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Hurricane Mike
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Member since Jun 2008
6425 posts

re: Kayaking

I have a Hobie Outback but it's a grand more than what you are looking for. I got it for leg exercise and hands free fishing.



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dstone12
East Carolina Fan
Member since Jan 2007
4451 posts

re: Kayaking
you can have a lot of fun on a sit on top





ocean fishing
new river (mountain whitewater.......4 day trips)
edisto (flat and fast 2 day trips)

take a look LINK
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dstone12
East Carolina Fan
Member since Jan 2007
4451 posts

re: Kayaking
boatsnhose,

may I make a suggestion?


Perception always makes the 'year later' version of wilderness systems. you can find it cheaper that way, new.


however, craiglist is the way to go. you can repair almost any boat.....check this out we fixed this boat with a 16 inch gash.....brooks falls. I have never seen a boat "taco-ed" like this one but we went the rest of the 27 mile trip....awesome

taco'ed commander

at the 3:10 mark...."ah, your boat's folded bro"
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greasemonkey
Alabama Fan
Macclenny Fl aka south JAWJA
Member since Aug 2012
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Coon
Nicholls St. Fan
La 56 Southbound
Member since Feb 2005
16292 posts

re: Kayaking
Some friends and I have wanted to set up a float/paddle overnight or two night trip where we can haul some kayaks (s.o.t. fishing) up river, drop a truck off at the end of the route, and paddle down and camp on sand bars. We live in southeast La. Any spots around here (miss, al, east tex) that we could do this?


carrotsticktiger
LSU Fan
Mandeville, Louisiana
Member since Apr 2012
2037 posts

re: Kayaking
maybe the bogue chitto?


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weaveballs1
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Jun 2010
1462 posts

re: Kayaking
Wilderness Tarpon 120 SOT is pretty much what you're looking for.


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dstone12
East Carolina Fan
Member since Jan 2007
4451 posts

re: Kayaking
quote:

Some friends and I have wanted to set up a float/paddle overnight or two night trip where we can haul some kayaks (s.o.t. fishing) up river, drop a truck off at the end of the route, and paddle down and camp on sand bars. We live in southeast La. Any spots around here (miss, al, east tex) that we could do this?




You'd definitely prefer a stretch with some current to it.

Check out "the ghost yakers" on facebook.

they do it all the time. they have launched on the edisto, new, catawba and pee dee rivers at midnight. found a place to camp, wake up and do it again.


Coon
Nicholls St. Fan
La 56 Southbound
Member since Feb 2005
16292 posts

re: Kayaking
Those are all places in the east. Not around here.


dstone12
East Carolina Fan
Member since Jan 2007
4451 posts

re: Kayaking
uhhhh,

gee thanks. and i understand that.

just giving you expamples of rivers with current to them, so you aren't paddling all day to go 6 miles.


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