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Thinking about floating the Uwharrie for smallies this weekend. Haven't done that in a long time. Anybody driven over it to see if the rain has muddied it up much?
 

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Fished it last week. Water was very low. But great news the NCWRC opened the new canoe/kayak boat ramp at HWY 109 last Friday. It is great! It will make launching there now a whole lot easier. To answer your question, I really can't but we have had a bunch of heavy rains since I was there last. Here are a couple of pictures I snapped. Uwharrie River HWY 109 004.jpg Uwharrie River HWY 109 001.jpg
 

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Much appreciated.

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Fished it last week. Water was very low. But great news the NCWRC opened the new canoe/kayak boat ramp at HWY 109 last Friday. It is great! It will make launching there now a whole lot easier. To answer your question, I really can't but we have had a bunch of heavy rains since I was there last. Here are a couple of pictures I snapped. View attachment 64119 View attachment 64120
Is there a way besides the steps to get the yak/canoe to the water? Just curious.


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Is there a way besides the steps to get the yak/canoe to the water? Just curious.


The wood slide on the left (looking toward the river) is a canoe/kayak slide ramp. It looks like it is designed to allow a kayak/canoe to be slided down as you walk beside it. I have not used it yet since I was just passing by and stopped. We put in at low-water bridge and fished down river.
 
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