Lake Casistas closes to "outside" boats due to the Quagga

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  1. shadowdog3

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    This thread discusses the Content article: Lake Casistas closes to "outside" boats due to the Quagga

    I think it's a Crock! Quagga, Schmagga. WON has a good article on their feelings and suggestions for this problem. Sportsmen need involvment, not only bureaucrats from the water board. You know they are just choosing the most expedient way. No thought. Just their own brand of correctness. HogWash. Well those are my feelings on the subject for now.

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    Re:Lake Casistas closes to "outside" boats due to

    I think many agree with you Shadow. Stopping the launch of outside boats, hopefully untill they think of something better, is a short term deal.

    I'm sure that we are not the only city in the nation that is having to deal with these things. How are other cities dealing with them. It's almost like global warming, heck it feels cooler to me than warmer.

    I think it's all a way to make us worry.
     
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    Re:Lake Casistas closes to "outside" boats due to

    I wonder if that includes Float tubes as well? I went to the website and it did not say specifically one way or the other.
     
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