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Old 27-05-2010, 11:15   #1
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Angelfish Creek Update

I just went throught Angelfish Creek from Biscayne Bay into the ocean. The depth at the mouth of the creek on the ocean side was 5.5 feet during at least 30-40 feet between the last markers. It was a mid-tide, the current was running at over 2 knots in some spots. According to Navionics, the water level should have been at +0.8 feet above minimum. The wind was from south-east at 7 knots. Before, it was calm.

So, one with a vessel drawing more than 5 feet should pay attention. The last time I was throuhg the Angelfish, earlier this year, the depth translated to around 6 feet at average low tide.
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