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Old 10-29-2019, 02:19 PM   #4
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Dirty water

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Originally Posted by Chuck06R1 View Post
How messed up was the water? I was there Sunday morning and it was definitely living up to it's name. I think I was flushing mud out of my motor and not salt. LOL
I bought shrimp and could not see them in my live well after the aerator pumped in bay water. Washed off my boat this morning and watched muddy water flow down the sides. Dirtiest I ever saw. Looked like the Brazos after heavy rains. Probably about 2-3" visibility, if that.

P.S. Caught all the keeps on 6" watermelon / chartreuse paddle tails. Popping cork and shrimp were all throw backs.
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