish are in that neck of the woods. One of my brothers used to date a girl way up on the Bremer river n her little brother would get bullies upto n over a meter n also mud crabs off the jetty at the back of their place.
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Re: Some recommendations for kayaking please
« Reply #2 on: Thu 20 Jul 21:08 2017 »
Depends on what you are looking for, nice paddling and OK fishing is the fresh
water parts of the rivers, like the Logan, Albert, Coomera and Nerang. For fishing
I like the Broadwater and the mouths of the Gold coast rivers.

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    Re: Some recommendations for kayaking please
    « Reply #3 on: Fri 21 Jul 12:03 2017 »
    Depends on what you are looking for, nice paddling and OK fishing is the fresh
    water parts of the rivers, like the Logan, Albert, Coomera and Nerang. For fishing
    I like the Broadwater and the mouths of the Gold coast rivers.

    Cheers Jason
    do you have a place where you would load out ?

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    Re: Some recommendations for kayaking please
    « Reply #4 on: Fri 21 Jul 12:51 2017 »
    Bit close to you and they do regular events


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    Re: Some recommendations for kayaking please
    « Reply #5 on: Fri 28 Jul 10:21 2017 »
    The river is quite muddy up that way I find. Colmslie is much nicer.

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