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I just wanted to show some of the new guys in my area (Washington/Chocowinity) what happens with the rivers downeast when the wind blows hard and steady for a day or 2. The river is blowing out fast!! Water Sky Water resources Tree Bank


The main river is dropping and many boats are sitting in the mud. This and the bitter cold temps do not bode well for the trout and others. One of my friends living on the river found 4 dead and frozen eels laying on the 20ft sand and rocks now exposed between his bulkhead and the river.
 
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these pics are Haven's Gardens in town over by Washington Park. Mason's landing over on Clarks Neck Rd wasn't looking good either.
 

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as soon as the wind died the water rushed back in but it just allowed more heat to escape from the sediment and shallow waters, that means more cold kill.
 
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I saw boot prints everywhere I went someone was out early..
 
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