I stumbled onto this site last night while researching some info on kayaks. I spent a couple of hours just reading posts and enjoying how everyone seems to get along, share tips and tricks, and always congratulated others success stories while helping those in need. I was hooked!!!
I have lived in Little Washington for 3 years and totally love it here! It was a new experience learning to fish the brackish waters around here. I like to kayak fish whenever possible and am setting my rig up now to start some serious fishing this spring. I look forward to being a part of this forum and hope to see some of you out on the water!
I stumbled onto the site doing the same thing. Taking up kayak fishing was a good thing and finding this site was even better. I am looking forward to running up on you one of these days. You are living in a wonderful location, I hope find my way east one of these days.
We have a big meet and greet at Rivers Edge Campground on Bay River in September as well as other get-togethers during the year, but I think that will be the closest to the Original Washington. We will start discussing it and making plans a couple of months before it happens, but there will be boaters, kayakers, and probably a few pier fishermen and our families. I hope you can make it.
Welcome neighbor!!!! I'll have to throw a dead mullet at ya though for calling it "little" Washington.. ( the locals hate that) LOL!!! I moved here 10 yrs ago myself and other than this area being tricky to figure out with the winds and fresh water influx (like today) I love it here!!! I was out today along the waterfront fighting the wind and fast water to no avail... River was dropping so fast people had trouble getting boats back on their trailers..
Welcome aboard a really good site. I am here less than a year and am thankful for all that has been shared along with all the friendly people. I will probably wander around looking to go bank fishing tomorrow based on some of the things read here, unless the water comes back. Right now there is no water in the creek so the boat is resting in mud. I guess most of us were bank fishermen before we had boats.