The term "watercraft" is used, yet if a highway was closed nobody would report that "all landcraft are prohibited".
why is it they ban all water craft and not just say that the lake is closed the way it sounds now is that i could drive my ar into the lake and ot get into trouble
that is stupid!!!! . tarrant county water board=nazi
One possible explanation - if someone gets in trouble on the lake, the rescue people can't even get to or launch their boats.
One thing is CERTAIN, the debris and huge dead trees coming into the lake are deadly menaces should a jet ski happen to hit one which is partially submerged. Also, many folks like to drink and "drive" so their vigilance may be impaired and cause a mishap with some of these huge logs.
How's the fishing?
Well Hell far,just empty the sombitch and let's move to some lake where we can drink and operate watercraft like we did when it was 18ft low.
I was on the lake Sunday and I was shocked by the number of trees...that's right full grown dead trees...floating in the water. Even more shocking were all the dumbunnies that were pulling thier loved ones or friends behind the boat on skis and/or tubes. Darwin at its finest!!
9:05, God's way of thinning out the shallow gene pool.
to 3;49/4:10 pm IT IS COMMON SENSE THAT ONLY VEHICLES LEGAL TO BE ON THE ROADS, AND IF YOU DRIVE YOUR CAR INTO THE LAKE YOUR JUST PLAIN STUPID THE TERM "WATERCRAFT" IS USED AS A BROAD DESCRIPTION FOR JET SKIES, BOATS AND ANY THING THAT FLOATS TO PREVENT PEOPLE FROM USEING SMALL JON BOATS OR OR INFLATABLE BOATS TO GET ON THE WATER I HAVE SEEN THE TREES IN THE WATER ITS NOT EVEN SAFE FOR THE GAME WARDENS OR VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT. TO BE ON THE WATER TO RESCUE THE PEOPLE WHO WOULD OTHER WISE BE IN THERE BOATS AT FULL THROTTLE.AND ON A DAY THAT MANY GO TO THE LAKE IT WOULD BE A BAD DECSION TO LET " WATERCRAFT " ON THE LAKE.
My dock walkway is under water, there are turtles sunning on it. We have one rule that we continually have to explain to newcomers (thank god I actually heard my 17 year old share this rule in a way that made sense to her friends). "You always HAVE to check under the dock very carefully before you jump off, especially in flood conditions." WHYdoyahaveto dothatwhinewhinethewatersfine&deeperthanever? "Because," she replies, "a mobile home might have washed in over night and lodged itself underneath our dock and the lochness monster might decide to rip off your leg for no reason at all." (And I thought she hadn't been listening all these years - turns out I've raised a proper lake rat after all)! YEA, no water craft or floating mobile homes allowed by order of Tarrant County. And I thought THEY hadn't been listening either!
To 7:24...ahhh...uhhhh...You left on your "caps lock" option and left out your sense of humour.*;)
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