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Kayaks are no longer allowed at Blydenburgh Lake

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#121 Gaijin

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Posted October 06 2020 - 07:02 PM

Not for nothing there are nicer lakes to Kayak....  but on the other hand there's  good Bass  there!



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#122 NRATC53

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Posted October 08 2020 - 05:01 PM

I went walking the trails there last year.
When we went to the main gate there is a sign with so many restrictions I started laughing.
When i paid my fee, (Got to have a fee in New York, it's not like I pay a boatload or a kayak load of taxes already now is it)
I asked the lady if it was okay if we were allowed to wear sunglasses.
I didn't see that as one of the rules and i didn't want to break any of them.
I also suggested they were going to need a new sign to put all the Land of No, restrictions on .

She was a good sport and laughed and actually said something like, " I know! It's ridiculous isn't it?"
Yes. Yes it is.

On many of those trails you cross bridges built by Life Scouts as their Eagle Scout Service Project


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