Tag Archives: Navarre Beach

    Joe Richard, a long time fisherman and nature/sports photographer, has a great article in the July TIDE magazine for the CCA. Met Joe and his wife Amy this summer. He had called and said he was coming from Gainesville to take pictures for an article on Kayak king fishing. He wanted to rent one of our double fishing kayaks to get out in the gulf and hopefully catch some Kings. The day ended up being too rough to go out but he did get a lot of info for his story. I tried to reprint the article but couldn’t, so below is a link with some pictures from the Navarre area and fishing tips from our own Kevin Maye Click on link and go to pg 32-33, http://content.yudu.com/A1soh6/TideMagJulAug2011/resources/index.htm Joe and Amy did make it back later in the year and got out on the Gulf for some King…

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After a beautiful sunset, 4 friends and I headed west to our usual sand spit to watch the moon.  Within 10 minutes a thick wet fog descended on us. It was so thick we could only tell by the breeze which way we were going. After 15 minutes of this, we headed to the shoreline to regroup.  As we landed, we found we had only gone about 3/4 miles! We had some refreshments and “regrouped” for about 45 min.  We did see, for a short time, the moon trying to shine through the fog.  The fog never lifted, so we followed the shoreline back to our launch site. One of the great things about kayaking is you never know what the trip might bring, Be Prepared and Have Fun! Our next full moon paddle will be Thursday March 17, depending on weather conditions . Come join us and see what…

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Photo by Kenny Wilder – www.KennyWilder.com Your Navarre Beach Kayak Adventure Awaits Navarre Beach Eco Tours Dolphins, sea turtles, islands, a variety of shore birds…most tourists never see the natural side of Navarre Beach, “Florida’s Best Kept Secret! Navarre Beach Kayaks invites you to slip away on an unforgettable kayaking adventure. Come experience the natural beauty and diverse eco-system of Navarre Beach,  the Gulf Islands National Seashore and the Santa Rosa Sound ”up close” on one of our exciting, guided kayak eco-tours. Fun for all ages, with NO PRIOR EXPERIENCE necessary, our kayaking trips are intended for those who want to get a taste of the relaxing shallow waters and view some of the exotic wildlife of Florida. Examples of some commonly seen wildlife you might encounter include: Great Blue Herons, Great White Egrets, Snowy Egrets, Black Skimmers, Brown Pelicans, Double Crested Cormorants, Ospreys, Bald Eagles, Least Terns, Bottlenose Dolphin,…

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