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I mean in front of the London Bridge Resort where it is wide that is.
 

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NO!
but with a toon you can pull up and tie to the wall anywhere and drop an anchor in the rear.:D
:)devil
I've done worse in my boat but it was an emergency.....well sorta....I was in a hurry...and the cove was deserted finally..I have the bow scratches to prove it.
 

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Hey Darryl, can I borrow your grill if I see you? I'll trade you some propane time for a Kansas city steak?
 

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Hey Darryl, can I borrow your grill if I see you? I'll trade you some propane time for a Kansas city steak?
No grillin this weekend to crowded,every man for themselve.
Hope to see you out there we will be out Sat,Sun & Mon.:)
 

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I am almost positive it is. I asked an LEO years ago and anchoring your boat is a violation. Someting having to do with impeding the flow of traffic or something to that effect. Hence why you don't see boats anchored out.
 

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Is it true there is no longer a big boat restriction in the channel?
 

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Yes, since last year. But no Houseboats.
So is a 32' Party Hut considered a house boat??Or a pontoon boat? in reference to the channel rules that is
 

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Thats a pontoon and you knew that. They don't want the big ass Houseboats in the channel, like the ones the Nautical rents out.
Actually, no I didn' know, just asking a serious question. Serious question Here ? Holy Crap I am CRAZY!
 
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