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Old 07-09-2003, 05:10 PM
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I just try to run up to what
the conditions will allow,
for the most part, that's not
much over 60 mph.
Running too slow seem worst
than going too fast, you get
slamed harder.
The main thing is to be aware
of your surroundings.

Steer away from the cruise ships

Running on this lake will make you a better
boat driver.

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Old 07-09-2003, 05:39 PM
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I can't gaurantee you'll score....even the greats strike out every now and then.....right JBK??

whatever, i had three offers on the table and you know it!!!! like i told the stripper i knew at the GQ, i'm only 26 and all [email protected] out.....LOL!

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Old 07-09-2003, 05:44 PM
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At any given time you will see any thing from 60ft carvers to 16ft bass boats that navigate the lake successfully if you want to tear your boat up you can! if you want to travel the lake without tearing your boat up you can! While the shoot out will be busy with boats they mainly will be rafted or idling around, if you go to the party cove stay out of the thick of things and you'll do fine what i mean is stay off to side maybe a little longer getting there but not as rough. the 24 ft baja is a very popular boat at the lake and does fine.
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Ok, I think I have an idea of what you guys are talking about now!
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Old 07-09-2003, 10:21 PM
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not quite the same but in the right situation you would think it is!

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To tell you the truth, I am worried about taking the 24ft Outlaw to LOTO for the Shootout. That is going to be a big weekend on the lake and there will be just as many people as a holiday weekend. And after all of the tragedies I have been reading/hearing about, I am worried!

You will be fine!!! Keep the drive down and the rpms above 3200 and concentrate on the big waves.
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Damn Troutly you post whore! Your closing in on 8,000 posts! You dirty old man!
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Ok, I think I have an idea of what you guys are talking about now!

The height looks about right, but the spacing is much closer together.
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