Well things are looking quite good in the seaway at the moment still alot of dirty water around the bottom 3/4 of the tide but there is clean water making its way right into the broadwater at the top of the tide. It stretches from the red barges at the spit down the the cross beacons south of crab at the top of the tide. As long as we don't get any more rain it should clean right up within a couple of weeks. Apparently plenty of bait and small tailor around the walls at the top of the tide as well. Thanks to Steve G for this info.
Here's some video I did while running in my motor on friday afternoon, as you can see its pretty dirty at the bottom half of the tide.
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