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NYS Boat Launch at Pt. Breeze 6/06/017 update:

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NYS Boat Launch at Pt. Breeze 6/06/017 update: Ramp still closed but now there is only about 6 inches of water covering the concrete bulk-heads. Ramp docks are nearly 100% dry. Temporary docks on the north side are all dry. 

 

 

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you know the worst part of this is take one look at Olcott. just do what they did and put pallets/boards up to get to the floating dock section, and then problem solved as far as launching goes. 

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I agree Olcott's done a great job. The state has twice the workforce and got the job done ( And Im sure has rescued some sure to be lost revenue) the state can't do anything! 

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Olcott did do a goo job, We used it this past week end & all was fine.  Is the gate locked at pt. breeze?  I guess boots would work to launch & get on dock to get in boat.  Also a medium size bolt cutter fits about any size lock!

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The concrete ramps have been under water. We were backing straight down with a guy in the boat. Fired her up & idled while I parked the rig. Walked to floating docks just to north of ramp & hopped in!. Debris was the only issue! We moved a few logs that had floated up to launch!

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That would certainly circumvent the 'slippery foot' issue for guys that do not fish alone. As others have suggested, I'm sure that they could devise a temporary solution if they had any interest in helping us out. If it would only stop raining, another week might solve everything.

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10 hours ago, dmd113 said:

The concrete ramps have been under water. We were backing straight down with a guy in the boat. Fired her up & idled while I parked the rig. Walked to floating docks just to north of ramp & hopped in!. Debris was the only issue! We moved a few logs that had floated up to launch!

 

Were you at the Black North on the East side or the state ramp on the West side?  My wife and I took a ride Sunday afternoon and the state ramp was locked with a gate going across the driveway so no one could drive down there.

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I actually visited both sides. Pics are of the state operated launch on the west side.

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