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Cattle Pen Creek Anchorage

Posted by admin | Posted on 02-25-2007

Cattle Pen Creek Anchorage
Statute Mile: 625.5
Lat/Lon: near 31 38.581 North/081 11.040 West
Location: this creek cuts into the eastern banks of the Waterway’s Johnson Creek stretch between unlighted daybeacons #127 and #128
Minimum Depth: 6 ½ feet
Swing Room: sufficient room for vessels as large as 32 feet
Foul Weather Shelter: Poor to Fair; open to southwestern and northeasterly wind


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Cruising News:
2/Nov/11 Arriving at high tide in our 42ft sailboat, draft 5’6″, and taking note of previous information on shoaling, we turned into the Creek taking a centre line between the banks and proceeded down the centre of the creek approx 3/4 of a mile until waters started to shallow quickly to 7ft but up to that time we did not see less than 13ft on the depth sounder.
We retraced our track and set anchor about a 1/2 mile above the entrance where we recorded 7ft at low water that night.
3/Nov/11 Departing this morning at 1 hour before low tide we followed the south bank out – we registered good depths between 11-20ft. The creek is narrow and is best in a NE but where we anchored was adequate swinging room for us even at 42ft long. Excellent holding in good, thick mud.
William Spouse

At the entrance to Cattle Pen Creek, the shoal to the north seems have made out toward the channel. The USACE line on C-Map ran us through 7.7 foot (4.4 MLLW) water at half tide falling. A turn to port (northbound) found deeper water.
S/V Briliant Star

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