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High port or Eisenhower w/ kayak? #13336208 11/08/19 09:59 PM
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I'm going fishing on Sun afternoon in a kayak and I'm curious if ya'll would recommend that I launch at Highport or Eisenhower? Obviously I can't paddle too far in a yak so I'm hoping to get closer to where the fish have been found when I launch.

Thoughts?

Thanks!

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Re: High port or Eisenhower w/ kayak? [Re: dwright] #13336268 11/08/19 11:30 PM
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I fished today out of high port. We caught fish under birds between the marina and islands. Not too far to paddle. Can’t speak for Eisenhower though.

Re: High port or Eisenhower w/ kayak? [Re: dwright] #13336525 11/09/19 04:53 AM
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On a calm day, I would recommend launching from highport and going to the islands. The wind is supposed to be from the south at 11+ In the afternoon which I would say is risky in a kayak. I would recommend launching by the dam vs. Eisenhower and fishing some of the humps by the dam or going in the am vs. the pm.


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