We paddled our kayaks along Fishing Creek in Halifax County, NC. The Ascend 128T kayak handled well in the creek's current even while standing.
Having to portage it can be a handful but very manageable. We didn't worry about wearing our PFD's due to the creek only being four feet at its deepest during our paddle.
Fishing Creek is known in the region as a great place to find old shark teeth, whale bones, and so on. We'd just had Hurricane Isaais come through and the waters were a muddy, cloudy brown color as a result of it.
The Cypress trees along Fishing Creek are something to behold. Huge, majestic Cypress trees with roots that extend far and away from the tree's base. The way the cypress and Sycamore trees hold on to one another gives me the feeling that they're in this creek together!
We heard something in the woods and we found the source. Stay tuned for more information on what this means. It could very well affect you.
Thanks for coming along!
Gear We're Using
- Ascend 128T Yak Power Kayak: https://bassproshops.vzck.net/r7V3B
- Ascend kayaks at Cabelas: https://cabelas.xhuc.net/9Xm14
- Fishing Kayaks: https://amzn.to/2O2Ne32
- Kayaks at Amazon: https://amzn.to/2YRAUrL
- H10 canoe/kayak hybrid: https://cabelas.xhuc.net/Og3mP