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    Posted: 23 September 2017 at 6:29pm
We we got em the last day of summer and the first day of fall in The Hook all the way to Shark Island!



Very happy to see fall finally get here, now if we can just keep Maria offshore and move on with 2017.

Good Fishing!!!  


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Chuck,
          Am I able to get from the Boathouse to the hook on the sound side without running aground.
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Yes you should. Took a 23 mako there this weekend. 
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 What was the shallowest point. What tide were you on. My Parker 23se drafts about 18" motor down.
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Originally posted by Mark T Mark T wrote:

Chuck,
          Am I able to get from the Boathouse to the hook on the sound side without running aground.

I'd say yes, even at low tide, but even with gps tracks from the old Calico Jacks care should be taken after this storm as some bars/shallow spots may change a bit.  Personally, I'd rather run it at dead low with sunshine, then you can read the water better.

Buoys are only gone from east of Calico Jacks past the "S curve" and then pick back up on out to open water.  

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 Thank You. Hope to see you on the water.
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