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Old 05-26-2005, 01:54 AM
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Jordy, were do you run at??? I see your in Phoenix what kind of boat we may have bumped into each other at Pleasant a time or 2.
I don't spend much time at Pleasant at this point in time, it's usually either Saguaro, Bartlett or Parker/Havasu. That's fixing to change though depending on which way I go with the next floating hole.
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I don't spend much time at Pleasant at this point in time, it's usually either Saguaro, Bartlett or Parker/Havasu. That's fixing to change though depending on which way I go with the next floating hole.
I usually go to Pleasant or Havasu, I like Saguaro but have no patents to wait in line for hours to get on the lake.. Pleasant just passes time and gets me on the water but Memorial weekend will be a good time, always has been!!!
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I usually go to Pleasant or Havasu, I like Saguaro but have no patents to wait in line for hours to get on the lake.. Pleasant just passes time and gets me on the water but Memorial weekend will be a good time, always has been!!!
I was planning on hitting the lake this weekend but sold my 21' Schiada today and don't feel like holiday water in my 19' jet. Back to the drawing boards.

I don't like the lines either, but I have found being out early, or late solves that problem. Sunday afternoon on the beach at Saguaro is a good time, almost as much fun as Greasewood Flats on Sunday afternoon in the couple months it's too cold to boat here.
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Congrats (or maybe not) on selling your boat, thats always the biggest pain. I have a hard time getting my wife out of the house early enough to get to Saguaro to miss the lines. I come from the west side so its takes quite a drive. We hang at Humbug cove, definatly same party atmosphere just no beach.
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I'm actually pretty stoked on selling it. Now I just have to decided if I want to go the 35' Cig route or the 30' Spectre with 300x's route. Right now the Spectre is making much more sense.
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Both awesome boats, i'd be scared of insurance though!!!
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Unfortunately, that's not an issue, or the decision would be much easier. Like $200 a year. The gas issue is pointing the Spectre way very hard.
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You found insurance for around 200 a year on either of those boats???
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Gas on the other hand is steep around here!!!
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You found insurance for around 200 a year on either of those boats???

Sorry, that was the difference between the Spectre and the Cig. $200 a year.
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