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If you have decided to rent a boat in Lake Wylie, here are three of the most popular things to do while exploring the area.
Go Bass Fishing
Guide your Lake Wylie boat rental out to the middle of the lake and drop a few fishing lines. On a good day, you can expect to catch crappie, largemouth bass, catfish, bluegill, hybrid striped bass, smallmouth bass, and white bass. The black crappie fishing in the spring is outstanding. You may even decide to cook your fish on the boat. Just be aware of the local fishing regulations that will determine whether you are allowed to cook the fish you catch.
Watch the Weather
Enjoy your Lake Wylie boat rental during the winter months, but be aware that the weather might turn cold. If you arrange a boat rental, make sure you come prepared! Weather can sometimes be hard to predict while you are on the water because many variables can affect your boating outing.
Do Some Wakeboarding
Water sports like wakeboarding and water skiing are perfect for a Lake Wylie boat rental. Wakeboards and inflatable tubes can be real fun for younger kids if you tow them along behind your boat. Just make sure the boat includes all of the special equipment you might need for wakeboarding (like a tow rope).
Tega Cay Marina is at the southern end of Lake Wylie, South Carolina, in a protected cove just 20 minutes from downtown Charlotte. There are covered and open wet slips, a fuel dock, and a small store carrying marine lubricants, boating supplies, beer, soft drinks, and various other snacks and fishing supplies.
There are several beautiful coves on Lake Wylie. These places are ideal for hanging out and partying with locals or just relaxing in the water. Just sail your Lake Wylie boat rental to one of the coves, drop anchor, and get ready to enjoy the party.
The shoreline is heavily developed, and docks and piers are wedged into many places around the Buster Boyd Access Area. That can be good news for bass fishing because fish often use those docks and piers as cover while trying to move back into creeks and coves in late March or early April.
Frequently asked questions
The to rent a boat ay Lake Wylie starts at $45 per hour.