- Nov 20, 2016
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That’s a scary line to take going up river, your going in blind and as you go to make the 90 degree left you might see a cat coming at you at 80 plus mph. Tried it a few times and it’s a very uneasy feeling.Yep. With the water low the margin for error is really narrow . It is 2 near 90 degree turns right now to get up through there 100% safely.
If going up river, this is the path -
Drive up to around 200 yards before the No Wake passage on the left. Make a near 90 degree turn to the right and drive across the front of the reed island, about 150-200 yards in front of it, then make another 90 degree left turn about 150-200 feet after you pass the reed island and head up river and you'll be OK.
I was following a buddy back down river on Saturday and he let off because he did not make a hard enough turn as he came out beyond the reed island (he turned about 45 degrees instead of close to 90) I let off as well and could not get going again without churning up a bunch of mud.. I had to hop out and push the boat about 50 feet.
No harm done, just took a little paint off the skeg.
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