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Pontoon boat

Discussion in 'Indiana Glockers' started by rides a horse, May 12, 2007.

  1. rides a horse

    rides a horse

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    I've got a chance to get a small pontoon boat but I don't know where I can dock it. Is there any place in the north east part of Indiana to rent a dock space? I've looked at Loon Lake and Crooked Lake with no luck. I'm total lost when it comes to Indiana boating laws. I did pick up a copy of "The Handbook of Indiana Boating Laws and Responsibilities"

    I know a place in Ohio, St Mary's lake, to rent a dock space but I don't want to drive that far and I sure don't want to have to pay out-of-state license fees to fish.
     
  2. rides a horse

    rides a horse

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    I found a place up on Lake Wawasee, for $895.00 :shocked: for the 2007 season.
    Thanks for looking everybody.
     


  3. rides a horse

    rides a horse

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    update on the pontoon. I didn't buy it, I didn't think it was worthwhile to spend more money to dock the darn thing then it cost.
    She sold it to a guy that is going to put it on his farm pond for his grandkids to use as a floating raft. Good for the kids.
     
  4. FThorn

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    You just jumped life's lesson valley by about 7 years.
     
  5. rides a horse

    rides a horse

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    You're right on that.