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Floating/Submerged Debris #13287025 09/19/19 11:50 PM
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In the next days and maybe weeks, the Galveston Bay System will be inundated with debris from this flooding. It may not be wise to take your expensive sled out on the water and hit something costing damage to your rig or even YOU getting hurt or worse. Venture out at your own Risk folks.

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Re: Floating/Submerged Debris [Re: V-Bottom] #13287529 09/20/19 02:29 PM
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.... Good post, I think it is wise just to keep a sharp look out. There will for sure be debris in the water and it could take several weeks to months for all of it to be found and marked if it sinks and sits just under the water. Dock boards float up from piers that have just gotten flooded. Boards, Trees, Playhouses, ice machines, and freezers. Go fish but be careful.

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