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vikesrock57

pontoon rentals

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HEADING UP TO BOTL THIS SATURDAY FOR A WEEK. LOOKING FOR A PONTOON FOR A DAY, BOTLS' ARE ALL BOOKED AS WELL AS SUNSET COVE. ANYONE KNOW A PLACE AND POSSIBLY A PRICE? THANKS

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Try SailStar Marina and sah-kay-tay resort... I saw they had a sign out front that said pontoon for rent.

Good Luck!

Ken

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Also BOTL has 2 houseboats that they are renting... they aren't much more than a pontoon and they are air conditioned and have a water slide on them... the kids love them!

might be a good way to spend the night fishing... on the lake in A/C with the TV or stereo on... cooking a little dinner, playing some cards... anchored over some structure with lighted bobbers...

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sah-kay-tay resort has 4 pontoons

Clark

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Stony Point has em also.........That's where I'm renting mine!!

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