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Old 10-19-2011, 07:47 PM
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Originally Posted by RumRunnerXT View Post
Saw and posted this over the summer, I myself haven't gotten stuck enough YET that I couldn't push off before the tide drops anymore. Have made plenty of muddy rooster tails, more trim and more speed usually works.

Saw this Yesterday while running across the flats, had to go back and check it out on the Kayak. the water over there was a about a 18" deep and probably would get another foot at high tide. He had to run up on it at high tide the night before. Shouldn't been over there anyway, hope no one was hurt.







Its nice to see he has his bumpers out ,you dont want to scratch that bad boy
Old 10-19-2011, 07:56 PM
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Originally Posted by 1998 proline 241 View Post
Its nice to see he has his bumpers out ,you dont want to scratch that bad boy
that's exactly what I was thinking when I saw the picture!!
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I think I could have made it through if that damn tractor wasn’t in the way.

Note water line on the wall.

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Originally Posted by Kevin Desselle View Post
I think I could have made it through if that damn tractor wasn’t in the way.

Note water line on the wall.

Holy shit what happend
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I picked up oysters for an hour,still no water so I just drove out








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Originally Posted by Conundrum View Post
Not mine - but I'll submit it as one of the best. Believe it or not they picked the boat up with a crane the next day and the owner drove it to the launch ramp under its own power - saw it myself.
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Irene made some big changes to an already bad spot at Cape Lookout Shoals. This boat ran aground there a week ago and could not get off. High winds + tides drove her way up on Cape Point. Had to cut it up to remove; total loss.
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OUCH!
At least SeaTow was on hand!
Old 10-21-2011, 07:53 AM
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Originally Posted by 1998 proline 241 View Post
Holy shit what happend
My guess is Katrina.
Old 10-21-2011, 08:54 AM
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Thats about the saddest sight I have ever seen
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Old 10-21-2011, 05:48 PM
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That's Cape Sable island, the boat was enroute to Europe from Newport but as seen did not quite make it
Old 10-22-2011, 01:00 PM
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I hope this thread continues, makes me feel better about the few I've had. Fortunately for me, no one had a camera at the time!
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Basswhacker, if you bought that boat in Easton, md, I hope you're having as much fun on it as I used to... Looks exeactly like the boat that belonged to a buddy of mine.
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Originally Posted by BeachBumLTZ View Post
Irene made some big changes to an already bad spot at Cape Lookout Shoals. This boat ran aground there a week ago and could not get off. High winds + tides drove her way up on Cape Point. Had to cut it up to remove; total loss.
i heard about this but i never thought i would see pictures of it, what i want to know is how the bow got buried so deep, and i also don't understand why the big sportfishers take the chance crossing the shoals, you would think they would just go around the nuckle bouy?
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love the sail boat pic
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Not sure where I would ever find a picture of it but about 6-7 yrs ago a local guy had brand new Fountain 42(think it as 42) and while out driving it on a local lake something broke(think it was trim tabs but not sure) and threw driver and his buddy out and boat ran WOT for a few minutes until it went up onto dry ground and ended sticking straight up in some big pine trees.

Nobody was hurt and it was middle of the week so nobody much on the lake but the pics would bring a tear to your eyes seeing such a sweet ride destroyed

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