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    Default Information About Lakes in your area!

    OK, here is what I need.

    1. Any general info about the lake. A couple paragraphs would be nice.
    2. Names of the launch ramps. Actually LAT LONG in decimal form or a Google Earth overlay would be nice, but I am willing to do some of the research on my own here for the greater good.
    3. Same as above, but surrounding recommended lodging, gas, food.

    Imagine that I am trying to collect information for a travel guide to the area. In reality this is all going in the Performance Boats Wiki.

    Here is the example for Lake Powell

    http://www.performanceboats.com/html...le=Lake_Powell

    Not filled in yet, but I think you will get the idea. Also I will reiterate. The Wiki is not a good place to play around unless you hate your user name here and you wanted to be banned for life. Keep it serious over there.

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    NO!!!!!!....we have enough people on our lakes as it is

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    Here's the secret list of lakes in the Phoenix area

    Lake Plesant: (Big Big Big - is filled by the colorado river water)
    Lake Roosevelt (Big Big Big, Supplies water to Apache, Canyon, Saguaro)
    Apache Lake (the hidden jewel that will kill you and your family getting there)
    Canyon Lake (same as above, Just this portion of the road is paved)
    Saguaro Lake (3-6 hour wait on busy summer weekends)
    Bartlett Lake (Photo Radar, speeding tickets, 45mph for 60 miles) But worth it.



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    Last edited by Classic Daycruiser; 02-06-2008 at 12:15 PM.
    Lake Pleasant upper arm is open for 2011 season: http://www.theoutdoorwire.com/story/...512fhbhx78a4gc

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    Lake levels and ramp conditions: http://www.srpwater.com/dwr/
    Buy your Lake passes here http://www.fs.fed.us/r3/tonto/tp/vendors.php
    Colorado river conditions: http://www.coloradoriverinfo.com/waterflowreports/

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    Apache and Canyon have the best scenery of all the above...by far

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    Quote Originally Posted by kurtis500 View Post
    Apache and Canyon have the best scenery of all the above...by far

    Apparently you havn't seen Lake Powell.
    http://i105.photobucket.com/albums/m240/cmacci/Signature-Avatar.jpg

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    Bartlett has a speed limit?? Were is that posted.

    And yea we have enought stupid people in Ski boats, they need to stay on the trailer. A speed limit yous say, what about them 70 mile per hour bassers???

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    Hey classic, don't be postin no dam maps or nuthin about Bartlett.

    O/B's rule.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cobra1 View Post
    Hey classic, don't be postin no dam maps or nuthin about Bartlett.

    O/B's rule.
    The speed limit is the road getting there. No limit on the lake that I know of
    Lake Pleasant upper arm is open for 2011 season: http://www.theoutdoorwire.com/story/...512fhbhx78a4gc

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    Lake levels and ramp conditions: http://www.srpwater.com/dwr/
    Buy your Lake passes here http://www.fs.fed.us/r3/tonto/tp/vendors.php
    Colorado river conditions: http://www.coloradoriverinfo.com/waterflowreports/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cobra1 View Post
    Hey classic, don't be postin no dam maps or nuthin about Bartlett.

    O/B's rule.

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