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Old 10-10-2006, 03:46   #1
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Cape Lookout via Core Sound ???

Have any of you shallow draft boats ever taken the backway (via Core Sound) from Ocracoke to Cape Lookout NC? Any problems for a 3 ft. draft???
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I looked into doing it in my Irwin 28 several years ago.. decided not the way to go.. those back sound channels are narrow and change a lot. It would be a fun exploratory trip to try if you had the time.
I do use the other inlets every chance I get.. hate the alligator river
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Old 10-10-2006, 05:46   #3
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I know the locals do it regularly but I myself haven't attempted it. I suppose you could follow someone for your first visit. The trip on the outside is very simple and a beutiful day trip
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