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    Default Worms from old log booming areas

    Henderson Inlet near Olympia has a small anchorage that is near an old log booming area. A comment from a boater said that mud and worms from that anchorage can cling to your hull for months. Iíve never heard of worms being a problem in Puget Sound, but might these be harmful to a wooden hull?

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    Default Re: Worms from old log booming areas

    Now that seems like a good argument for fresh water moorage!
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    Default Re: Worms from old log booming areas

    We’re you looking at the Active Captain comment Ron? I also found this one:

    http://mvvikingstar.blogspot.com/201...-park.html?m=1

    Those don’t sound like ship worms of any sort. More like some sort of mud worm?
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    Default Re: Worms from old log booming areas

    I was reading different but similar comments on Navionics.

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