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Canyon Lake Danger #13642518 07/24/20 01:38 PM
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The river between Cranes Mill and Rebecca creek is at a very bad level right now. I was there yesterday and there are two stumps, in particular, that are about two inches underwater. Both of these are large enough to do a lot of damage, and the really bad thing is, if you don't know they are there, you would think you are running the very middle of the channel. The good news is that the fishing is so bad, there are hardly any boats up there!

Re: Canyon Lake Danger [Re: Olegreg] #13642577 07/24/20 02:26 PM
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Next time out I'll have to see if I can find them so that I can drop a waypoint.
Unless you have the coords and want to post?

Thanks for the heads up.

What I learned on Canyon with my last trip is that boat ramp 6 is hard to launch at if you are by your self.
I don't recommend launching there if you are the only one to get your boat on/off the trailer.


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Re: Canyon Lake Danger [Re: Olegreg] #13643117 07/24/20 08:44 PM
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Wow, thanks for the warning,, and this is with the lake at almost 96%.....

Re: Canyon Lake Danger [Re: Olegreg] #13643258 07/24/20 10:43 PM
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[Linked Image] Here is a picture of one of them. The water is pretty clear, but there is 2 or 3 inches over it. I don't have coordinates, but I'll get them next time.

Re: Canyon Lake Danger [Re: Olegreg] #13643307 07/24/20 11:16 PM
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but are there fish? damn the torpedoes, full steam ahead.

Re: Canyon Lake Danger [Re: Olegreg] #13643314 07/24/20 11:23 PM
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Those can do some severe damage and injuries for sure. eeks


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Re: Canyon Lake Danger [Re: Olegreg] #13643624 07/25/20 03:50 AM
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Be handy if someone would tie a jug to them, Iā€™m sure someone would cut it off though.

Re: Canyon Lake Danger [Re: Olegreg] #13643630 07/25/20 04:02 AM
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If my memory serves me they are located just about dead center in the river channel not far from entering the river where it just starts to narrow.
It's been a long time since I've been on Canyon, but I hit a stump twice in that area and I was in over 20' of water and in the middle. I wasn't going that fast but I ended up with a bent ear on my prop both times.
You are better off running off to one side or the other.
That river has a lot of surprises just when you think you have it figured out!


Just one more cast!

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Re: Canyon Lake Danger [Re: Olegreg] #13647900 07/28/20 07:19 PM
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Having been up there many times, I believe there is no good time to be in a hurry upriver. Even when the water level is higher, those usually visible stumps then become submerged. I now some guys have great maps, but when they buzz through at 4000 rpm, I just shudder!

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My next outing I'm going to try to find this booger.
I just don't know when I'll be able to go. Son's football practice is about to start.
That means banana for football! / frown on time I'll have for fishing


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Re: Canyon Lake Danger [Re: Holzer] #13648669 07/29/20 01:33 PM
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The faster you go the easier it is to find! eeks










Noooooo!!!!......I'm kidding!


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That there are widow makers!!

Re: Canyon Lake Danger [Re: Olegreg] #13649643 07/29/20 11:25 PM
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I really can't think of one single lake that doesn't have these hazards somewhere. Be careful out there!


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Re: Canyon Lake Danger [Re: Olegreg] #13649997 07/30/20 12:34 PM
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Appears to have been hit via motor prop a time or two !

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