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    Where are some of the best places to live in the country as a "Hot Boater" considering factors like multiple scenic lakes/rivers that tolerate loud exhaust/high speeds, high population of fellow enthusiasts and weather?

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    NE Texas/SE Oklahoma/SW Arkansas. Broken Bow lake in SE Oklahoma is one of the nicest lakes I've been on.


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    So cal. You can get almost any part quick. The river is not far, (3 hrs or so). Can work on boat outside almost all year round. Can boat almost all year round.


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    Hard to beat anywhere from Parker to Yuma..
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    Quote Originally Posted by -RUSSO- View Post
    Hard to beat anywhere from Parker to Yuma..

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    Quote Originally Posted by -RUSSO- View Post
    Hard to beat anywhere from Parker to Yuma..
    Thats the part I am talking about when only 3 hrs from the river.


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    Southern california Is where its at

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    Quote Originally Posted by jyeager View Post
    Southern california Is where its at
    Where whats at? Smog? Traffic? Foreigners?

    J/K , I know its nice out there, long summers and plenty of nice hardware out there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cordog009 View Post
    ne texas/se oklahoma/sw arkansas. Broken bow lake in se oklahoma is one of the nicest lakes i've been on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cordog009 View Post
    NE Texas/SE Oklahoma/SW Arkansas. Broken Bow lake in SE Oklahoma is one of the nicest lakes I've been on.
    ssssssshhhhh, these guys wouldnt know how to act with lakes in every direction within minutes, not hrs ive got 5 beautiful lakes within an hrs drive, 3 of them within 10-20minutes no rivers tho, but the lakes make up for it

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    Agreed, everybody should head to the midwest. Whatever you do, dont go to Yuma. Its just a sess pool of piss from Havasu and Parker. STAY AWAY!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by IMPATIENT 1 View Post
    ssssssshhhhh, these guys wouldnt know how to act with lakes in every direction within minutes, not hrs ive got 5 beautiful lakes within an hrs drive, 3 of them within 10-20minutes no rivers tho, but the lakes make up for it
    I personally cant stand lakes. but then again I have been going to the river my whole entire life. My experience on lakes is that the bad days highly out weigh the good. wind picks up and its choppy...no thank you

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    As bad as the winters are in Mi we are fortunate to have dozens of real nice clean LARGE lakes to boat on with sandy beaches. We get some pretty large groups together for hot boat parties several times a year.

    A guy from Texas stopped by last fall and commented on how many lakes we have as compared to Texas. I live on a private lake and there are 6 more within 3 miles from here.

    I have to say probably the nicest place I ever boated was Table Rock Lake in Missouri which is a dam backwater.
    Some areas have rock cliffs on both sides.
    You could go for 40 miles if you could carry enough fuel. You cross the state line on the water. Duane HTP has a real nice place there.

    I've been to Havasu and it looks awesome.
    I would like to make it there some day with the boat.
    No scenery around that area though, just barren depressing desert.

    I've heard Lake Cumberland is real nice too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unchained View Post
    I've been to Havasu and it looks awesome.
    I would like to make it there some day with the boat.
    No scenery around that area though, just barren depressing desert.
    wow. apparently hot broads arent scenery enough? I'd rather look at babes the trees anyday!
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