Actually no Mark it was just behind Ski Beach. We were between Rail Road and the levee break.
We steered abotu 20 feet clear of what we thought was about a 6 foot log. It ended up being a 40 foot long tree that that only about 6 feet was visable, not only that it had a Y in it so it dropped down another 5 - 6 feet below the surface.
We limpted in under minimal rudder and prop power, not one boat stopped to see if we needed assistance. We were taking on water, but nothing that the bildge couldn't keep up with. Once we pulled the boat out the prop blades were all folded over (and I do mean folded over) the shaft was bent an 1" of center with the shaft seal broken, the rudder was also bent 2" off center and there was about 6" of gel coat peeled down to the fiberglass just shy of the transom, then you could stick your finger through the showing glass.
Needless this ended our three day weekend early, puts the boat in the shop for at least 6 weeks and hinders all riding until then.
The Delta had 4'+ tides all weekend, not only because the end of the full moon, but also because of the HUGE amounts of water coming down from upstream! The next several weeks the Delta will be full of debris, my warning to every one, the conditions we are experiencing now are those conditions that typically are found in Jan or Feb, only us die hard riders typically see these conditions. Be very weary when spotting debris in the water, what you see might not be the entire object as we experienced on Saturday! Advise to every Detla goer over the next few weeks, ride and drive with EXTREME CAUTION!!!