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Old 04-06-2010, 07:20 PM
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Not a whole lot of lakes here in Colorado for a boat like yours to stretch out its legs. Which lake do you use primarily?
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Congratulations on your first boat, now enjoy the sounds, speed of Offshore Powerboating and the wind in your face as you fly across the water.
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well its over! i finally joined the ranks. it aint no 50+ft O/L but it is a 29FT MAGIC WIZARD AND ITS MINE! soooooo, the multiple questions will soon follow. 20+hr drive and i'm happy as a pig in chit! my first powerboat
Well congrats are due! Great looking boat! Hopefully you will have a very enjoyable summer and get to know the guys at the gas docks by name Have a ball with it!
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Old 04-07-2010, 11:53 AM
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Not a whole lot of lakes here in Colorado for a boat like yours to stretch out its legs. Which lake do you use primarily?
cherry creek! no, really. we will spend quite a bit of time at mcconaughy this summer prolly a trip or 2 to powell and at least 1 or 2 to havasu. where do you go?
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cherry creek! no, really. we will spend quite a bit of time at mcconaughy this summer prolly a trip or 2 to powell and at least 1 or 2 to havasu. where do you go?
Mostly the Southern lakes. Merideth, Lathrop (even smaller than Cherry Creek), Henry, John Martin, Pueblo & locally @ Prospect (all 51 surface acres of it)

We’re heading to Navajo for Labor Day so I’m looking forward to that. We did Powell a couple years ago & need to get back there again. It’s beautiful!

There are some fast jet boats @ Merideth. You should come down & teach’em some lessons.
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Mostly the Southern lakes. Merideth, Lathrop (even smaller than Cherry Creek), Henry, John Martin, Pueblo & locally @ Prospect (all 51 surface acres of it)

We’re heading to Navajo for Labor Day so I’m looking forward to that. We did Powell a couple years ago & need to get back there again. It’s beautiful!

There are some fast jet boats @ Merideth. You should come down & teach’em some lessons.
we'll probably hit john martin this summer at some point. let me know when you go, maybe we can meet up.
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