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Old 08-02-2007, 04:44 PM
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Is that were the rocks are under the water, on the left going out? Missing part of the jetty
yeah , there is a concrete seawall about a foot under water that goes from the east jetties all the way to the sand on the beach....with no markers. I've fixed a lot of boats over the years that took that shortcut . This morning the Seatow guy was looking at the boat scratching his head !
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Is this the new "pimp my sportfisher" model ?
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.................it's now a shallow water wreck dive training site for newbie SCUBA divers........
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Old 08-02-2007, 06:05 PM
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.................it's now a shallow water wreck dive training site for newbie SCUBA divers........
They can prob walk out to it also
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yeah , there is a concrete seawall about a foot under water that goes from the east jetties all the way to the sand on the beach....with no markers. I've fixed a lot of boats over the years that took that shortcut . This morning the Seatow guy was looking at the boat scratching his head !
So how are people from out of the area suppose to know to avoid that path?

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Old 08-02-2007, 11:29 PM
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Old 08-03-2007, 08:47 AM
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So how are people from out of the area suppose to know to avoid that path?

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the channel is very well marked coming in the pass . This boat was out of Panama City comin in to fish a tournament this weekend .To cross that wall you have to pass pretty close to the beach .....not a good idea in a 61' boat !.......Rick
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