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Hwy 86 Bridge - Kings River Access

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Hwy 86 Bridge - Kings River Access

We’re thinking the white bass should be running in Kings before long. I’d rather fish Roaring River, but no water right now. We are looking for a spot on Kings on or near the Hwy 86 bridge where we can pay to launch some kayaks and park. If you know of a place comment here – appreciate the help. Two – three guys and will leave everything as clean or cleaner than when we arrived

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You could launch under the bridge. If you're worried about security there is a canoe rental on the SW side of the bridge that would probably let you launch for a fee. Sorry, can't remember the name of it.

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I went under the bridge last week - looks like some rain could make that really bad. Also, a bit concerned about security. Thanks Trophy - that may be my only choice until water comes up in other rivers

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We all but got stuck on the gravel bar under the bridge and we just pulled close to extract the yaks. If the bar is the same I would be careful, some gravel can be worse than mud or sand.

I wouldn't worry about daylight security, but overnight would be scary.

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Exactly Wayne - a trailer adds a variable of weight, and trucks don't give much security for our stuff left behind. Often, we're not able to secure things out of sight, and there is no sense tempting an issue if we can avoid it. A private, safe parking area would be much preferred. I think if there is a resort or canoe place of business we'll use that

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