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#11911655 - 11/01/16 02:42 PM Ransom Road Ramp PSA
malibu6501 Offline
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Registered: 03/19/16
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Loc: Aransas Pass

Area A: For backing the boat down the ramp. It is not a prep area.
Area B: For backing the boat off of a trailer or driving the boat onto a trailer. It is not a parking area or to be used as a way of reserving the ramp.
Area C: For parking the boat at any time, especially when going to get a trailer to load the boat or when parking a trailer after unloading the boat.

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#11911663 - 11/01/16 02:47 PM Re: Ransom Road Ramp PSA [Re: malibu6501]
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#11912865 - 11/02/16 07:31 AM Re: Ransom Road Ramp PSA [Re: malibu6501]
fishesintrees Offline
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Are you suggesting that your boat should already be loaded when you back down the ramp?!? What a concept! lmao.

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#11913943 - 11/02/16 07:24 PM Re: Ransom Road Ramp PSA [Re: malibu6501]
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Some ramps, like the one at Conn Brown, don't offer boat parking so patrons have to park their boats at the end of the ramp. That's OK. They are long ramps. Other ramps, like Ransom,which is a short ramp, offer boat parking. Even Ingleside, which is a short ramp, has boat parking. Still, some seem to think that parking in the ramp and blocking access is OK.

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