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    Default New Edisto Reef


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    wonder if it landed up right or upside down?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dixiedeerslaya View Post
    wonder if it landed up right or upside down?
    Hopefully it broke up and made a large debris field. More reefs mean less people trying to cornhole my spots.
    Yeah, but do you consider a dog to be a filthy animal? I wouldn't go so far as to call a dog filthy but they're definitely dirty. But, a dog's got personality. Personality goes a long way.


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    What's the depth there? I'm sure I'm asking a question I shouldn't be cause it's a public forum and all. Just wondering. 60'-70'?

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    I'd say 50-55'

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    The article says the barge has containers on top and is ~30ft deep (tall), if the water is ~50-55ft does that mean the top of the barge is only 20 or 25ft from the surface? I guess assuming it landed upright.

    "The barge is 260 feet long, 50 feet wide, and 30 feet deep with old shipping containers are stacked on top."

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    She rolled!
    Low country redneck who moved north

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    I wish they’d sink more in the 60-70ft range.

    Accessible with the 20ft CCs and still deep enough to hold quality fish.
    Be proactive about improving public waterfowl habitat in South Carolina. It's not going to happen by itself, and our help is needed. We have the potential to winter thousands of waterfowl on public grounds if we fight for it.

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