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Old 11-21-2003, 07:25 PM
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I would'nt bother with Lewisville, there won't be much of a party and some danger spots if you do not know the lake when its low. I would go to Texoma, or PK, Texoma being huge and PK being a beautiful lake kinda like one step down from TRAVIS in my opinion. Those are my 2 favorite lakes, hells gate would make for a good afternoon of beer drinking
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Old 11-21-2003, 09:03 PM
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True in the summer, I doubt that there will be much of a party at either Texoma or PK in November.

Lake Travis (Devil's Cove) should be busy on a 80-degree Saturday in November.
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yea i have a place at texoma, its been pretty quiet
around buncombe creek , i cant wait til april so we can start going again, to me its no fun unless theres a group of people hangin out .


hardon thats a sweet lookin boat.
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Soooooooo,

Where did ya go and what did ya see?
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Clay,

Heard that you stopped by Bob's Friday. Did you have a chance to look at the 31? When he has it completed I'll call and we will go out for a ride.

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Catntmando, it was my pleasure to meat up with you!! Had a great time and thanks for keeping us out of trouble on the lake I just backed the truck and trailer down that "private ramp" loaded it, pulled the plugs took some shots and even hung there a few minutes!!!! trying to push my luck I guess, no problems at all, the guys at the fuel dock told us to have a sfe road trip and they enjoyed hearing us running out there in front of petes!! Keep me posted on the weather next break will be there Also did you get one of those heaters? Man mine is working like a charm
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sounds like yall had a blast.

Lake travis weather was great. wind was high and it was the biggest waves ive seen there. 4-6' in the main basin. i needed hardons 40' for those. it was bouncing my 27 around a little
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Heard that you stopped by Bob's Friday. Did you have a chance to look at the 31? When he has it completed I'll call and we will go out for a ride.

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Yep, I went for a Harley ride on Friday, and stopped by Full Throttle Marine. Your boat looks awesome.

Come on down next year for some Poker Runs!
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Clay--

I saw your boat for sale on the site. whats up? or whats next?
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The wife wants something bigger.

So, when mine sells I will look for something like Sean's Cafe Racer.
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