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03-12-2020 02:41 PM
Yellow Mouth Chaser [QUOTE=deerhunter5;23861453]Stuck it at 12:30 am.... >3” of water when I hit the sandbar. Woke up a couple times during the night to absolutely no water within 50 yards of the boat, tide came in enough at 8:30am and used the trim motor to “push” the boat out.... long night

That looks like Mud Cut. If you're in that area just call Gulf Coast Rescue Squad. They will come pull you out for free. (Well Donations are accepted)
02-25-2020 04:26 PM
Aggieross05 haha thanks for posting great pics

And I am in here somewhere too dont know what page though!!!!

Edit: page 19 dohhh
02-23-2020 09:00 PM
deerhunter5 Stuck it at 12:30 am.... >3” of water when I hit the sandbar. Woke up a couple times during the night to absolutely no water within 50 yards of the boat, tide came in enough at 8:30am and used the trim motor to “push” the boat out.... long night
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02-21-2020 01:14 AM
Ready.Fire.Aim Enterprise aground on a bar in SF Bay, 1983.
She got out of the Channel 1000 yards from the pier after an 8th month long deployment.
Of course families are watching her come in.

Happens to the best of us running in skinny water.

Notice crew topside on port side trying to list the ship.
02-20-2020 11:35 PM
SKIPJACKSLAYER
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Originally Posted by loco4fishn View Post
I’ve seen your boat around the bluff a few times. Looks like it’ll run super shallow. Where did you stick it?
Just north of the meadows. Couple hundred yards off PINS shoreline. Tide was very low, had been running the area before. Think I’d make it now as my motor is motor has been moved up a good 3” since that incident but I don’t plan on trying again lol
02-20-2020 08:46 PM
BretE
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Originally Posted by Texashookset View Post
Here’s one nomaspigtails stuck a couple three years ago skirting around J Hook. Took an airboat and a SeaTow big V with 400’ of rope to get it out 4 hours after the pic. Ankle deep on that big *** bar.

He’s one of the most skilled boat operators to ever run the bays so his steering must’ve went out or something here.

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02-20-2020 07:47 PM
Big Bay
Had to call sea tow on this one. Went through the wrong cut in nighthawk didn’t realize it was 2-3 inches till it was too late so I couldnt get the motor up in time. Ran across there the next day just fine with the motor jacked up and trimmed out. Ole j craft runs mighty skinny


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02-20-2020 03:15 PM
loco4fishn
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Originally Posted by SKIPJACKSLAYER View Post
No pics but when I stuck my 19 Stoner cat a few months ago, me and my buddy could NOT push it free. It’s like that tunnel sucked it down into the sand and wouldn’t let go
I’ve seen your boat around the bluff a few times. Looks like it’ll run super shallow. Where did you stick it?
02-20-2020 01:38 PM
SKIPJACKSLAYER No pics but when I stuck my 19 Stoner cat a few months ago, me and my buddy could NOT push it free. It’s like that tunnel sucked it down into the sand and wouldn’t let go
02-20-2020 10:54 AM
Texashookset Here’s one nomaspigtails stuck a couple three years ago skirting around J Hook. Took an airboat and a SeaTow big V with 400’ of rope to get it out 4 hours after the pic. Ankle deep on that big *** bar.

He’s one of the most skilled boat operators to ever run the bays so his steering must’ve went out or something here.

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