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Old 07-31-2013, 11:04 PM
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I to am in KW, 6-7 deep is being generous in some areas now ain't it.

What color is your sportstar? I don't think I've see you out, there is a ps200 or bf200 thats always out barefooting.
I have a white with blue SS 190. I just got the boat a few weeks back. My son broke his leg last tues on the beach at the volleyball ct. Freek accident. Before I had my master craft maybe you have seen me on the river on a14 ft inflatable kaboat with a small 6 hp outboard. It almost sits as low to the water as a surfboard and cruises about 18mph. We get a ton of stares when we take it out.
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Old 08-01-2013, 10:42 PM
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I have a white with blue SS 190. I just got the boat a few weeks back. My son broke his leg last tues on the beach at the volleyball ct. Freek accident. Before I had my master craft maybe you have seen me on the river on a14 ft inflatable kaboat with a small 6 hp outboard. It almost sits as low to the water as a surfboard and cruises about 18mph. We get a ton of stares when we take it out.
Sorry to hear about your son breaking his leg, I try to utterly avoid the volleyball court/ beach, gets to busy on saturday afternoon with drunks, pontoons, jet boats and your general wallys. We only stop there if nobody is there usually before noon. Look for a grey and green mc tristar with a tower and say hi.
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Old 08-03-2013, 12:07 AM
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Was out on the north san jac today and average depth today was 4.5 to 5 ft deep for much of the river. The water was flat as glass but seems a little to low to safely wakeboard unless you want a mouth full of mudd when you crash frontside.
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Old 08-03-2013, 10:40 AM
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We were out on Conroe yesterday wakeboarding and surfing. Met up with a buddy at the bridge who took us north to what I am assuming is the "spot" everyone here is referring to. It was like glass in that cove with just a few boats anchored in the cove. We wakeboarded and surfed up there and it was awesome! We have a Silver flake and white X35.
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