Potentional Pond - Monroe

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  1. tgalx3

    tgalx3 Active Member

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    I have a potential pond we could use.

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    Up north in Monroe
    It might be a bit small for a big battle.

    If someone wants to do a small battle to try it out we can. Full all year around.
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  2. TorpCruiser

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    How deep?
     
  3. tgalx3

    tgalx3 Active Member

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    I would say it starts at about 2' and goes deeper. Im not sure how deep. I would be very surprised if it was deeper than 6'
     
  4. Seventy Two

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    How did you find it? Thanks.
     
  5. tgalx3

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    I know the owner. My only concern is the size and how far north it is.
     
  6. GregMcFadden

    GregMcFadden Facilitator RCWC Staff

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    Regardless it's still better than having to deal with cle elum traffic on the way back. Our old pond was north of Snohomish so it's really not too much different I suspect
     
  7. tgalx3

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    No. It’s only about maybe a 10 minute difference. Well if a couple captains want to duke it out to try it out I can arrange it.
     
  8. Kotori87

    Kotori87 Well-Known Member

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    It looks about the same size as the WWCC's pond in California, maybe a bit narrower. Not great for the big battleships or cruisers, but smaller boats like dreadnoughts and BCs should do fine.
     
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