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Sat morning at W side Ochclokonee River bridge?

Oct 21, 2016 by Markd

Anybody up for trying Sat morning on the river? It would be nice to have some company, although if something goes wrong at least you are not on your way to Mexico!


Date: 10/21/2016
From: fhawk

CSB was the ticket- sideshore 16-24- waist to chest a few head high early- started light around 1 then built to a solid 21-24 later- too lazy to rig down so held on as long as I could. DTL was fun
Date: 10/21/2016
From: alexb

Unless it's nuking in the morning BP has too much coverage until you get further out. BP at the tip of the park at the bay entrance would be the best but it has oysters on the inside of the bay.

The other place I've sailed on NW was at the AP boat launch on the peninsula across the public beach parking 29.900547, -84.397594 I've windsurfed there a few times, it's not bad NW wind here just sucks.
Date: 10/21/2016
From: MackOS

I was thinking about Bald Point, more fetch. However, I haven't sailed around that area for over 10 years so my info is pretty out of date. Too many shoal areas at Bald Point?
Date: 10/21/2016
From: alexb

Another shot with the bridge. On NW direction you wouldn't have too much issues unless you get stuck under the bridge somehow.

Date: 10/21/2016
From: alexb

Actually stopped by there on this morning. Haven't been there since they built the new boat launch. It's a nice spot, was perfect direction this morning but only 12-14mph. Couple of nice grassy rigging areas but nowhere to launch a kite and not worth for me to dust off the windsurf gear unless it's a steady 18+.

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