offshore Lakes Entrance for Easter

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Re: offshore Lakes Entrance for Easter

Postby Kimtown » Sun Apr 01, 2018 7:07 pm

also I must say lakes entrance is one of the worst places for nuffy vacationers who have no idea about boat etiquette or boating in general. I dont know how many times a hire boat filled with obnoxious asians almost ran me into some kind of obstruction like a marker, or some millionaire idiot in a 30 foot searae bow runner hammering past me outside the channel at 35 knots while I'm at anchor



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Re: offshore Lakes Entrance for Easter

Postby Lightningx » Sun Apr 01, 2018 7:21 pm

It’s unfortunate but there are always idiots like that around mate :down:

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Re: offshore Lakes Entrance for Easter

Postby re-tyred » Mon Apr 02, 2018 6:04 am

This is why the locals tend to leave their boats at home during the holidays. So many forget to take their manners when they head off on holidays. The hire boats do not require a licence or common sense.
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Re: offshore Lakes Entrance for Easter

Postby Kimtown » Mon Apr 02, 2018 7:55 am

re-tyred wrote:This is why the locals tend to leave their boats at home during the holidays. So many forget to take their manners when they head off on holidays. The hire boats do not require a licence or common sense.

Yeah the hire boat system is an absolute joke. Definitely needs to be looked at.

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Re: offshore Lakes Entrance for Easter

Postby All ways fishin » Mon Apr 02, 2018 2:59 pm

You are all right about hire boats but these blow ins on holidays don’t know how to follow channel markers or witch side they should be entering and exiting port especially one at a time crossing bar.......
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Re: offshore Lakes Entrance for Easter

Postby Tackleberry » Tue Apr 03, 2018 12:39 am

re-tyred wrote:This is why the locals tend to leave their boats at home during the holidays. So many forget to take their manners when they head off on holidays. The hire boats do not require a licence or common sense.


haha you got that right mike :a_goodjob: :a_goodjob: :a_goodjob:
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