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Does anyone out there know of any CHEAP storage lots out there for me to store my 14 ft boat. Outdoor is all i need. I am in the plymouth area and around here they want up and around 100 bucks a month. Cripes, i paid 400 bucks boat, motor and trailer, and now the apt office won't allow trailer parking in the parking lot. So i had to haul it up north for the time being. All i need really is storage space april through october as i can keep it at my folks in the winter. Maybe someone would have some space of their own confused.gif that they would be willing to negotiate on?! Thankx, one depressed fisherman

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There's a place off Bass Lake Rd and 101 that may work for you. I'm not sure of the name of it though.

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Go to the State Fair website. They store boats indoors over the winter for a reasonable fee. You have to apply early though.

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