Salt Springs Ride (before)

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WallyGator
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Salt Springs Ride (before)

Postby WallyGator » Wed Jul 27, 2005 3:39 pm

Is there alot of Deepwater running?.
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salt springs ride

Postby basketcase0302 » Wed Jul 27, 2005 5:37 pm

WallyGator,

You should PM Croc1 for that as he scouted the area weekend before last.

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Postby Croc1 » Wed Jul 27, 2005 6:13 pm

yes there will be a good bit

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Postby firemen122 » Wed Jul 27, 2005 10:00 pm

Hey Guys I am familiar with the area make sure someone takes yall up juniper run nice ride and great swimming area. Sorry have to work sat. or would come and show you... there is a good bit of deep water riding as the lake is high right now. when you get to end of salt spring run you can also swim in lake at mouth 2-5 ft deep there.... be sure to check out silver glen also make sure to not take much beverage in their with you cause the man can be a little nosy in there.......

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Postby Croc1 » Wed Jul 27, 2005 10:25 pm

thanks fireman we are puttin in at the salt springs landin going out to the lake takin a right and runnin down to the mouth of the glen not in cuz of the man and down to juniper run in to 19 and back should be a nice cooool trip for this time of year shell crackers for dinner and cactus jacks for honky tonkin this is the plan. sounds like your gettin sick to me maybe trade with someone :idea:

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Postby firemen122 » Wed Jul 27, 2005 10:33 pm

Well i got sick last weekend and my usual trade folks are busy.... Never know one might come thru for me.. My biggest problem is I have a small boat with 3 kids gets a little uncomfortable for the wife.. I either have to add some seats or change hulls.I like the way my boat runs dry now I can have me my wife,14 yr old boy, 6 yr old boy and 2.5 yr old girl cooler and their junk and run hill good. My boat is front operator and rear double reallyneed front and rear double just not sure what route to take..

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Postby Croc1 » Fri Jul 29, 2005 6:48 am

fireman the guy i got my boat from had a football team of a family. 1 front driver 2 rear 14' diamondback but he added a double in front of the driver I can add or remove it with 4 bolts

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Postby jim » Fri Jul 29, 2005 7:25 pm

I just got the word from one of the Lake county airboat guys to be careful going up Juniper springs run. It is idle only and if the current is strong and you use a little power to make the turns tiskets are issued. They are not going up there while the runoff is strong. I hope I caught you guys in time.

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