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    Registered Anarchy Powerboats's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedDog382 View Post
    Have to agree with this one. Far better off under power in deep water away from other boats. The waves really aren't very big compared to the great lakes.

    Still can't figure out why everyone beaches their boats that way out here. It would be much easier to get on/off bow out with anchors off the bow and stern. Probably would have prevented a lot of damage in this senario, too.
    When the storms kick up we always go run instead of parking in Havasu, they never last more than 3-4 hours anyhow.....
    Last edited by Anarchy Powerboats; 09-06-2008 at 01:39 PM.

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    AT Cult Member #3 VIP Member R Addiction's Avatar
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    Damn !!! Thats a shame. Hope no one got hurt

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    Rob VIP Member Strip Poker 388's Avatar
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    pretty nasty picks that sux

    Boost makes up for Cubic Inchs

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