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dvigzz 09-20-2009 1:21 PM

Always down to ride! My friend and i go out almost every day in Sherman/ New Fairfield. Usually a problem trying to find a thrid. Let me know if anyone is interested in riding/spoting. Also if you can dive as well thats a plus! You can reach me at <a href="mailto:Dvigzz@gmail.com">Dvigzz@gmail.com</a>

shankthat1 09-23-2009 10:32 AM

Dave, <BR>I usually ride out of NH but now that summer is over I'm back home in Stamford. If you're still going out and have a few weekends left let me know, definitely would be interested in checking out Candlewood. <BR> <BR>I'm a very competent driver, been driving both I/Os and inboards for almost 10 years now. <BR> <BR>Unfortunately my gear was left up in NH, but I may be back up soon and hopefully grab them. <BR> <BR>Can shoot you an e-mail with more details.

undercover_poe 09-23-2009 1:21 PM

Nice to see antother CT post! But you guys can't give me Candlewood. If you guys come to the smooth waters of Zoar - drop me a line, always looking for drivers/spotters on the weekends.

dvigzz 09-23-2009 11:03 PM

Awesome water on Zoar!!! <BR> <BR>I would love to take a trip there. Any sliders or kickers over there? <BR>____________________________________________ <BR> <BR>Adam i probably have gear you can fit into. <BR> <BR>I live in White Plains so im a hop away from stamford. <BR> <BR>Def shoot me an email with more details!!!

shankthat1 09-25-2009 2:02 PM

Dave, <BR>I'll shoot you an e-mail tonight, I'm around all day Sunday if you're looking to get out on the water. <BR> <BR>If not we could definitely look into next weekend. How's the water up there these days anyway?

hco 09-28-2009 4:20 PM

Or lake lillinonah, longer lines than zoar, and as long as its not the weekend no debris.

witness140 09-29-2009 8:32 PM

Poe you crack me up. Smooth waters of Zoar on a weekend? Maybe this time of year when it's cold and everyone has gone home - but when it's prime season? LMAO. I'll take any water I can get. See you guys out there.

undercover_poe 10-03-2009 6:12 AM

C'wood is unride-able compared to Zoar. Never road Lilly but would love to. Still 2 more weeks of bathing suit riding so don't winterize just yet! See you out there!

hco 10-04-2009 8:59 PM

Lilly when there is no debris is so much better than zoar because it isnt quite as windy. not nearly as many hazards either (not that zoar is terrible, but if smeone launched their boat they might wham the sandbar or something).

witness140 10-04-2009 9:12 PM

"when there is no debris" <IMG SRC="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/clipart/happy.gif" ALT=":-)" BORDER=0> <BR> <BR> <BR> <BR>j/k. I love all the local lakes. Never really boated on Lily, just flew the floatplanes there occasionally - and debris was a big problem. And we aren't talking about your garden variety rogue 2x4 either there - we are talking about some big stuff that floats through there compared to the lower 2 lakes. <BR> <BR>(Message edited by witness140 on October 04, 2009)

hco 10-04-2009 10:51 PM

Yeah, it's actually a blessing that lilly has that stereotype though. The weekends is when debris tends to be worse, but you get the occasional weekday when the water is not too great for watersports. It has gotten alot better recently. Thanks to a few groups like Friends of the Lake (FOTL) who have pushed for better conditions for the lake.

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