Trees along the Delta

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Caliyak
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Trees along the Delta

Postby Caliyak » Mon May 03, 2021 9:18 am

Hey guys, I am looking for areas/sections of the Delta that have a lot of trees. A friend and I are going kayak fishing and he is really sensitive to the sun. So I was hoping to find sections that he can fish in the shade.
Please help

monte300
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Re: Trees along the Delta

Postby monte300 » Mon May 03, 2021 9:32 am

Caliyak wrote:Hey guys, I am looking for areas/sections of the Delta that have a lot of trees. A friend and I are going kayak fishing and he is really sensitive to the sun. So I was hoping to find sections that he can fish in the shade.
Please help


There are some trees on an island that provides shade trees and a couple of coves on Connection Slough between Bacon Island and Little Mandeville Island. If winds are high be careful because some of those trees are known to have big branches break

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Re: Trees along the Delta

Postby mark poulson » Mon May 03, 2021 4:21 pm

Caliyak wrote:Hey guys, I am looking for areas/sections of the Delta that have a lot of trees. A friend and I are going kayak fishing and he is really sensitive to the sun. So I was hoping to find sections that he can fish in the shade.
Please help

Where do you plan to launch?
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Caliyak
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Re: Trees along the Delta

Postby Caliyak » Tue May 04, 2021 8:17 am

monte300 wrote:
Caliyak wrote:Hey guys, I am looking for areas/sections of the Delta that have a lot of trees. A friend and I are going kayak fishing and he is really sensitive to the sun. So I was hoping to find sections that he can fish in the shade.
Please help


There are some trees on an island that provides shade trees and a couple of coves on Connection Slough between Bacon Island and Little Mandeville Island. If winds are high be careful because some of those trees are known to have big branches break


Thank you so much.

Caliyak
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Re: Trees along the Delta

Postby Caliyak » Tue May 04, 2021 8:22 am

mark poulson wrote:
Caliyak wrote:Hey guys, I am looking for areas/sections of the Delta that have a lot of trees. A friend and I are going kayak fishing and he is really sensitive to the sun. So I was hoping to find sections that he can fish in the shade.
Please help

Where do you plan to launch?


With all that I've looked, Tracy Oasis or Wimpy's. I was think San Joaquin around Manteca, over by Bass Pro area. I was also thinking about Stockton at Buckley or over by Garlic brothers and go into the town. I just want more open areas.

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Re: Trees along the Delta

Postby mark poulson » Tue May 04, 2021 9:47 am

Caliyak wrote:
mark poulson wrote:
Caliyak wrote:Hey guys, I am looking for areas/sections of the Delta that have a lot of trees. A friend and I are going kayak fishing and he is really sensitive to the sun. So I was hoping to find sections that he can fish in the shade.
Please help

Where do you plan to launch?


With all that I've looked, Tracy Oasis or Wimpy's. I was think San Joaquin around Manteca, over by Bass Pro area. I was also thinking about Stockton at Buckley or over by Garlic brothers and go into the town. I just want more open areas.

I was going to suggest Tinsley Island, which has a lot of trees, but I don't know anywhere close for you to launch.
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monte300
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Re: Trees along the Delta

Postby monte300 » Tue May 04, 2021 10:30 am

Generally speaking areas on the Delta with lots of trees are few and far between

fishwithwill
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Re: Trees along the Delta

Postby fishwithwill » Tue May 04, 2021 3:52 pm

Delta meadows up towards Wimpy's, maybe New Hope Landing near Walnit Grove ...lots of trees and protected areas...bring bug spray


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