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Old 05-03-2019, 08:49 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by O C Diver View Post
Little Mud River is best avoided at low tide. There is more than 5' at low tide, I've made the mistake and went through without touching. If you find yourself there at low tide again, running the outside third of the curves will almost always put you in the deepest water. For the Little Mud, this sort of resembles waterskiing from side to side.

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OC - When is the last time you were through there? I'm not sure there is 5ft anywhere in that section at 0.0 low water as of today, based on my hunting around. Neither would the two larger trawlers that I passed, both hard aground and stationary. Navionics sonar confirms your 1/3 theory....

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