Interesting perspective to consider…seaplanes and amphibians…
There were three small seaplanes flying around Padre Bay yesterday that eventually set down in the water outside Face Canyon. I hope to heck they paid their UT AIS fees. Maybe that's why they kept circling, while they were trying to figure out the web site information.Interesting perspective to consider…seaplanes and amphibians…
You have to register all three separately in your state?Agree with most, if not all, concerns about this regulation. It did start years ago.
My soapbox input for what it's worth.
If you own (3) boats that are at LP during different seasons of the year, WHY must all be certified separately? One owner!
Money grab from the park service as they are trying to buy(run) Aramark out of the park entirely
Sorry! I should have replied to this thread...Let's keep this thread on topic. Thanks!
Sorry! I should have replied to this thread...
"We will muddle through it in time I guess? It makes boating just a little harder and a lot easier to be a law breaker now and especially for you out of state people."
Would you like me to delete it?
If your pulling the boat out every day, pull all your drain plugs. When you come up the ramp for inspection they usually ask if this your last day fishing. Just tell them you have x amount more days fishing and they will just take your bow number and look to see if the drain plugs are pulled. Your last day is when you have to clean and dry to get your inspection of the boat and all compartments before they tag and seal your boat and give you your inspection paper so your good to leave. It really helps to wipe down your boat after you come out of the water every day, so it's not a big task at the end of your trip.1st post, been lurking for a while, Awesome site, thank you.
I did a search for inspection questions and landed here.
Our last Powell trip was 1995.
We are staying in Page 3rd week in August and will launch our 19' cc from either Wahweap or Stateline.
4 days on the water weather permitting.
I have completed the Utah mussel course and have the registration printed for the truck window.
Do I have to empty my insulated fish box with ice in it? it has a drain.
Should I clean my fish before pulling out?
Any help with inspection questions I may encounter would be greatly appreciated.