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wakeboardertj 06-25-2013 5:13 PM

Moving to Jackson, CA . Anyone ride nearby?
 
I just took a job at the hospital in Jackson and I am moving in mid July. I'm planning on bringing my '05 Malibu Vride down there with me if I can find a rental that has storage. I don't know anybody in Jackson and will be looking for some people to ride with, my boat or yours.

I looked on maps and see that Comanche and New Hogan are the big lakes nearby, are there any others nearby I should know about?

getssum 06-25-2013 5:18 PM

Forget Camanche, Hogan is way better and WAY cheaper (either 30$ or 40$ for an annual pass!)

You'll be close to most of all the central valley lakes, Don Pedro, New Melones, McClure, etc., and you'll have fun figuring out which you like the best!

Camsquared211 06-25-2013 7:00 PM

Hogan is awesome! We are planning a trip to be there on July 11 - July 14 and we will be staying at the big campground there. You're welcome to stop by if you need a third on your boat! I may also have my boat there.

blastmaster 06-27-2013 10:43 AM

Eric is right about Comanche, it is a mud hole with counter clockwise direction, tubers and fishermen everywhere. Drive an extra 20-60 minutes and go to New Malone's, Hogan, Tulloch or McClure. Don Pedro and New Malone's are probably the best choice for clear warm water and not too much havoc.
Congrats on the job.

migs 06-27-2013 11:49 AM

forget tulloch or camanche if you want to actually ride. Pedro, Malones, Hogan are all great lakes to ride in.

wakeboardertj 06-27-2013 7:35 PM

Cameron, thanks for the offer but I'll be busy moving that week.

Thanks for the recommendations ill definitely check out Hogan.

Now I just need someone to ride with lol

pomp530 07-02-2013 3:44 PM

I'm down to ride with u. Just sold my boat this summer and used to hit hogan all the time.

199q 07-05-2013 11:08 AM

Agree with others... Hogan is actually a pretty good lake. It is low this year though. We have a few families that get together there a few times each summer. As long as the wind doesn't whip up it stays pretty nice.

We usually do a ton of boarding there early/late season with wetsuits. It's really calm and not a ton of people out there either. When the water level is high the boat in sites across the lake from the main ramp are great to camp at.

I'll PM you. I also just moved to amador county. (up near pine grove)


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