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    Senior Member SouthernExposure's Avatar
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    I love Black Creek! I have been from Brooklyn to Cypress Creek Landing twice and it still is as beautiful as always. Hanging on the creek is on my short list.

    Thanks for reminding me of how beautiful those sand bars are!

    SouthernExposure

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    what kind of kayak is that????

    also next time you go to the DeSoto..... Give me a holler....

    Looked like a great time
    My memory's not as sharp as it used to be. Also, my memory's not as sharp as it used to be.

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    Looks like the trip was a lot of fun. How many miles did you float?

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    Me and a couple buddies camp and/or play disc golf a lot at Paul B Johnson state park (which borders de soto) and have been wanting to float/camp/fish the black creek for a while. What kind of fish were you mostly catching? What was working best on them?

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    Thumbs up Kayaking and Hanging= Maximum Fun!

    This is my FAVORITE way to travel and camp, I haven't in the past couple of years and now I'm getting a hankering to get the kayak out and take a trip somewhere. Just where exactly is this location your photos are taken of? At first I thought it was the panhandle of Florida as it looks very familiar, but then so does most of the gulf coastal region. Thanks for positing and maybe consider making a video sometime.

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    Nice rig!

    I like the Natives, is that head rest a DIY? I have yet to do Black Creek yet. Do you do Wolf? I have done the 2 nighter about 6 times. Would like to know how they compare.

    swank

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    Thanks for sharing. Never knew how much I was missing until I got my first kayak.

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    Sorry it has taken time to get back to everyoneís questions, I spent the weekend at Shepard State Park. Iím running out of vacation time so Iím getting in all the trips I can.

    Quote Originally Posted by bdbart View Post
    what kind of kayak is that????
    also next time you go to the DeSoto..... Give me a holler....
    Looked like a great time
    Itís a Native watercraft Ultimate 12 Angler.
    Planning on it again this spring.

    Quote Originally Posted by bacall79 View Post
    Looks like the trip was a lot of fun. How many miles did you float?
    Itís about a 10 mile float, and youíre probably thinking, THAT TOOK 4 DAYíS? But the reason is I donít paddle! I like to slowly take in every detail of the scenery.

    Quote Originally Posted by Southernfan6885 View Post
    Me and a couple buddies camp and/or play disc golf a lot at Paul B Johnson state park (which borders de soto) and have been wanting to float/camp/fish the black creek for a while. What kind of fish were you mostly catching? What was working best on them?
    I was getting large mouth bass and blue gills, all on a white beetle spin.

    Quote Originally Posted by swankfly View Post
    I like the Natives, is that head rest a DIY? I have yet to do Black Creek yet. Do you do Wolf? I have done the 2 nighter about 6 times. Would like to know how they compare.

    swank
    Never have done the Wolf, but itís on my list, along with Leaf River and Red Creek. Yea the head rest is a DIY, when I saw how simple it was.
    My ego said, SURE you can.
    Half way in my body said OH NO YOU CAN'T

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