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There is access points to the canal on both ends, drive across the weirs and launch from gravel rd on other side of canal.
 
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Nice Dropin
McAlpine Dam at Harrison Ave ramp
 
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Fishing the output of the hydro's can be very productive for Stripers, Hybrids, and Sauger. The drop off behind the hydro's are great for catfish. The water level can fluctuate greatly here so check the water levels prior to fishing the McAlpine dame. Water levels can be found at NOAA site.
Fort Desoto mangrove cut
 
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May 29, 2014   605   0   1   0   0
Nice stretch of mangrove lined backwater. Trout, redfish, and snook can be found all over this area. Since adding a 6ft deep cut in the bayou the snook populations have really done well in this area. The bayou now gets 100 percent water exchange every 24 hours. If the fishing here is slow you can always head to the bay side or one of the two piers in the park.
 
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Remote West Texas river. Part of Lake Amistad. Located off US 90 approximately 40 miles west of Del Rio, near the point where the Pecos joins the Rio Grande. Concrete ramp Fishing pier Open all year Maintained by National Park Service (830) 775-7491 Paddle Trail: Pecos Railroad Bridge: Located approximately 6 miles up river from the Pecos boat launch is the Pecos railroad bridge , also known as the "High Bridge." Paddling this part of the Pecos River is an excellent day trip. The tall, scenic limestone cliffs surround you, while offering side canyons to explore and wildlife watching...
 
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A great spot to get out of the wind and explore a vast National Refuge. Loaded with reds, snook and trout..
 
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Cherry Point Landing - offers access to Bohicket Creek and the lower Edisto River.
 
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This reservoir is located in the second largest municipal park in the US in the city of Roanoke, VA. There is a $2 a day use fee, or you can purchase a year pass for $20. If you do not have a kayak you can rent one here for $7 an hour. There is also a 10 horsepower limit here so you will not be ran down by large powerboats..
 
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Parking is at the top of the hill but you can load and unload at the bottom of the ramp.
 
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May 29, 2014   475   0   1   0   0
End of the road, then drive down the dirt road to the parking area. Head downstream. Lots of great fishing spots with docks and plenty of structure.
 
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Launch is at John Wright Restaurant in Wrightsville. Paddle up or down stream to fish the rocks for smallies in the summer time.
 
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Easy access to the tree lines in the creek and main lake points.
 
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Put the kayak in behind Joe's on the East side (not West. The creek back there allows you to float your kayak out and walk it toward open water. Can be low at times and you'll need your rods laying down to avoid the bridge and trees.
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