I'm also bringing my yak, but alas, I will only be in the lake this year. Looks like we will be adding a Kayak Korner to the list of things to see at the hang.
Races from the load/unload zone. Pack your gear into the yak, race across the lake, land your boat, retrive a flag, and back across again to set up your gear for a finish. Woohoooo to kayak hammock camping.
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hello i am new to the forums and my wife and i are also sea kayakers and we are new to hammock camping but we were wanting to take a trip to fl and kayak some of the springs and maybe find some manatees ,sounds like you have a nice trip scheduled unfortunately we cant make this trip but maybe we can closer to spring or some other time ,do you plan other trips during the year that we may be able to join you in,a guied would be great
You're currently in a planning thread for the 3rd annual Florida Hang (FH3). Finding a group hang like this would be the best place to check out different hammock set ups, meet people and ask questions.
Here in central Florida, manatees come up stream during cold snaps so for the best chance to see them you have to watch the weather and get out there quickly.
Good for you Mark! Don't worry I'll give you a little lesson on bracing and leaning the right way before we shove off and it will help you learn how to handle that current. Before you know it you'll be doing whitewater in NC since you're moving there soon!!
Love many, trust few & always paddle your own canoe. American Proverb
I've had that same lesson about a dozen times over the years. Very familiar with that lesson, but this old guy doesn't get it to work. I'll be ok. Water is warmer too.
No electronics this paddle trip.