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Does anyone know, since the water level is well over normal this year, if some of the closed ramps will open up this summer? I was thinking specifically of the El Dorado ramp. Their web site still says that it is closed due to "low water level."

We'll be launching a 25' performance boat on a tandem trailer and staying in South Lake Tahoe.
 

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I would think that it is open now because the lake is just a little over a foot away from it's highest level allowed. This website has some good info on lake levels and ramps. www.boattahoe.com
 

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There is construction going on there not open -Keys is probably your best bet Cave Rock is a zoo There is a boat ramp at stateline behind the casinos Camp Rich is a sand trap
 

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There is construction going on there not open -Keys is probably your best bet Cave Rock is a zoo There is a boat ramp at stateline behind the casinos Camp Rich is a sand trap
daMoose - Thanks for the info. They sure know how to schedule construction projects, don't they? I heard Lakeside is in the same general area and open to the public. Didn't know Camp Richardson was a public ramp (yes, it IS a sand trap).

If Lakeside doesn't work out, I may be better off going to Meeks on the West shore rather than deal with the zoo at Cave Rock. Got robbed last year launching at the Keys. Never again.
 

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Get ready to bend over for the inspection your going to need. I don't have a problem with attempting to stop the spread of an invasious species, what I do have a problem with is those high and mighty pricks running the TRPA trying to make a buck off of it, more like TOO many bucks off it.
 
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