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East Everglades
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Terry May 9, 2016.

Water Height
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Terry Dec 21, 2015.

Still Creek - The Original Noble Hammock Trail
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Amazon Bill Nov 9, 2014.

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Roger Hammer replied to Terry's discussion Inland Route - Flamingo / Cape Sable
"I don't use any of that stuff, ever. The only places mosquitoes are bad are in the mangrove creeks so I just deal with them and get to open water as soon as possible. Permethrin is extremely toxic to fish so at least try to avoid having your…"
Dec 19, 2016
Joseph Schmidt replied to Terry's discussion Inland Route - Flamingo / Cape Sable
"I use the multi-layer barrier method as well. Mosquitoes can still pierce through these woven fabrics especially when they become pressed against your skin. A Tyvek suit would probably work well but then you run the risk of getting heat stroke.…"
Dec 18, 2016
vivian replied to Terry's discussion Inland Route - Flamingo / Cape Sable
"Well I got done treating my camp clothes, bandana, camp hat, socks with the sawyer permethrin spray. Also did my camp chair, tent door, inside tent roof dome and corners. One trick a fellow camping buddy taught me was after spraying your outfits,…"
Dec 18, 2016
Flex Kayakfari.com replied to Terry's discussion Inland Route - Flamingo / Cape Sable
"I use the barrier method~ So no chemistry! I do carry it, but almost never actually use it."
Dec 18, 2016
Joseph Schmidt replied to Terry's discussion Inland Route - Flamingo / Cape Sable
"10-4"
Dec 18, 2016
Esther Luft replied to Terry's discussion Inland Route - Flamingo / Cape Sable
"Suggest you time it with the moon and tide. BLCT is clear and the gates were open. If you call you will be told jts impassable, thats incorrect . Scott and I paddled that area the Friday of the rendezvous. Started at Coot and spkut the group at Bear…"
Dec 18, 2016
Roger Hammer replied to Terry's discussion Inland Route - Flamingo / Cape Sable
"There's not much left of Carl Ross Key after Hurricane Wilma cut it in half in 2005. Because of that it's officially off limits to camping so it's not really worth the time to paddle out there. I took an aerial photo of Carl Ross and…"
Dec 18, 2016
Roger Hammer replied to Terry's discussion Inland Route - Flamingo / Cape Sable
"There's not much left of Carl Ross Key after Hurricane Wilma cut it in half in 2005. Because of that it's officially off limits to camping so it's not really worth the time to paddle out there. I took an aerial photo of Carl Ross and…"
Dec 18, 2016

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At 5:33pm on October 5, 2009, Bob Quirk said…
Terry, was that you pulling out of Noble Hammock about 6pm on the 4th?
At 7:21pm on January 24, 2009, Keith W said…
The new site logo is a 160-degree panoramic I shot on the Pahayokee access road. About 7 photos stitched together. I'll put up a photo of the ficus Pond hammock in the photos section along with a few others.

Had to do something about all that bilious green on the site!
 
 
 

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