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Old 06-11-2012, 10:11 AM
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No one person on this board is an expert at looking at pictures to find out what went wrong. Cracks me up how guy's on web sites can look at pictures and see what happened/went wrong. My wife is good at photo hunt so I asked her what went wrong she will take a closer look at the pictures and get back with us soon....

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Old 06-11-2012, 10:20 AM
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At 40-45mph I wouldn't think there would be 3 feet of boat in the water, even turning. Sounds like it was a lot less.
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Old 06-11-2012, 10:38 AM
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No one person on this board is an expert at looking at pictures to find out what went wrong. The fact is that this was not Corey's first day on the water. Does that make him a expert driver NO not at all. I can assure you that he knew the water depth there. Cracks me up how guy's on web sites can look at pictures and see what happened/went wrong. My wife is good at photo hunt so I asked her what went wrong she will take a closer look at the pictures and get back with us soon....
How can you assure that? If he knew he would'nt be there in the first place, except at idle with drives up.
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Old 06-11-2012, 10:39 AM
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No one person on this board is an expert at looking at pictures to find out what went wrong. The fact is that this was not Corey's first day on the water. Does that make him a expert driver NO not at all. I can assure you that he knew the water depth there. Cracks me up how guy's on web sites can look at pictures and see what happened/went wrong. My wife is good at photo hunt so I asked her what went wrong she will take a closer look at the pictures and get back with us soon....
HAHA that is a great game.

Agreed. I always feel safe in his boat.
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Old 06-11-2012, 10:45 AM
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all that needs to be said here is its a great thing that everyone walked away from this! just plain awful to see this happen to anyone, in any kind of a boat. with the water level being down i was noticing a couple sketchy places out there this weekend, it was my first time on st. clair this year. ive caught a couple bad waves out there but nothing compares to this. someone was looking down on you guys! good luck and hope to see you back on the water!
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Old 06-11-2012, 10:46 AM
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How can you assure that? If he knew he would'nt be there in the first place, except at idle with drives up.
Well senza, when the planets align in a certain configuration and the wind is out of the east....Of course he can't assure.....it was a statement to determine abilty... It's like saying you have a buddy who always has the right answer in trivia and making the comment that he knows everything.....of course he doesn't know everthing, but he's a smart guy...
this thread should be deleted...is that possible? To many back seat drivers talking.
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Old 06-11-2012, 10:52 AM
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How can you assure that? If he knew he would'nt be there in the first place, except at idle with drives up.
I know Corey really well and he is out there almost every weekend. Corey knows the water really well.
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HAHA that is a great game.

Agreed. I always feel safe in his boat.
My wife loves that game, it is fun
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One speculation down, 49 to go. Picture on LSC.net shows drives were not tucked.
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I know Corey really well and he is out there almost every weekend. Corey knows the water really well.
He also knows the boats really well. Whenever we have run together I have felt safe.
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