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Nice 6' gator by 610 on bayou St. John ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

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Gabriel Bass, Carla Brecht and 20 others like this

Leah MilitoCathleen 🐊1 month ago
Christopher MorseRebecca Morse Dowden, we need to take another trip down St. John.1 month ago   ·  2
Jane WrightAs long as she lives Matilda and her bf alone 😘1 month ago

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What a great paddle today. Notice the pair of bald eagles!!! ... See MoreSee Less

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Little fun time today with Sara!!! Well research ... See MoreSee Less

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Great group of students from Ghana this weekend. ... See MoreSee Less

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It's amazing to me why I have to explain why it is not OK to feed alligators. ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

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Katharina Zahnhahaha oh lord! miss kayaking the bayou with you, y'all are awesome!1 month ago

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Beautiful night on Bayou St John. Something about BSJ is really special and a gift to be in the heart of New Orleans!!! ... See MoreSee Less

3 months ago

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Tuesday weather forcast were not good but we still took a chance to get a little fishing done in delecroix. It paid off we both landed 3 nice reds and enjoyed a little welcomed sunshine!!! Photo by Dave Moeller ... See MoreSee Less

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Still the Best Bayou Kayak Tour:
Kayak-iti-Yat Tours
3494 Esplanade Ave.
kayakitiyat.com

There is something so special about being in the city and still being up close and personal with nature. Bayou St. John is home to blue herons, pelicans, ducks, gators (yes, alligators), nutria, turtles, fish, and so many other finned, winged, and web-footed critters. Cypress trees stand before a skyline of the city. And there is no better way to view this mix of raw nature and historic architecture than from the middle of our historic waterway. Sara and Sonny of Kayak-iti-Yat Tours offer knowledge, passion, and a damn good time. They have several types of bayou kayaking tours on Bayou St. John and also provide kayaking on Bayou Bienvenue for the more athletic nature enthusiast. Please visit kayakitiyat.com for details, photos and compelling reasons to indulge in Mother Nature. Contact info@kayakitiyat.com –Debbie Lindsey
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5 months ago

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Brenda HowardThey are by far the best in town!!!5 months ago

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