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Old 06-24-2014, 07:57 PM   #1
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Is it still there?

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I saw the spot where it was last week, it looked like the ramp was still there....not sure ifin the concrete in the water is though???
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Goggle earth looked not to purdy good! Looked as though no ramp at all. Any more ramps on the island (public)

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Have not seen it in years. But often wondered my self?? And if it is there and you are able to launch, how much is it?
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Free, or it was.

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Even if it was still there it would be absolutely useless for anything but a Kayak. The last time I used it, was to pull out my BIL's 19' Proline after he broke down on the water near the pass. I took his Suburban over there to get him and we had to back in until the rear doors were going underwater to get his boat on the trailer. There are some other ramps near the toll booth but they're also pretty useless for anything other than jet skis. Essentially there are no boat ramps on the beach. Best bet is Shoreline Park in GB.
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Even if it was still there it would be absolutely useless for anything but a Kayak. The last time I used it, was to pull out my BIL's 19' Proline after he broke down on the water near the pass. I took his Suburban over there to get him and we had to back in until the rear doors were going underwater to get his boat on the trailer. There are some other ramps near the toll booth but they're also pretty useless for anything other than jet skis. Essentially there are no boat ramps on the beach. Best bet is Shoreline Park in GB.
thanks' that's what I was afraid of.

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For some reason there are 3 less boat ramps on the island than 30 years ago. Thank you progress!
Let's see less boat ramps more population.
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Essentially there are no boat ramps on the beach. Best bet is Shoreline Park in GB.
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Even if it was still there it would be absolutely useless for anything but a Kayak. The last time I used it, was to pull out my BIL's 19' Proline after he broke down on the water near the pass. I took his Suburban over there to get him and we had to back in until the rear doors were going underwater to get his boat on the trailer. There are some other ramps near the toll booth but they're also pretty useless for anything other than jet skis. Essentially there are no boat ramps on the beach. Best bet is Shoreline Park in GB.
We used the ramp just past the toll booth on Tourist or quiet water beach last weekend. Fricken 4wd trucks parked in the ramp. Its not deep at all. Its a jet ski , kayak ramp at best. Kids were in the way playing in the water while we're backing in . We had to yell at their parents to make them move. Idiots abound. What better place to park your truck, in a boat ramp. Note: If u have a 4wd, U can park anywhere u want on the sand. They, (most) did not have trailers behind them
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