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west side landing...depth?

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Hoping to go out this weekend. Is the landing on the west side by the casino deep enough or do I need to go to Terry's?

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Kevin

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Read the posts from the last week, and you find that some people are useing the public landing but be carefull. But for $10 to be safe use Terrys.

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Thanks for the info. I'll most likely use Terry's

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I made it out of the casino access a few days ago.. along with some other boats.

You need to go strait out until 3'-4' then your good to go, you CAN NOT quarter into, or away from the access.

Trim your motor up all the way and putt.. If its windy, forget it.

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Thanks

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Used it tonight and it was very shallow.. I used the kicker to get out but others hit bottom and got stuck for a bit. Not too much fun for them blush.gif

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How did you do any reports?

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