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Upon impact you empty the boat lift up on the foot and slide the bow to safety. Your only chance on dropping tide.
Been there.
Yep, Miss that simple shit back in the day in Turtle and Bulls bay WHEN -the greatest emergency was, ALWAYS, low on beer, who wants to walk back and get some. NO FN ONE DIED.
 

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As skinny as that thing probably runs he was being greedy. . . but I've been there
Testing the limits is the mark of a man. Some where along the FN line that mindset has all but perished. Lil C will be worse than Mac. And.. it'll drive him batty. I'll smile.
 

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Testing the limits is the mark of a man. Some where along the FN line that mindset has all but perished. Lil C will be worse than Mac. And.. it'll drive him batty. I'll smile.
A college buddy always said you never know the limit of something until you F up. Not all that eloquent but pretty damn accurate.
 

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A college buddy always said you never know the limit of something until you F up. Not all that eloquent but pretty damn accurate.
Yep. I leaned that lesson jumping off the El Jobean Bridge at 2 AM with a rack of Mich lites in me and landing on something hard. It was a close call but I avoided penetration. Good times. No one died.
 

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Not me, but been there, done that! Left the marsh too late a few years ago and ended up high and dry until the next incoming tide floated us enough to pole again.
 
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