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Old 03-13-2006, 03:55 PM
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I know several guys who live on boats in marinas on Clear Lake. If I were single, that's where I'd be. Slip rental in Clear Lake is among the lowest in the country, and the access to clubs/restaurants is unbeatable.


I really enjoyed South Shore when I had my Sea Ray
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Old 03-13-2006, 04:11 PM
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I really enjoyed South Shore when I had my Sea Ray

Was that the NAMBLA boat? and are you still the Houston Chapter President?
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I Might Have A 50ft Slip For You In Clear Lake. Ill Have To Check If It Is A Live Aboard Slip. Of Course You Will Have To Take Me Fishing.
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Was that the NAMBLA boat? and are you still the Houston Chapter President?
Sounds interesting ...
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I Might Have A 50ft Slip For You In Clear Lake. Ill Have To Check If It Is A Live Aboard Slip. Of Course You Will Have To Take Me Fishing.

If I take the job and have a boat down there, you're on. Just one question ... exactly what will we be fishing for?
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I would hope pink snapper.
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Old 03-13-2006, 06:59 PM
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Snapper Tuna Its All The Same
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Old 03-13-2006, 07:02 PM
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I have to agree with these two, I wouldn't want to live anywhere else either!

I've lived here over 30 years.

....30 (+ how many more) years!!! Old [email protected]!
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....30 (+ how many more) years!!! Old [email protected]!
LMAO!!!!

When I was young (before school age) I lived in 3 other cities in Texas. I would guess for 4 or 5 years, not really sure.
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I havnt been on the property but it is one of many in the area http://www.marinabayrvresort.com/
I have stayed in this campground twice. There are a lot of full timer living there. Great campground & can handle just about any size of coach. Has new live on site manager about 4 months ago.

Have not stayed at Trader Village but close to house & office. Have had many customers stay there when in area. Has many full timers & lots of big coaches (45') stay there. trader village

Weather is HOT & Humid as stated above.

Only lived in Houston for 39 years. Takes a little while getting use to the heat.

As far as boating goes, got Clear Lake & Gulf on South, Lake Conroe on North, Lake Travis 2.5 hrs to north west (Austin), Canyon Lake 3 hrs to the west (San Antonio).
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