The wind direction changes constantly out there. It started from the West on Thursday and gradually moved clockwise to NW, NE, E and SE. Of course it was NW and quartering in our faces off the bow paddling back with all the gear. For those going there I would be happy to give you advice on best locations to put in and maybe a secret hole or two to fish. It took us a couple of days of exploring to figure it out. The Homestead sight on Orange Island is where we were. Many of the islands (and there are hundreds) are spoil islands created from dredging the ICW. Orange is a natural island hence has large trees and lots of shade and firewood. It also makes it easier to navigate to because of the tall trees. There are only about 10 campsites in the entire lagoon. You will have no other campers (legal ones, anyway) for miles. Definitely recommend the winter months. Daytime highs for us ran upper 60's to 80 degrees. Water temp is around 70. Primo.
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