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since 1987... making the most of our beautiful coast

Lowcountry Paddlers is a
Paddle America Club (PAC)
Affiliate of the 
American Canoe Association ( ACA)

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Tuesday, Sept 19, 10am, Remleys Point Landing to H...
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Low tide 5:39am.  High tide 11:43am.  Paddle incoming tide to Hobcaw Creek and return on outgoing tide.   Wind forecast now at 9 mph as of today.    Expect choppy water from Remleys Point to mouth of Hobcaw Creek and smooth paddle to Hwy 526.   Recommend kayaks 14 ft. or longer.  Must wear PFD and have whistle.   Recommend spray skirt on choppy water.   Water temperature still in 80s but beginning of Fall temperatures of lows in 60s and high in 80s.    Michael Condon,  Phone 843-800-5114.
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