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Thanks to Texxmark for the coords.

Well it looks like the SPI boys are the only ones that stand a chance of fishing this one, or someone hauling lots of fuel out of Port A...
 

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well its a few miles closer than red hawk and the big e fishes red hawk. the only issue is that there isn't another floater any where close to that rig that might be a good back up spot if the tuna aren't around noble clyde boudreaux.

by the way these maps are awwesome....rick
 

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Read through my GOM mapping post and you'll see its more complicated than a website or simple software, but I am working on making a version (either web or CDrom) that all can use.
 

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Geez...I didn't know you could go that far out and still be on earth. It must take all day to hang enough pipe just to hit the bottom.

I wonder if the drill boat operators get aggrivated with all of the fishing line and hooks that gets tangled in the rigging?
 

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Didjman said:
Sorry, my O/G points are possibly holes as well as rigs and may show multiple holes at a rig.
Yeah Didjman,

The co-ordinates you gave me are apparently just holes, and the structure is the Hoover-Diana rig 11 miles away.
 

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Bobby Miller said:
Geez
I wonder if the drill boat operators get aggrivated with all of the fishing line and hooks that gets tangled in the rigging?
I can tell you that the ROV operator sure do. I hated all of the fishing line getting in the propellers it sucked cutting it all out of them.
 
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