There really isn't any dirt or sand to beach on at Pleasant... Mostly rock where there is beach. We got caught up in one of those storms one night a few years ago and they sank somewhere in the neighborhood of 20 boats... That lake turns very big in a hurry. Best bet is to point back into the storm and ride it out as they typically don't last very long. Pleasant Harbor Marina is an excellent place to wait out the storm as it's protected by land as well as a breakwater. As was pointed out, you have one shot at the trailer and there isn't much control when the wind and waves are throwing you around.been better off beaching it on sand/ dirt than serrated cement.
Exactly what I was thinking.I have absolutely no idea why those guys didnt drop someone to get there trucks and drive around to the marina. The south ramp at the marina is inside the breakwall and shielded by rows and rows of slips and houseboats. Makes no sense trying to load or unload at the 10 lane.
There outboard boats. Outboards can handle it :|errA buddy sent these from Pleasant a few days ago. For a little lake it can dish out some chit