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Old 07-19-2007, 11:02 PM
whartonjelly whartonjelly is offline
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I really want to know about keeping a boat and where to live in the villages inorder to keep me and my husband happy. I want to socialize some and he wants to fish. Lots!
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Old 07-20-2007, 05:31 AM
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My husbands Deep "V" is on TV's lot by Rolling Acres. They make spending money so easy here......$20.00/under 20 feet and it is added to your water, sewer, maintenance etc etc bill so you don't even feel it LOL. I hope he likes catch and release fishing. According to Florida's Wildlife the lakes around here are pretty polluted still (they are working on it and one lake is now O.K.) so there are limitations on how much fish you WANT to eat (and prevent glowing in the dark) per month. I deep "V" is perfect for the "flats" and the fishing is great there.
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Old 07-20-2007, 09:28 AM
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How deep is your V ??

I've got an 18 foot bowrider Starcraft deep v boat on an ez loader trailor and it lives in my screened in car port ...we bought a house with a doulble car port specifically for that reason ...you are not supposed to have things like boats on show ..but screening in a car port is not a big job. I use mine for fishing, wild life watching and just cruzin.
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Old 07-20-2007, 10:13 AM
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Forgot to mention - but if you don't want to keep it on land ..about the handiest place I know for a water berth is Blue Heron Cove up on 42 the other side of Weirsdale ...my neighbour keeps his pontoon boat there is is very happy with them ...water is deep enough for a V I've been in there with mine !!
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