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    How hot boat friendly is Rollins lake?

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    u already got my input,but Tim (Fleetimus) lives there..
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    I've only been up there a couple times, with no baffles, never had any problems. Come to think of it, never saw any rangers up there. I do remember alot of drift wood, but that was in the spring time.

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    we use to go for a week at a time every year,Hud and his family and all our hot boat friends,also my tribe.The Greenhorn camp ground has showers and a store volleyball on sand boat ramp.Talk to Mike'he runs that side,There is a picture of Hud with a cowboy hat on in his members gallery sitting on his boat trailer,That picture was shot up there.

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    its been about 3-4 years since i went. my boat wasn't super loud due to the turbos & it was't targeted by the police. i wouldn't break the speed limit if there was one on the water unless i knew were he was. they can sit along the edge of the water in the shadows.

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    I have never had any problems there. It is a great lake on Tuesday & Wednesday evenings. Weekends suck from the wakeboard boats. Early morning or late evening is the only tie i would run on weekends. I live 10 minutes away. Give me a call if you go up. 530 320-0549
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    Took a trip out there yesterday. Lake is full. Went right by the rangers boat on the water, he didn't even look twice at me. I'm running open pipes and was cruising right along. 13 bucks to get in with the boat, ramp had good access with very little traffic. Nice lake.

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    Yes I think Rollins would make a good day trip. I will have to go there before the season ends

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    The Placer County Sheriff's on the water (green boats) are the same guys that work Camp Far West, so they are good with hot boats as long as the driver isn't being an idiot (which I know you are not). There are also Nevada County Sheriffs on the lake (white boats I believe) and I don't know how they are with hot boats.
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    Last time I was there I found out there is a 50 MPH speed limit on the lake..oops!
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