As we moveninto spring and summer, be aware of an increase in subsurface deposits and floating debris that could cause damage to your boat, as the level moves to Summer Pool (740’). Note that there can be very quick movement in the level as late winter and spring rains arrive. Click the button below to get the current level.
Subsurface rocks and limestone shelving make for a potentially dangerous path. You should stay to the RIGHT (closest to the island) of the buoy when heading past the northern point of Dunn Island.
Mudflat under old Chenault Bridge bridge is becoming increasingly shallow. Exercise extreme caution through this area.
There is an increasingly shallow mudflat around the ramp. Please use extreme caution and keep your craft closest to the limestone wall (opposite ramp). If you are heading from Bryant’s Camp to Hogsback (north toward Gwinn Island/Dunn Island), stay left of the buoy, continue slowly, then a right after the buoy.
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