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    Re: Riding in NH

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    I know for a fact that pwc's are allowed on great pond. I am not sure about 2 seaters. There are a few homeowners on the lake with pwc's.
    Just verify these ponds and lakes before you ride them. The two things to check, first 75-acre minimum for riding 'skicraft'. in New Hampshire ski craft defines any two seater sit down or stand up craft. Secondly, just Google the New Hampshire restricted water bodies site. It list all lakes and ponds with restrictions. If the lake isn't listed, then you're good to go. Unless of course it's less than 75 Acres. And I'm speaking about general rules not one specific Lake.
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    Re: Riding in NH

    Great Pond does allow stand-ups from what I can tell. I've never ridden there, but it's on my list to check out. I agree, let's be respectful of the rules and homeowners. Once skicraft is banned, that's it. All it takes is a couple of frustrated and vocal homeowners to propose a change and it will likely get approved. Here's the list:

    https://www.nh.gov/safety/divisions/...tricted.html#G

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    Thanks for that list.
    I had checked last year and that was how I found the lake I rode last year.
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    Hi Everyone,

    Just wanted to post here too since this is my location. I posted my 2006 Superjet with trailer and cover in the "for sale" section if anyone in this area is looking for one. Very clean machine. Take a look
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    Re: Riding in NH

    I took my kayak to a small lake that is about 15 minutes from my new house to go fishing and while I was there a couple showed up with those seadoo sparks trix things or whatever, are those considered ski craft since they are 2 seaters? I got excited that I could possibly bring my skis there, then I looked up the lake on the restricted bodies of water page and ski craft are banned there. they were out in the middle trimmed up jumping wakes of the boats that were cruising around and such. nobody seemed to care that they were ripping it up, although they are considerably quieter than my 550 or x2 are so I guess that helps.
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    Re: Riding in NH

    Quote Originally Posted by 82js550 View Post
    I took my kayak to a small lake that is about 15 minutes from my new house to go fishing and while I was there a couple showed up with those seadoo sparks trix things or whatever, are those considered ski craft since they are 2 seaters? I got excited that I could possibly bring my skis there, then I looked up the lake on the restricted bodies of water page and ski craft are banned there. they were out in the middle trimmed up jumping wakes of the boats that were cruising around and such. nobody seemed to care that they were ripping it up, although they are considerably quieter than my 550 or x2 are so I guess that helps.

    Yup. Any 2 seater is a ski craft in NH. If you looked it up and it's restricted, they were not knowledgeable riders and were illegal

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