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Looking to take the hallett out sunday not sure when or where but it will get wet.
 

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You guys have fun and be careful out there. Late yesterday afternoon F14 and I ran his Skater from BW over to Rio Vista then up Steamboat Slough to Walnut Grove and Steamboat up to WG was terrible and the Sac river up there was awful too. Georgianna Slough wasn't too bad but the water is VERY high.
 

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Trying to find out the restrictions so I know when I can be on and off the river.
 

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ill be launching early so just shot me text when you are on the water...ill be idling around burning off the winter blend fuel
 

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Launching out of sugarbarge no restrictions. Hope to be on the water about ten am.
 

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are there any restrictions from Orwood to Franks Tract? Ran it today, boats all over the place.
 

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I think the speed restriction is still in place for 2 hours before and after high tide. Don't know if it is being enforced though.
Yes the 4 hour restriction is still in place. 2 hours before high tide until 2 hours after high tide. That's why I'm launching from sugarbarge no restrictions.
 

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Yes the 4 hour restriction is still in place. 2 hours before high tide until 2 hours after high tide. That's why I'm launching from sugarbarge no restrictions.
CC County = no restictions

SJ County = 2hrs before/2hrs after high tide in the south-east delta
 
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