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Old 03-20-2017, 10:47 AM   #1
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Hairout Another Navigational Hazard - Mid Galvez Bay

I have traveled this way a many of time, but this time look what I found ? Some recent pop ups. With low wind/ low tide n a bit foggy and other factors...

It is Northwest of Redfeech Is.. That could lip under a low profile boat


Latitude: 29°31.577' N
Longitude: 94°54.227' W

http://www.google.com/maps/place/29%...!4d-94.9037833

Quick Feech Report- Feech wer on Spring Break ZZzzzZZ Bet its a great evening bite.
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Thank you Cpt. Dave
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Old 03-20-2017, 11:52 AM   #3
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That's why I am scared of those boats going 50mph in the bay. After
a few hundred years of human trash dumped into it, just too risky moving at
excessive speeds. Never know what might be lurking just below the surface.
That's not even counting the oyster reefs to look out for at lower tides.
Be careful out there folks.
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Old 03-20-2017, 12:04 PM   #4
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It's been there for a while now. I wish we could get it removed.


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It's been there for a while now. I wish we could get it removed.


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Welcome to 2cool, Glad to be the firs thread that you posted on. With you being on the water more, Please feel free to post more on the hazards if you get a chance.

Water level at Eagle Pt was a few ft under which would put these 2 obstructions just under water. This is a common pathway going out of Eagle to Trinity. My did not show me passing over it, but there are alot of well pads underneath that peeps could feech at.
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