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Navigating Hubbard Creek #12734011
04/28/18 02:16 AM
04/28/18 02:16 AM
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Hurst, TX
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Looking at Navionics online and it shows buoys marking boat lanes on HC. Is there that much timber that you have to strictly run the buoys?

I’m taking my 9 year old tomorrow and want to play it safe.

Re: Navigating Hubbard Creek [Re: K.D.] #12734027
04/28/18 02:25 AM
04/28/18 02:25 AM
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Mineral Wells, Texas
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There aren’t buoys. Just run it. If you try to go Into the mouths of Sandy or Hubbard not much to be concerned with.

Re: Navigating Hubbard Creek [Re: K.D.] #12734030
04/28/18 02:29 AM
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