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    Whatís the safest path back there from the main river. 181/2 ft ranger bass boat is what I drive when Iím in that area. Always been afraid of stumps/shallow water and donít venture out into the bay

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    Quote Originally Posted by Treeshaka View Post
    Whatís the safest path back there from the main river. 181/2 ft ranger bass boat is what I drive when Iím in that area. Always been afraid of stumps/shallow water and donít venture out into the bay
    theres no going back there in a bass boat during winter unless high water from rains....you would have to cross a mile of 1-3 ft water covering hundreds of stumps....some places the water is only 6 inches deep and the bottom is silted up 2-3 ft so if you have to hop out to push off a stump it can be like standing in quick sand and shoes or not your feet will be black on the bottom for weeks...dont know what causes that canoes, kayaks and small flatbottoms....it can be a struggle in a 12 ft flat bottom....
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    I don't have any experience in crossing the bay in a large boat.

    I can bang my kayak off a stump or run into 2" of water in my kayak during the winter draw down in most of the bay once I'm out of the creek. There isn't a channel you can follow from the bay into the northern end where I like to fish, it just widens out into a large flat.

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    Looks like wind tomorrow is 5 to 10 with gust to 20 so Madison County Lake is out.

    I guess I'll be going to Limestone and seeing if I can strain some Crappie out of the muddy water!

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    I was gonna go down there today. Then got an invite from a member on here and was going with him. But at last minute had to work.


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    Work always interferes with fishing!!
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