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Old 21 October 2014, 14:16   #11
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I take it is 2 hrs either side of high water there also
Yes it is two hours either side
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Old 23 October 2014, 14:27   #12
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Thanks again chaps. I'll let you know how I get on.
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Old 23 October 2014, 15:09   #13
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Is the slip there new? Not been to North Norfolk for a few years but Blakney always seemed to be a world of mud in the launch area?

While on the subject what's the score with Sibbing on the Broards? License and where to launch etc?
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Old 23 October 2014, 15:52   #14
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Is the slip there new? Not been to North Norfolk for a few years but Blakney always seemed to be a world of mud in the launch area?

While on the subject what's the score with Sibbing on the Broards? License and where to launch etc?
Blakeney slip is concrete as for the broads I cant help, sorry.
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>>> Not been to North Norfolk for a few years but Blakeney always seemed to be a world of mud in the launch area?

Been going to that area on and off for 50+ yrs and the mud's still there Max. If I was local I would of course be sibbing there but it's the same distance from our inland location as less muddy places with all states of the tide access so have only been as a foot visitor in recent years.
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