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Lake Dunlap #13761100 11/08/20 12:33 AM
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Anyone launch under I35 and go downstream lately?
Wondering if you can Kayak back to the boat ramp or is current to strong.

Re: Lake Dunlap [Re: Guadhopper] #13762011 11/08/20 08:03 PM
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Went this morning to take a look.
Water is not moving that fast paddling downstream and back to ramp is not a problem

Re: Lake Dunlap [Re: Guadhopper] #13765740 11/11/20 06:22 AM
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It’s not too bad paddling downstream from the launch the only tough part is that last 200 yards or so coming back up stream. If there has been a decent rain upstream, that last 200 yards is brutal! Other than that, it’s a fairly easy paddle. I’ve got a few vids on my YouTube channel that may give you a heads up


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