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just wondering if it is ok to walk out from sandy beach

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darn close to wader time...out today,,,,solid ice once you get out but acess is shot...may bring planks out tommorow and leave them there...please don't take them,they are the only planks i have,and they have been in the family now for 87 years.my great grandfather carved those planks out of a tree in the back yard when his wife would'nt let him in the house for 8 months because of something stupid he did..so guy's leave the planks thanks

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I would be much appreciative to use dear family heirlooms such as these. Never mess with another man's wood, I always say. Thanks in advance.

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planks been out 2 days..still working fine last night when i came off at 5....today tho you may need hip boots...people have been walkin in from beach,going off the end of the dock....south acess should hold up a few more days,depending on the rain,etc.....

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