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« on: May 15, 2020, 08:15:21 AM »

Hey all!

New to the group and also new to salt water kayak fishing. Iíve been in the bay a few times for fluke and plenty of lakes but never ventured out front. I see a lot of information about surf launching but has anyone ever gone out front through the inlet? To me it seems like it could be less of a chance of flipping.

I was thinking of going through Corsonís inlet or Abseconís inlet to get out front. I have a hobie compass and I would choose a day that is calm with a west wind.

Thanks for any information! Tight lines!!!
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« Reply #2 on: May 18, 2020, 06:51:27 AM »

  ... Boat fisherman here so I am of no help but I am sure somebody will reply who could be of assistance. ...Tight lines .... 

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« Reply #3 on: May 28, 2020, 09:11:47 PM »

    Be very careful at inlets waves and wakes come
From everywhere, I know a lot of people that have flipped in the inlets, they had pro anglers, so that is a big kayak and flipped with a exapericed kayaker. So choose the time and place carefully. If you do a surf launch put everything you can inside your kayak ,if it is a sit on top. Leash everything down or you will
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