Will CA do things like this?

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  1. Tony Vegas

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    New way of cleaning your boat after a day on a body of water that is Quagga/Zebra infested. Takes 10 mins in a ramp style tub with 110 degree water. Like a boat wash. Back it in and then drive it out when done. Will this ever be coming to a lake nearby soon?
     
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    Probably not
    We can barley afford to keep our lakes open
     
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    Revenue stream if they make it mandatory before entry...
     
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    Very true.
     
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    There is annual competitive grant money available funded by the CA boat registration fee that could be used to purchase decontamination equipment. Operators of reservoirs just need to put a solid proposal together.
     
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    I can see a dozen floatubers with margaritas having a blast in that thing.
     
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    Vinny already talks alot, afraid to see what happens after a few drinks in the jacuzzi....
     
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    All of our lakes are contaminated with the Quaga all ready how’s is this going to help get rid of them
     
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    Install this at lakes that don't have them to prevent the spread and require before you enter, there is a few lakes down here that dont have them already
     
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    Besides Morena, Henshaw and Southerland
     
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    Yeah but for lakes not fed by the Colorado River system it could help I was thinking about the pumping of water between lakes such as El Cap and San V and others but for lakes that dont have them I would think things like this are needed
     
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    The quaggas are obvious at San V and El Cap, it's only time before all the lakes have the critters! I haven't seen any one washing the ducks, gulls, egrets, and eagles that fly between the lakes! Finally..a job for Mr. Vinnybass!
     
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    It seems to me the quagga in el cap have all but disappeared, have not seem any in Hodges or Otay yet, from what I heard is they cant handle Hodges water. lol. Just curious.
     
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