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tigeal 02-02-2004 3:27 PM

Drove by Pyramid sunday and saw zero boats out, sunny warmish day and the lake flat and deserted. <BR>Whats up? That certainly won't help the overcrowding issues on our lakes, Well I guess I did the right thing buying into Ski West lakes in Arvin this weekend.

deepstructure 02-02-2004 3:36 PM

pyramid is closed. see this thread: <BR> <BR><a href="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/messages/1/96361.html?1075355588" target="_blank">http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/messages/1/96361.html?1075355588</a>

hatepwcs 02-02-2004 4:12 PM

How deep are those Ski West lakes Alan?

wakestar8878 02-02-2004 5:08 PM

they are about 5 to 6 feet deep

tigeal 02-02-2004 5:34 PM

Shawn is correct although they will dredging and or raising the lake levels next year.

hatepwcs 02-02-2004 5:49 PM

You need about 9 feet to get a really nice wake. Are they going to be that deep after the dredging?

westsidarider 02-02-2004 6:34 PM

they must have dredged the lakes since ive been there then. i used to spend every weekend out there about 3 years ago and then they were only 3-5 feet deep.

tigeal 02-02-2004 7:06 PM

I have not been on any of the 3 lakes yet but 1 is very shalow prob. under 5' and 2 is about the same but 3 is the deeper one and it is 6'+. they will only be made another 2 feet or so deeper I am told. They do own land for a future lake 4 that would be the deepest, problem is there are skiers on these lakes and they actually want shalow water so there wake is smaller. <BR>If any you want 12-14' water you can buy in at Paradise lakes next door but it is big $, $500K plus for the lot and house then $500 per mo. maintanance dues.

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