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Old 12-26-2007, 06:14 PM
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Come on down to La. A unique boating expirience. Lots of rivers running into Ponchatrain and Maurepau. Bars that are boat access only and fun people. You gotta do the Tickfaw 200
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Lake Ontario...the fresh water Autobon. South shore has Rochester, Sodus Bay, Niagara River Basin, and Oswego.To the north-east Alex Bay and the Thousand Islands/St Lawrence River. To the north shore, Toronto.
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Lake Lanier when it is full.
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LOTO, Table Rock, GLOC, Eufaula, and Texamo.... LOTO and GLOC will have some heavy competition for you. The others are just beautiful places to boat with wide open water. Im partial to table rock.

On my to-go list....lake Murray, lake norman and lake Lanier
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Old 12-27-2007, 10:24 PM
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Lake Norman, LOTO, or the Big Pond
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Lake Lanier when it is full.
I second that. And LOTO rocks if you can make the haul.
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Old 12-28-2007, 06:50 AM
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The best lakes for bigger, faster boats in the carolinas is Lake Murray, Lake Hartwell, Lake Greenwood, Lake Wylie, Lake Norman, and there are several more that can handle boats that are 100 plus.
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Old 12-28-2007, 02:22 PM
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I'll add another vote for Lake Norman. I have only been here for a few months and the lake is awesome.
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Smith Mountain Lake in sw VA, about 1 1/2 hours from Greensboro
What's the nigjt life/dining sceen like around SML? Plan on taking the boat up there this coming summer to visit a friend that lives in the 'noke.
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SML night life is nowhere near as fun as it used to be, won't get into all the reasons why. However the lake is still a great place to party. just seriously don't drive drunk at night, you will get caught and they are no longer letting it slide, DGIF is looking to make examples of folks.

As for running WOT, bring that Skater to VA Beach, a little salt never hurt anyone.

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