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Old 04-01-2012, 12:33 PM
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Where Are You Boating In BC?

Pitt Lake with my 19" glastron and wake board

Typically we launch anywhere along the pitt/fraser river and head off to my buds cabin for the weekend. The cabin is on the North Side of Pitt Lake just past the big island to the right or we are on the south beach. Good times... wake boarding, sun, beer, beautiful scenery, music, deck parties with live bands, no traffic, cell phones, air guns etc.... lol

Tell us where you go and why?

If you do not go anywhere then go buy a boat to stick on the back of your Cummins and discover BC!

Boats now are half the price they used to be and British Columbia is FREE!!!

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Hi .. cleaning up my boat ..VW powered tug ..30 foot steel ..gonna find out if it can cross the straights and get to the mainland ..it will be an adventure !!so tell me .. can you get to the lake with out going overland ??
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Old 05-30-2012, 10:36 AM
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Absolutely... follow the fraser river and hang a left a Pitt River head under the train bridge, couple minor sand bars, stop and pick up some bevys and lunch at the river pub and continue on to Pitt Lake!

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Old 05-30-2012, 08:06 PM
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good to know ..now .. the frazer then left at the pitt ..I think a chart may be in order ..Oh yah .I have a chart plotter ..and GPS ..this could be fun !!
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where ever i can

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Old 07-09-2012, 09:50 PM
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that's gotta be a rental boat !! your outta your mind ...can I come play ??
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Old 07-09-2012, 11:12 PM
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Very cool, we were up at Pitt on the weekend but the water was a lot higher than that!
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Rental boat thats funny, no its mine,

got to run the pitt someday,finally got off this rig and heading to kitimat to do some salmom fishing for the next 3 weeks. woo hooo.chinook salmon fishing 2011 - YouTube
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... heading to kitimat to do some salmom fishing for the next 3 weeks. woo hooo.
Leave some for us locals ok.
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