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Huger Creek

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Huger Creek

Quinby and Huger Creeks are blackwater tidal creeks at the extreme end of the East Branch Cooper River. They both offer excellent pan fish and bass fisheries for the fishermen among us. The creeks are lined with flowering lily pads in the warmer months. Wildlife consists mostly of wading birds, ducks, osprey and small alligators.

This waterway information brought to you by Berkeley Blueways.

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