Kayak Fishing Ultimate Resource

Palmetto Boat Ramp

Palmetto Boat Ramp Hot

 
0.0
 
0.0 (0)
938   0   0   0   0
Write Review

Location

Location type:

Location Information

Access Type:
Kayak/Canoe Access
Latitude:
30.143850545583103
Longitude:
-81.5537311427002
Water:
Freshwater
Water Type:
River
Species:
  • bass largemouth
  • catfish
  • gar
  • panfish
  • other
Parking:
Yes
Launch Fees:
No
Cart Needed:
No
Difficulty:
Easy
One of three public boat ramps for Julington Creek. There are bathrooms and picnic tables near the ramp. The creek is about 7 miles long and leads into the St. Johns river and is affected by the tide but not by too much. It is brackish water so you can sometimes catch some saltwater fish but its more fresh than salt. Manatees swim through here a lot especially during the summer the preserve covers the whole left side of the creek if your paddling west. A lot of gar and bowfin..
Advertisement:

Map

Swap Start/End

User reviews

There are no user reviews for this listing.
Already have an account?
Ratings (the higher the better)
Stars
Comments

Get the YakAngler Newsletter!

Keep tabs on all the latest from YakAngler.

Latest From The Forum

    • MontyMurdoch's Avatar
    • A few from the weekend
    • Bass here in Chattanooga, TN area are not on beds yet that I can tell. Of course, with all this rain we have had the water is HIGH and the lakes are...
    • 3 days 3 hours ago
    • MontyMurdoch's Avatar
    • Dry Suits - Again
    • Clay, That is what this site is about. Back in the day, it was much more active with a lot of people involved, but I think FaceBook groups have hurt...
    • 3 days 3 hours ago
    • hockeyboy09's Avatar
    • Paddling against tides
    • Thanks everyone, I'm paddling a Tarpon 120. It's a good paddling yak. Not good for standing though. I paddled against and with a slow tide. It...
    • 4 days 22 hours ago
    • Stumpkiller's Avatar
    • Yak-Power Battery Box Charging question
    • Yes. It will turn green with a full charge. Note that the box's power switch must he in the "on" position for the batteries to charge.
    • 6 days 7 hours ago

More Topics »