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Old 07-29-2007, 10:44 PM
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There are a few Cigs on the lake along with Baja's, eliminators, formulas all over 30'. I have no idea what specific boat was involved, but the lake is starting to get excessively over crowded with non-experienced boaters.
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Old 07-29-2007, 10:52 PM
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but the lake is starting to get excessively over crowded with non-experienced boaters.

As are ALL lakes it seems.. This is a terrible incident, everyone send up prayers for everyone involved.
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Old 07-29-2007, 10:57 PM
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It's terrible to hear that kind of news. I'm just glad it wasn't my old Scarab. I think she's on Lake Eufaula. Prayers.

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Just saw the boat on the news it was a 31 Cigarette.

Looked like an older original boat.

Lets hope the media doesn't put to mutch spin on this, and keep the families of the victims in our prayers.
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thats terrible----
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that lake is starting to get more and more boats on it since all the development going on. More of the boats are getting bigger and on that lake theres not much room.

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Saw the news report on Sunday morning, very sad. Can't speculate on anything but Skiatook lake is a small place and mainly built for pontoon style boats and slow cruising. I wouldn't run a performance boat of any kind out there.
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