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Old 07-05-2017, 01:10 PM   #1
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Default Wake-setter boats

The past few years in Blackie Cove I've seen an uproar in wake-setter boats. These types of boats are a little more expensive for their size. They are made to make high waves for the Skiers, and Wake boarders.

These boats are causing erosion to our shores, and over the past 4th or July week, we needed to fix our dock several times. These boats shouldn't be used for leisure in this Cove.

The Cove is good for skiing, but it is causing erosion and fraying the ropes that connect the boats to the dock.

Having other boats like Four Winds, Glastrons, Crownlines, and Pontoons are good for the use of Skiing, and tubing, etc, would be better for this Cove.

Blackie Cove is very thin and the Wakesetter waves have no time to settle down before hitting the shores. Coves that are probably having the same problem are Salmon Meadow, and Center Harbor. Other places include thin Channels.

If you didn't know what a wake-setter is, here is a picture

If anyone else is having the same issue as me, post your issue.
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