Planning on goint to Myrtle Beach in the end of June. I plan on bringing a kayak or two if there is anywhere to use them? Any input would be great. Fishing or just paddeling.
Bent Shaft Canoe Paddles
Kayak Deck Gear Bags
Reflective Hull Decals
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Posted by: andy on Jan-24-13 7:34 AM (EST)
with open salt water and mild surf and tide swings to 6 or so feet, salt marshes and the ICW on the Waccamaw merging with Pee Dee and Sampit rivers in Georgetown.
Red fish and speckled trout fishing|
Posted by: castoff on Jan-24-13 7:56 AM (EST)
In the marshes.
Waccamaw & Little Pee Dee & Lumber|
Posted by: waterbearer on Jan-24-13 9:14 AM (EST)
All are fairly close. From Conway and upstream the Waccamaw is a small narrow river, plenty of public ramps. Little Pee Dee river - the river near Little Pee Dee State Park is also small and narrow. Lumber river from Fair Bluff to Nichols is also a nice paddle.
2nd the Waccamaw. It runs right behind|
Posted by: string on Jan-24-13 12:26 PM (EST)