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Old 03-19-2006, 09:58 AM
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is this a powerboat area or pontoon/ bass boat lake boating? noise restrictions(dry pipes ) , speed etc .......any info is very appreciated..
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Old 03-19-2006, 10:40 AM
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is this a powerboat area or pontoon/ bass boat lake boating? noise restrictions(dry pipes ) , speed etc .......any info is very appreciated..

More Bass boats and pontoons.You will have to go to lake lanier to see any substantial Powerboats
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may have a job opportunity in lagrange.... and wouldn't want to live by or near water i can't use...
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We tested waverunners there when I worked with Yamaha all the time and had no problems. Never been on with a big boat, but the water is different than Louisiana. There are fairly large fluctuations in depth depending on time of year and rainfall, like up to 10-12 feet. Watch out for stumps, submerged roads and the occasional house. But you're probably used to that already Let me know if you need more and I can get some more info. Brad.
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