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San Antonio Kayaking #13673651 08/19/20 06:32 PM
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I just got a Kayak and am looking for places in the SA area. I live in Schertz, and have been to Blanco St Park a couple of times, but was looking for something closer. Any suggestions?

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Not sure about "closer" but Boerne Lake was always a nice place to paddle. No outboard motors allowed so it is kayak friendly.

Dunlap, McQueeny, etc were nice lakes to yak. Not sure about accessibility these days.

I grew up on Canyon Lake and that is not too far from your area.

Head west and take 281 North and hit any of the Highland Lakes/Colorado River

Comal River

San Marcos river

Guadalupe River

Go further south and kayak Calaveras or Braunig lakes

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Are Braunig and Calaveras still being stocked with Reds?

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Originally Posted by lurenthewind
Are Braunig and Calaveras still being stocked with Reds?

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200,000 stocked fingerling the last 2 years in a row.

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Are Braunig and Calaveras still being stocked with Reds?

Wayne


200,000 stocked fingerling the last 2 years in a row.


https://www.mysanantonio.com/news/l...dlife-stocks-nearly-600-000-14467586.php

Re: San Antonio Kayaking [Re: Matt Houston] #13675885 08/21/20 06:41 PM
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Thanks for the info, looks like a lot of places to explore!

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Cibolo Creek is very close by. Great fishery. Also the Guadalupe River in New Braunfels east. Good fishing as well! Also use Google. thumb


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Both Calaveras and Braunig are great places to kayak.
Many local kayakers have caught reds trolling along the dams of both lakes with great success, and catfishing has been good as well.
Downside these days is the increase in fees, but if you hold your nose and buy an annual pass it eases the pain just a bit.


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