Ramp Etiquette

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Ramp Etiquette

Postby SaucinJD » Tue Dec 24, 2013 3:48 pm

Hey Gang,
Just a reminder that this time of year, space and time at the ramp is limited. Please make your best efforts to arrive at boat launches with you gear (and yourselves) ready to go. If you are not ready, please park out of the way (not in the middle of the actual boat launch) and get yourselves ready in a manner that won't hinder other folks looking to put their boats in the water.

Also, because of the snow, parking space seems limited but be mindful to leave room for other boats and trailers. Any coastal boat launch should be able to hold at least seven vehicles with trailers even though there is some snow. Additionally, most launches have an overflow parking section.

Thanks and have a great holiday.
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Re: Ramp Etiquette

Postby capt1972 » Fri Dec 27, 2013 4:08 pm

This will never happen. It would mean someone having consideration for someone else.
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