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If you didn’t already know about it, here’s an interactive map with open/closed areas. Keep an eye on it, if there’s any rain or other event that could affect the water quality they will close an area off that is normally not closed. ArcGIS Web Application
Well I'll be switched! I'm backed up to Styron Creek in Sealevel and wouldn't you know it, I've been red flagged :mad:
Thanks anyway for the link. That's going to be useful, I reckon.
 

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Most permanent closures make sense due to their location/proximity to large amounts of runoff. Styron Creek however seems a little silly to me.
We have a lot of oyster farms in this area. Perhaps most of the creeks and waterways have been flagged for that purpose. I know the guy that runs a oyster / clam hatchery close by. I'll ask him if he knows... and I'm sure that he does.
 
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