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Old 08-21-2003, 10:31 AM
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Question On line Map for LOTO

Does anybody know where there is a decent online map for LOTO. I've found several, but there is not enough detail.

I'm trying to make sure we have enough time to splash the boat and make it to the ledges tomorrow morn. Can one of the LOTO regulars give me an idea of how long it will take to get from the state park ramp around to the ledges cove?

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Oh yeah, looks like I've finally made it past 700 posts. Troutly look out.
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From the State Park to the Ledges is 10 minutes if the no wake zone is inoperative, 25 if you have to idle
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Oh yeah, it's VERY easy to get to Ledges from state park, just go past the bridge to the main channel, turn left and go a couple of miles until you see a bunch of yellow condo's on your left side!
Also, look for the big airship shaped balloon. That will be at Dorsey's Pit stop, which is directly across the cove from the Ledges.
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Sweet, that's what I thought. I remembered seeing the ledges last year, but I've severely damaged those brain cells this summer. We'll be pulling out of Grand Lake around 6 tomorrow morning. If all goes well, we'll be in the water at LOTO by 10:00-10:30 AM.
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start with this

http://terraserver-usa.com/image.asp...y=329&z=15&w=1

you can also switch it to an arial photo, zoom in/out, etc.
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Sweet, that's what I thought. I remembered seeing the ledges last year, but I've severely damaged those brain cells this summer.
Those were my best "brain cell impaired" directions, and the only way I can personally find the place! That, and a GPS
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Eyezlee,

you should like the ledges. They are a pretty nice place to stay. We have stayed there everytime we have gone down. Also not to far by car to get to Shooters if you dont want to fight the docks at night.

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eyezlee,

Set the cruise control on 90 mph. By the time you stop once, fight traffic, unload the boat, and get to The Ledges to check in you're gonna be pushin it.
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Just purchase one when you get there, there are no good ones on line. Map will cost you about $4 and you can get them almost any convenience store or at wallmart. They are pretty detailed and show most of the condo projects as well as a lot of the on water bars.

Either that or plan on taggin along with someone, all the coves look alike the first time.

If you have a GPS download the Map for the lake it is OK and you can add detail once you are there.
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