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pascooter94

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Is there any public ramps on lake darling, or is there a ramp at the arrowwood that you could use for a fee?

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Darling doesn't have a public access. you need to go in through carlos, I think.

I don't know if Arrowwood allows access to anyone, other than a guest.

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thanks for the help.

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You can also put in on the west end of LeHomme Deu (probably butchered that spelling)

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Arrowwood is a pay ramp. Le Homme Dieu is the closest public ramp. Actually it's not a long way, but that ramp gets pretty busy. Otherwise there's the ramp on the west side of Carlos.

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thanks i will call arrowwood and find out how much,we have a cast tournament there on sat with the blast offout of there.

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