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Re: harrowing story

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Originally Posted by Sabreman View Post
The good news is that the Bay is very warm right now, about 80 degrees. Those open boats scare me, power boats with their single power source and no keel really scare me. With a sailboat, if the engine goes out you can always sail home.

Glad that they kept their heads and the main group stayed together.
Agreed , those skiffs scare me also. Perfect for fishing the 2 ft deep flats there tough.
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