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Scott's Ridge Boat Ramp - Lake Conroe, Montgomery County, Texas
Latitude 30.453N Longitude
Put in at Scott‘s Ridge Day Use Area in Sam Houston National Forest. Paddle to Cagle Recreation Area and back.
Some of us have been going back and forth to Florida. Here‘s an opportunity to learn about a 4 day trip in South-Central Florida.
Due to expected high winds we will We will paddle upstream on Luce Bayou several miles and turn around when we‘ve seen enough or can‘t go any further upstream. Boat traffic is minimal and virtually non-existent after a mile of paddling. We can find a takeout on the bayou to eat lunch. The trip is suitable for any kayak or even open boats such as canoes Plan to launch at 9:30 AM.
Come join us for a Sunday Afternoon dinner-meeting with a well known HASK member as our Speaker. Less traffic than a week day!
Come at 5:00 for food. Bring an appetite and the thirst for Margaritas!
More details to follow when I get them.
Moses Lake Boat Storage and Marina
Put in at the Moses Lake Boat Storage & Marina adjacent to the Hwy 146 Bridge. Paddle the lake and return for a late lunch and a cold one.
3902 N Hwy 146, Texas City, TX 77590
Exciting to see and hear these magnificant birds, North America‘s tallest bird, wintering on our own Texas coast. Feb. 22-25 For more information go to:
Seawolf Park, 100 Seawolf Park Blvd, Galveston, TX 77550
Launch from inside Seawolf Park. An advanced trip for those wanting a more authentic sea kayaking experience and a challenge, paddling open water in Texas winter conditions and potentially a windy day.
Circumnavigation of Pelican Island and spoil island north of Pelican Island, approximately 12-13 miles. This may be a potentially challenging paddle in semi-open or open waters. Air and water temperatures are likely to be cold, and wind/wave/swell conditions could reach L3/L4 description. Winds up to 15 knots and waves or swells less than 3 feet and distance in excess of 10 miles.
Therefore, participants should have a reliable self-recovery technique as well as training in assisting others in rescue situations, and sound sea kayaks with deck lines all round and buoyancy fore and aft.
A working roll would be great.
Paddlers should have spray skirts on and, ideally, wear a dry suit or at least a wet/neoprene top.
Boat traffic, and the crossing of boat lanes are extra hazards.
Pacific Coast Tacos/Fidelity Investments
Put in on Oyster Creek near Pacific Coast Tacos.