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Boat taking on water

I have a 92 cris craft 18ft boat. Went to take it out and it started taking on water. The plug is in the boat. The water is coming in on the left side of engine area and pretty fast. I have drained water back out but dont have a clue what is wrong......any ideas?

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Maybe a livewell line

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