Factor 8 wrote:There are a few areas in Cache county that are accessible for a good float. you would probably see lots of geese and their fledglings. Look on page 28 & 29 of the included link.
another area you could drop in is at the Corinne boat launch and then float all the way out to the BRBR. they have a ramp right in the parking lot by the the unit 3/duckville unit. they keep a chain across that ramp, but Im sure a kayak could be dragged under it. that would be right around a 20 mile float I'd guess...
post up some pics if you do a float!
https://wildlife.utah.gov/publications/ ... sbook1.pdf
Chet wrote:Another option would be to launch at the Benson church river access point and float down to the Cache Junction bridge. That stretch of river takes you through a lot of good waterfowl habitat and you could detour into at least one large oxbow. I have seen a lot of wood ducks and Canada geese this time of year.
Chet wrote:If you follow the airport road west in Logan you will come to a T in the road at the Benson LDS church. Turn right and the boat launch is on the right hand side just before the bridge.
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