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no longer a salt pond

They built a road across and dammed up the salt pond so now it's just a fresh water pond. I wanted... read more

Reviewed 28 February 2018
Steve N
,
Tonbridge, United Kingdom
No longer exists, it has been dredged and turned into a marina

The salt ponds no longer exist. This unique ecosystem has been dredged to create a marina, which... read more

Reviewed 28 June 2017
jrau
,
Castro Valley, CA
via mobile
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A salt source with lots of local wildlife to catch sight of, like monkeys, sea turtles and wild deer.
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28 Feb 2018
“no longer a salt pond”
28 Jun 2017
“No longer exists, it has been dredged and turned into a marina”
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Reviewed 28 February 2018

They built a road across and dammed up the salt pond so now it's just a fresh water pond. I wanted to fish this for tarpon as I was advised it held them but when I saw the pond had been dammed from tidal flow...More

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Reviewed 28 June 2017 via mobile

The salt ponds no longer exist. This unique ecosystem has been dredged to create a marina, which appears to be part of a larger failed project at the time I visited. The nearby beach is still nice, though, because the surrounding buildings were never built...More

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Reviewed 25 June 2014

There isn't much to see, salt ponds are normally rank, smelly and pretty dirty and surrounded by Mangroves. This is nothing special apart from the fact that it is big and all of the Mangroves have been cut down, in the name of progress. If...More

5  Thank IamBigAl
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