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Channel that connects Traders Bay and Agency Bay

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Has anyone ever driven their boat through the little channel that connects Traders Bay to Agency Bay? Is this deep enough to drive through or does a guy need to drive the boat the long way around? Thanks.

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I was through there last week, with a 20' Lund, and there are no issues, plus it rained earlier in the week so the lake is up a couple of inche since then.

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Thanks for the info!!!

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I have a 22' boat and no problem last weekend, the markers on the agency bay side have been moved back to their original spots by the sheriff last sunday. Someone had moved them off the rocks the week before and I assume some people had hit the rocks with their props. Just watch when going in and out and make sure the markers are on the rocks .

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