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Hamble River Kayak Fishers

Post  KFF on Sun Nov 09, 2008 11:36 am

Meeting this Wednesday at 10:00hrs from Swanwick Shore road.

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Post  KFF on Wed Nov 19, 2008 12:47 pm

KFF wrote:Meeting this Wednesday at 10:00hrs from Swanwick Shore road.

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Meeting this Friday same as above, its going to be cold and windy!

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Re: Hamble River Kayak Fishers

Post  aram624 on Fri May 28, 2010 3:39 am

Canoes and kayaks are regularly used on most parts of the river. The RHHA advises canoes to stay out of the main channel, and there is plenty of water closer to the banks at all states of tide below the M27 bridge, where the river carries the most boat traffic.

The most popular area for canoeists is above the M27 bridge where there are very few boats, and the river is quiet and very natural with a few inlets to explore, as well as a pub at the end of the Curbridge arm - the Horse and Jockey. The Botley arm is a little longer. You can only access the two arms of the Upper Hamble at high water and a couple of hours either side. The ebb tide is very strong so most people prefer to launch from the public slipways at Lower Swanwick or Bursledon (both just off the A27) and head up on the flood tide and return on the ebb. Towards the mouth of the river there are public slipways at Warsash and Hamble.
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