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Fort Niagara Launch

     Wondering what the trick is to launching at the Fort Niagara launches?    I heard it can be pretty tricky with the river current possibly pushing the boat into the concrete walls at the dock/launch area.   Which would be better the north or south launch?  Might be launching a 22 footer.    Any advise would be helpful,  Thanks!

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Becareful. Take you time. When landing come up the current into the dock. When launching pull the boat down current. North ramp isnt as steep as south 

 

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Up top.  Turn left out of exit then next right in town parking area.  Bring a flat shovel to clear crap from launch.  Nice new launch but nobody cleans it of debris each morning.

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Whichever one you use, when you launch or recover, pull up to the downriver dock. Otherwise the current pushes your boat out away from the dock.

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We launched at Ft.Niagara on Monday. Fioating docks are in on the left side of the south launch. Floating docks in on right side of north launch. They got alot of floating dock to still install. Eventually floating dock  will connect south and north ramps. Its functional now, will be real nice when 100% done .

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All the floating docks are in . What beautiful setup ! There working on the landscaping now. Finally NYS does something really good for us Fisherman!! 

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