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    Default Where can you run your boat in Anchorage

    Where is the closest place to start and run your jet boat in Anchorage? It makes it tough to work on, tune, ect. if you can't run it.
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    but not until may 15 i believe. whittier, wasilla lake, fire lake if you have a small boat. might have to bust some ice out of fire i havent been down there in a while.

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    So many people forget about the boat launch at Ship Creek. Just launch it there at high tide and play around at the mouth of the creek.
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    You could probably dip her in the Knik river as well but it is brackish water at the glen bridge I believe. I ran mine at Finger Lake Friday.

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    i dropped in at the knik new glenn and the water is low. there was an airboat there but i know from experieance a 21 foot inboard jet is hard to retreive from the knik even when the water is up. the water level is real close to the drop off ledge, i wouldnt do it if you have a bigger boat.

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