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Old 07-06-2017, 03:50 PM   #14
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Originally Posted by PeterG View Post
Thanks for bringing up this important issue, Dante. It's a problem even in larger bays. The erosion issue is a serious risk--more erosion means more phosphorous in the water, which leads to more plant growth, which leads to less lake for all.

Wake-setters, like extra load and extra fast boats, should be regulated. Though none of us enjoy being regulated, it's not right to let a small number of extreme boats cause disproportionate disruption.
I say regulate the kayaks and stand-up-paddleboards. (just my opinion, though)
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