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Tarpoon wrote: »
There are inside channels that are well marked with day markers. One on either side of Helen Key. One splits Helen and Kice, the other Helen and Ramsey. Look at a chart if you have never run either before - although well marked it does get shallow if you get out of the channel or miss a turn.
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exactly what he said. Probably goes without saying, but make the run on a high tide and you should be just fine. When it's real low, you really have to know exactly where you can cut through and where you cant. On the upside, most of that run is mud and not hard bottom.
Run south by **** Key and keep going past Tripod Key and then keep going some more to the south end of **** Key staying in the channel. Then pick up the track heading west toward Helen Key and take that north of Helen and south of Ramsey Key. Pick up the markers on that track south of Little Tide Key heading west to your destination. in your rig, if the water is low head north towards pass key and the houses amd then back to the west. If water is up follow track south of Henry key.
If so, can you post a link to the website that they could be purchased?
Would you mind posting a screen shot a bit further south in the 10,000 islands?
Who ran those tracks in the 10,000? (just curious)