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      Members Only Fluid Forum View   08/08/2017

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Hey Ace,

Thinking about making a trip for late September. I know the marker buoys are usually out by mid October, when do they actuall remove them?

Kyhl

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The last couple of years they have been pulling the Buoys out during the second week of October. I talked to the guy grabbing the Buoys last year and found out he was to have them pulled by the 15th. They do leave some of channel markers in as long as possible around Oak Island and other places, but all the mid lake hazard buoys get pulled early.

Good Luck!
Steve

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Hi strabo,
How you doing Bud?
The markers will start to go around the first week in October. It depends where they start pulling them, some will be gone by the early part of the month and others will be out until the 15th.

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Thanks for the info.

I'll give you a call later this evening. Wish I could come up for the contest but I have to work for a bit Saturday.

Hopefully I'll see you guys later this month.
In case I don't get a hold of you, Good Luck in the contest!

Say hi to Mrs Ace and the rest of the family.

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