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Re: Great Egg Harbor Shoaling

Hi Otto: on our inlet, i seldom use the 'R' side. If i'm heading north, i'll run the rock pile. Its the 3 bars that are on the 'R' side that could make life interesting.
Especially on a outgoing tide, strong west wind.
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Otto, when i replied, never saw your grounded buoy.
i've got a similar shot from Beach road buoy.
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Joe,
How was the trip through the inlet? I've heard good things and bad things about there.
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Hi Jim: it was like a mirror. Low tide, flat, ez run. Today was the same.

Like anywhere else, pick your day.
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Sounds like fun, Joe! Will you be out this weekend? If so, I'll have to keep an eye for you if you make it down past Avalon.
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I ran the inlet yesterday.
Depths were as follows:
GE bell 28'
Green #1 18'
" #3 20'
" #5 30'
" #7 40'
" #9 29'
Longport/OC bridge center span 21'

Controlling depth was 14' between 1 and 3 bouys.
This was done at dead low, less than 5 knots of wind
Joe....good to see you!
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Sounds like fun, Joe! Will you be out this weekend? If so, I'll have to keep an eye for you if you make it down past Avalon.
Was out last night. Friday night, labor day weekend, i was the only boat on the water.

Dont think i'll be making my way south.
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Joe....good to see you!
Hey Dave, thank you. its nice to be seen. been a long time.
did you make your way north??

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