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Check the NOAA aerial photo of the Keys, post-impact..  It may be a while before phones and cell service is restored.

Waters will be full of lumber.  Be careful !

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1 hour ago, THE OUTLAW said:

Lots of floaters .

My shop has at least half dozen lower units all ready from people jumping the gun .

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You guys do awesome skeg replacements...love the one on my motor from a year ago:D

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1 minute ago, Coto said:

You guys do awesome skeg replacements...love the one on my motor from a year ago:D

He just fixed mine....self inflected wound....when I was moving the boat for the hurricane....I was in a rush and forgot that the Lower Unit was in the "down" position...ouch..

But, Ralph's team is da -Best !!!!

Thank you Ralph - AIM comes through....

 

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LoL..a few months ago I drove away with the folding swivel trailer jack in the extended position. I shaved that plastic wheel down quite a it. 

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I ran over from Key Largo (Caribbean Club) to Flamingo on Sunday.  Docks have been repaired and the "ramp" is the same--sand and broken concrete pad.  Water got progressively worse as we ran west to Flamingo.  It was the color of chocolate milk in most areas, with large mats of dead grass everywhere.  Many channel markers are down, leaning or missing altogether.  Some were floating just below the surface of the water.  I suspect that some of the dead grass mats had accumulated around debris of some nature.  Be careful!  After fishing most of the day, we ran back and the water was dark brown near Dump Key, improving as we ran east.  

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On September 26, 2017 at 10:39 PM, Big Dave said:

I ran over from Key Largo (Caribbean Club) to Flamingo on Sunday.  Docks have been repaired and the "ramp" is the same--sand and broken concrete pad.  Water got progressively worse as we ran west to Flamingo.  It was the color of chocolate milk in most areas, with large mats of dead grass everywhere.  Many channel markers are down, leaning or missing altogether.  Some were floating just below the surface of the water.  I suspect that some of the dead grass mats had accumulated around debris of some nature.  Be careful!  After fishing most of the day, we ran back and the water was dark brown near Dump Key, improving as we ran east.  

My buddy Chris had a charter from Key Largo with a guide and they ran the north route.

He told me the bay has many new islands, the water was pure chocolate and murky....

Out with the guide all day with live bait - two sharks and a few snappers....

Most likely gonna be 2-4 months till it gets back to normal......Mother Nature still has a large toilet bowl she needs to Flush :(

dc

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