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Re: Humping at Canyon Lake [Re: Bilboinsa] #13554929 05/12/20 06:18 PM
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I have recently moved to the area. Can anyone tell me of any ramps on Canyon Lake that have docks? I am of an age where it is difficult to get in and out of the boat without a dock. Thanks.

Re: Humping at Canyon Lake [Re: propman] #13556212 05/13/20 04:47 PM
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Propman, see my response to your post in the Freshwater Discussion forum.

Re: Humping at Canyon Lake [Re: duff1] #13556285 05/13/20 05:32 PM
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Thanks.

Re: Humping at Canyon Lake [Re: Bilboinsa] #13556346 05/13/20 06:16 PM
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Ramp #23 has a good one if the idiots aren't fishing off of it or blocking the entire dock while loading/unloading

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Re: Humping at Canyon Lake [Re: Jimbo] #13558949 05/15/20 04:38 PM
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Originally Posted by Jimbo
Originally Posted by Bilboinsa
Originally Posted by grout-scout
The back of Toms creek has so many trees that the ski boats canโ€™t disturb you back there. (When it gets busy)

Good point. Glad they finally removed the Cessna. It was a real tourist trap. Never saw so many boats back there dodging stumps....


After I read and saw it on the news, my immediate thought was glad they were okay, and they probably didn't have a choice on where to put the plane down, but that was the worst cove on the lake because of all the trees and stumps. That pilot had to thread the needle!

Agreed. When I creeped back to the submerged plane, I looked around at all the things he could have snagged a wing on. I have not read anything from his perspective regarding the crash, but it would be interesting to know how much control he had on descent.

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