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Thread: Launch fees

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    Registered bigandy's Avatar
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    Launch fees

    Just curious what everyone has to pay to launch their boat, i have heard stories of lakes with $55 ramp fees but texas is mostly $5-10. Like i said just wondering...

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    Platinum Member Platinum Member Knot 4 Me's Avatar
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    $5 at our local pond. $7 at the State Park at LOTO.

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    I have a ramp at my's FREE.
    The marinas around me are $10 (in and out)

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    Lake George, NY is $35. Down here on LI Sound, I pay $20 for the season.

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    In Mentor Lagoon's, $20 in and $20 out.....unless you do it before they get to their little shack!

    Fairport Harbor ramp is $10.

    Grand River Marina $7 but nothing larger than 31'.

    They're all over the place. Mentor is a total rip off for our area. Just the big city giving it to the little guy once again.

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    Registered Dude! Sweet!'s Avatar
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    $10 at Sunset Acquatic, it's free at the municipal ramp, but you have to pay for hourly parking, unless you have a city parking pass already. The municipal ramp sucks though.

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    Gold Member Gold Member Iggy's Avatar
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    Local ramp at the fish camp is 3.00 for 24 hours. Till last year is was a dollar.
    Another ramp at a county park is 5.00 and parking is severly limited. Park stops accepting boaters when the parking lot fills.
    We do have a couple free ramps at municipal facilities too.

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    The Columbia River near my house is free. Lake Chelan 40 minutes is $5. Paid $15 for Lake Shasta but discovered my Brother gave wrong figure and kept paying the bigger boat fee. Forget the name of Park above the dam at Red Bluff that I go on Sac river, but its free.

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    Between $10-$12 here on the river, $7-$10 at LOTO

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    $15 for a single or twin-axle trailer at Hammond, but $30 for a triple!! Does that make any sense? Then again, Hammond also used to charge me $30 to launch two jet skis on one BS.
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