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cjac

Matoska Access on WBL

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Just talked to a buddy of mine who keeps a boat on WBL and he said it's even lower than a couple weeks ago. Yikes....

The Matoska access was shallow as it was, anyone been there recently to comment on the launch?

Thanks.....

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Chris -

I know a guy who gets out there quite a bit. I don't think you'll get your rig in and out without a bunch of work. Last time I was there my transducer got kicker up when I headed out past the blow-out hole right at the access. I have to use the TM (set up real shallow) as I drove out past the sailboats. Kinda of a PITA - especially at night. You could still get in but it would take a bit of work.

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Very low water. Less than a foot between the blow out hole and sail boats. I would use the electric or even walk the boat out. I am curious to see what this does to the pressure out there with the current launching conditions. I am surprised they chose July to work on the Ramsey county ramp.

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My boat drags the BOTTOM all the way out, not to mention the prop mucking it up...doubt i'll be out again soon.

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I stopped to look at it last night thinking that the raing may have helped a bit. There's still only about 16 inches of water at the end of the dock. I did see a musky swim by smiling that he wasn't getting bonked on the head with DCG's and bulldawgs for the first time in weeks!! grin

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