It used to be clear running north of 1960 but since imelda the depth in
there has really changed and a lot of timber has washed up along there
but still probably the best way to go . Just idle through there the first
time till you get a track on your nav map . I think they have a crew
trying to clear up the downed trees in that area but not sure when
or if they will get the job done. There has been a lot of sand moved
around in there and where it was 12 feet deep now is less than 3 and
the trees have piled up in those areas. so just be careful running any
area till you know it is safe you can not trust the maps now because
a lot of it has changed even some of the markers are not trust worthy
Best advice for getting around on any lake in this area..... Especially Lake Houston.....
I watched 3 boats run up on the sand bar at the mouth of the bayou recently and that island at the mouth of the river is still claiming run agrounds......
There ain't no rush...... Especially when your safety is involved.....
_________________ FISH BITE WET HOOKS
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