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Topic: Homer spit to Halibut Cove  (Read 1503 times)

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CS

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Has anyone here done this trip in their kayak? Iím thinking about throwing some camping gear on my PA12 and doing an overnighter later this month if weather cooperates.
Build a man a fire and he'll stay warm all night. Set a man on fire and he'll stay warm for the rest of his life.


AKsteel7377

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I have not but it sounds like a pretty good adventure.


AKRider

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I was across in Halibut cove one year in my power boat, and escorted a group of inflatable and kayakers back across K-bay as the weather steadily got worse.   I might have been more nervous than they were.   

Do-able, for sure, but watch that weather carefully.   It was a LOOOOONG return journey with weather against you.
AKRider

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