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  Paddles Up!
Your Next Kayaking or Paddle Boarding Adventure Awaits in Coastal Mississippi
story by Cherie Ward photos courtesy of Coastal Mississippi
The Coast is known for its laid-back lifestyle that includes vibrant food, live music scenes, and lots of outdoor water sports, especially kayaking and stand- up paddle boarding. Whether you prefer the lapping Gulf waves or the gentle Back Bay water, the Coast has some pretty epic places to toss your blade in the water for a little yak fishing, wildlife photography adventure, or easygoing sightseeing.
Adventurists can explore the Wolf River’s glorious beaches and winding waterways with Wolf River Canoe & Kayak. It’s a perfect playground for amateur and experienced paddlers, and guests can choose from a 4.5-mile, 10.6-mile, or Full Moon 4.5-mile paddle.
Paddlers can embark on a journey with Round River Kayak Adventures and explore various Coastal waterways on a two-hour sunset tour or four to
six-hour trips. Whether you are new to kayak fishing or a more experienced angler, you’ll have all the equipment and tackle needed to fish as well as guidance through the beautiful Coastal waterways while catching and releasing fish that will have you truly appreciating the yak fishing adventure.
From Biloxi Small Craft Harbor to Deer Island, around Point Cadet, and under Biloxi Bay Bridge, there are numerous spots to paddle and explore. And there are countless opportunities to paddle along the peninsula and explore the barrier islands and protected waterways of Biloxi Back Bay and into Mullet Lake and Big Lake. The Biloxi River Marshes Preserve and the Biloxi River can be explored for days. If you didn’t bring your own, you can easily rent a kayak at South Mississippi Kayak, Biloxi Bay Kayak, or Bubba Man’s KayakRentals.

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