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    PWCToday.com Is My Home Away From Home ZMANN's Avatar
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    Canyon lake launching

    Is there anywhere to back the trailer in and leave it while you ski? I've never been but with Bartlett low and Saguaro fubared I was going to give it a shot! Thanks Z
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    Re: Canyon lake launching

    Nope, have to launch and park.
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    Re: Canyon lake launching

    yeah just searched through the threads here is a link, page 7.

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    Re: Canyon lake launching

    Thanks!
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    Re: Canyon lake launching

    I have never left my ski unattended at Canyon like i would, say, the Avi in Laughlin. I don't know how much you can trust all the swimmers there on the beach which is right near the parking lot. The other parking lot is up the hill(the way you come in) and it pretty much has some time when no one is near. Nor would i leave it at Saguaro! Maybe Apache but not these.

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    Re: Canyon lake launching

    I hear ya! I think a few weeks ago the guy's had all their anchors stolen at Canyon I get nervous leaving my ski while I get the tow vehicle
    as a matter of fact I installed an ignition switch to keeps some bozo or kid from starting it while beached Z
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    Re: Canyon lake launching

    Just watch out for M%$*!^F*$#^(! B#@$^&* throwing rocks.

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    WERE YOU THERE SUB WHEN THEY DID THAT TO US AT BARTLETT THREE FOURS AGO ON OUR WAY BACK FROM RIDING THE RAPIDS. THATS WHEN I WISH I HAD A MACHINE GUN ON THE FRONT OF MY SKI .

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    Re: Canyon lake launching

    Rapids???????
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    Re: Canyon lake launching

    They are going to be draining a lot of the water out of Canyon this August to do work on the damm. It's suppose to last till the end of the year

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