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Boat Ramps #7 and #8 at Canyon Lake #12568316
01/08/18 03:44 AM
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Does anyone know if Ramp #7 at Canyon is steeper than Ramp #8 ?

I put in at Ramp #8 recently and had to get my truck farther back than I
would like to get enough depth to launch my boat.

Re: Boat Ramps #7 and #8 at Canyon Lake [Re: doctorxring] #12568489
01/08/18 12:42 PM
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Boat ramp #6 is in the same subdivision just on the opposite side from boat ramp #7 in Tom Creek. That ramp is probably one of the steepest you'll find on the lake.
Boat ramp #11 is by far the slickest and steepest on the river above the lake. LOL!
4x4 recommended!

Last edited by Jimbo; 01/08/18 12:47 PM.

Just one more cast!

Re: Boat Ramps #7 and #8 at Canyon Lake [Re: doctorxring] #12569135
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Thanks Jimbo. That will get'r done !

Re: Boat Ramps #7 and #8 at Canyon Lake [Re: doctorxring] #12572263
01/10/18 04:59 PM
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#7 is just about the same as #8. Like Jimbo said above, #6 is the way to go.

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