GPS Marks

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GPS Marks

Post by 460Sunmaster » Mon Apr 22, 2013 7:33 pm

Hi Just wondering if we have a Section for members GPS Marks , in port phillip and corio bays? I have added to my a few to my GPS but looking for some more.. :r

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Re: GPS MArks

Post by Murlz » Mon Apr 22, 2013 7:35 pm

There maybe a spot in the VIP area. I'm not sure though. Worth a look.
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Re: GPS MArks

Post by 460Sunmaster » Mon Apr 22, 2013 7:39 pm

yeah had a look nothing there..

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Re: GPS MArks

Post by poodoo » Mon Apr 22, 2013 9:10 pm

You could pm fishingvic and see if he can set up a new section somewhere.

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Re: GPS MArks

Post by Fish-cador » Mon Apr 22, 2013 9:41 pm

From an article written by Jarrod Day a few years back. Cant remember the name of the magazine.

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Ansetts, Mornington, SNAPPER: S 38 11.298, E 145 00.495

Outer Artificial Reef, Carrum, SNAPPER: S38 04.799, E 145 02.098

Inner Artificial Reef, Chelsea, SNAPPER, FLATHEAD: S 38 03.109, E 144 58.942

Seaford, SNAPPER: S38 06.829, E145 06.666

Frankston: SNAPPER: 38 10.102, E 145 02.489

Altona P2, SNAPPER: S 37 55.398, E 144 52.929

Werribee, SNAPPER, GUMMY SHARK: S38 00.176, E 144 52.883

Fawkner Beacon, Sandringham: SNAPPER: S37 57.469, E144 55.981

Corio Bay, SNAPPER: S38 03.645, E 144 36.203

Werribee, WHITING: S37 58.906, E 144.43.140

Indented Head, WHITING: S38 06.645, E144 44.084

Portsea, WHITING: S38 19.080, E 144 43.431

Beaumaris, SALMON: S38 00.087, E 145 01.989

Portsea, GUMMY SHARK: S38 17.182, E 144 41.451

Symmonds Channel, GUMMY SHARK: S38 16.268, E 14443.764

Symmonds Channel, FLATHEAD, SNAPPER GUMMY SHARK: S38 13.638, E 144 48.623

Sorrento, FLATHEAD: S 38 20.041, E 144 46.574
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Re: GPS Marks

Post by fishingvic » Mon Apr 22, 2013 10:19 pm

new sub-category created:

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Re: GPS Marks

Post by 460Sunmaster » Tue Apr 23, 2013 3:33 pm

Thanks!

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Re: GPS Marks

Post by Sikrig » Fri Dec 13, 2013 4:54 am

There is a good iPhone app calle the fishing mate. The GPS doesn't seem to work, but it has a heap of markers with latitude and longitude reference points

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Re: GPS Marks

Post by re-tyred » Fri Dec 13, 2013 6:27 pm

Here are a few lakes entrance marks to get you started

SE S37°58.6152' E148°04.2654' 255 Plus I E 0.0
W FRENCH S38°02.5039' E147°55.4185' 000 Plus FRENCH
W STH1 S37°58.8018' E147°57.0165' 255 Plus
W STH2 S37°58.6525' E147°56.5901' 009 Plus
W ERIC S37°59.1004' E147°49.1518' 255 Plus Gummy
W ERIC2 S37°59.3989' E147°48.4885' 255 Plus Gummy
W PIPE S38°01.6381' E147°46.9250' 255 Plus
W PIPE2 S38°01.7873' E147°46.5460' 255 Plus
W EDGE S37°58.5779' E147°55.2636' 009 Plus
W EDGE2 S37°58.4659' E147°54.8372' 255 Plus
W EDGE3 S37°58.4286' E147°54.3634' 255 Plus
W STHCNR S37°58.7453' E147°56.0502' 000 Plus STHCNR
W STHCN0 S37°57.6946' E147°57.6034' 010 Fish STHCNRIN Closest reef to the Bar
W STCNRO S37°58.6766' E147°57.4056' 010 Fish STCNROUT
W PIPELINE S38°01.9736' E147°47.0063' 000 Plus PIPELI
W PASADENA S38°04.5002' E147°50.5005' 000 Plane PAS

Pasadena reef is an isolated very small bit on the pipeline but much wider than the other pipeline reef. It was made when they constructed the pipeline from the marlin platform to the beach. The pipe plow ripped up some sandstone slabs and turned them on end forming a small reef. It is very hard to find on the sounder but is worth fishing all around the area.
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Re: GPS Marks

Post by rixter » Fri Dec 13, 2013 6:51 pm

If anyone is chasing GPS hot spots in WPB , "Bisho's Bait and Tackle" in Warragul are selling a 'newish' huge foldout map of wpb with a tonne of good GPS marks for different species, is about $8 from memory. It's probably available from other local tackle shops also.

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