Outfall Canal Road Question

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Outfall Canal Road Question

Postby DuckMauler » Thu Nov 21, 2013 2:41 am

My question is directly related to the condition of the dirt road leading into the boat access. Has anyone been down it lately and is it muddy or dry? Accessible by 2 wheel drive? Last year at this time it was a mess. Might be there in the near future and just wanted to be informed of the road conditions because I will be in a 2 wheel drive. Also, is the ramp in good condition like last year? Just don't want to get stuck. Thanks in advance for any info.
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Re: Outfall Canal Road Question

Postby trigger22 » Thu Nov 21, 2013 7:12 am

Cyberscouter ;)
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Re: Outfall Canal Road Question

Postby EastBound&Down » Thu Nov 21, 2013 7:13 am

Wouldn't attempt it in your vehicle
Plus the boat ramp is basically unusable
Last time I was down there the ramp was blocked by a trailer that snapped off its axle when it hit the drop off that has formed at the ramp
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Re: Outfall Canal Road Question

Postby EastBound&Down » Thu Nov 21, 2013 7:18 am

trigger22 wrote:Cyberscouter ;)

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Re: Outfall Canal Road Question

Postby DuckMauler » Thu Nov 21, 2013 8:04 am

Cyberscouter ;)


Well, how else would you expect me to find birds???? :yes:


Wouldn't attempt it in your vehicle
Plus the boat ramp is basically unusable
Last time I was down there the ramp was blocked by a trailer that snapped off its axle when it hit the drop off that has formed at the ramp


Glad you informed me. Will be sure to steer clear of that. Wouldn't dare dream of getting my brand new lifted 2014 diesel silverado that my mom bought me for CHRISTmas dirty or damaged. :sad: I'll just head to high rock instead! :fingerhead:
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Re: Outfall Canal Road Question

Postby Shurshot » Fri Nov 22, 2013 9:30 am

EastBound&Down wrote:Wouldn't attempt it in your vehicle
Plus the boat ramp is basically unusable
Last time I was down there the ramp was blocked by a trailer that snapped off its axle when it hit the drop off that has formed at the ramp


See things haven't changed much with that ramp in the last 25 years. Pulled my boat out of there one evening and forced the trailer up onto the ramp after one wheel went into that black hole. Pulled the alignment out just enough to wear down and blow out that tire just before getting back into Greenville.
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Re: Outfall Canal Road Question

Postby ducking&diving » Fri Nov 22, 2013 2:04 pm

wise thing to do is drive two vehicles. one pulling the boat, the other to pull the one pulling the boat out. :fingerhead:
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