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Track from Terrebonne Bay to Leeville to GI

Old 09-12-2019, 06:09 PM
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Anyone have that track that's safe for a 30-foot boat they can send me? I want to go that way Saturday early and the wind is going to be gusting to about the speed of sound so I don't want to go on the outside.
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Old 09-12-2019, 07:32 PM
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When you pass Rock Island set your heading to either go north/ or pass between Calumet and Casse Tette, once you pass between them set your heading to Havoline Canal, pick up the Chanel markers that run into Havoline, which takes you to Bayou Lafourche, turn left to Leeville, go under the Hwy 1 bridge, turn right taking Southwest Canal to GI. Navigating Southwest Canal is the only part I’m not sure if you need a “route” to avoid any shallow spots, etc

if you haven’t made the run across Timbalier bay in a while, keep looking out for pilings, tons of singles barely showing their heads.
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Old 09-13-2019, 04:51 AM
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Originally Posted by regulatorBR View Post
When you pass Rock Island set your heading to either go north/ or pass between Calumet and Casse Tette, once you pass between them set your heading to Havoline Canal, pick up the Chanel markers that run into Havoline, which takes you to Bayou Lafourche, turn left to Leeville, go under the Hwy 1 bridge, turn right taking Southwest Canal to GI. Navigating Southwest Canal is the only part I’m not sure if you need a “route” to avoid any shallow spots, etc

if you haven’t made the run across Timbalier bay in a while, keep looking out for pilings, tons of singles barely showing their heads.
It's been a lil while since I was in this area, but the channel going to Havoline is not very wide. You need to stay somewhat close to the north side of the channel markers. We grounded a 22' bay boat heading out for a floundering trip. It was low tide when it happened. Maybe someone else that has passed there more recently can confirm any changes.
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Old 09-13-2019, 05:19 AM
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I go through Havolin Canal to go to Moran's from time to time. And I can get to leeville. The rest of it I've never done.
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