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Controlling depth of the Hempstead Bay state boat channel

Anyone know the controlling depth of the Hempstead Bay state boat channel just north of Fire Island ? I need to move a boat with 4 1/2 feet draft out of the Great South Bay. I understand the Fire Island Cut is now too shallow, and I'll have to head west under the Wantagh Parkway and out the Jones Beach cut.
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