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Old 01-22-2007, 10:30 PM
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You can run pretty hard right , not many no wake zones?
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Old 01-22-2007, 10:40 PM
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Can't you get out to big water just North of Marineland? I went to Google Earth and it looks like you can.
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Old 01-22-2007, 10:48 PM
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I want to move to Palm Coast. We went there over Christmas and looked at canal front homes. We met a few Realtors, I'm not a big fan of Realitors but Frank is a joy to deal with. Tell him I refered you.

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The inlet just to the north is Mantanza Inlet, I understand it's totally natural and unmarked, but fishing boats go in and out at high tide with local knowledge.

It really looks like a beutiful area. Brian, are you in Hammock Dunes? I hope your a golfer.
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I'm a Ponce Inlet guy , basically a native. It's paradise there!http://www.ponce-inlet.org/Pages/index
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Matanzas inlet is a dangerous place for the unknowledgable
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Stayed there when I brought my Fountain up North on the water in May 1989...

The bar staff at the hotel was a blast...

I can't imagine this helps...
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I wouldn't try Matanzas Inlet in my fishboat at high tide.

We ride over it on bikes once in a while.
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Old 01-23-2007, 01:02 AM
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Matanzas inlet is a dangerous place for the unknowledgable
That's what I hear. Sounds like you need to ride the backs of the waves as they break through the inlet. Looks wild from the bridge.
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You can run pretty hard right , not many no wake zones?

They are constantly bringing it up to Flagler Co. to put more "No Wake" zones in. I personally wouldnt go fullout due to the narrowness of the ditch, but to each his own. I remember an article that quoted one the retired folk there that stated ""Cigarette" style boats come thru here @ 70 mph and put out a 6 foot wake". I about peed my pants it was so funny to read.

Ron as far as Matanzas is concerned I would rather try and navigate that railroad bridge when it is closed up there in Jersey b4 that inlet.

I have a lot on the ditch in the C section on a island community called "The Sanctuary" at the end of Cinnamon if anyone is interested.

I lived there full time b4 it became a "city" and still go there about twice a month, it has grown so much, but yet has maintained a quietness about it. Hardin Marine and Eickert are based out of Palm Coast, so it cant be that bad

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I cant believe no one gave a typical Mark answer to this question
we all know el endio would have said somthing like

Yea it is next to the palm tree!!!!!
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