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    Ok, I have been all over the muni and state web sites. They just keep referring me back to each other. I have my drift boat with my 9.8 4 stroke. I just want to put it in the water and fine tune the trim and balance on the boat. I dont want to be messing with that crap while barging accross skilak. I know fire lake in Eagle river allows motors. Is there one in anchorage. Jewel lake maybe. Thanks guys
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    Just doing a search for "Anchorage lake motor" found this thread with a good link. http://forums.outdoorsdirectory.com/...age+motor+lake

    Hope that helps.

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    Sand Lake and Cambell Lake are the only 2 legal ones I`m aware of. That said, ingress to either will be a chore...Sand Lake being the easier of the two.


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    Thanks guys. Not to worried about the ramp as it is just my fiberglass drifter and loads and unloads easy. I did a search here too and came up nada. Then again Im not the brightest bulb in the eazy bake oven when it comes to this stuff. I think Ill take her out to fire lake.


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    So are those the hours I can or cannot use my motor. Thanks again all
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    sand Lake Ramp LOL, funny one! Does Fire have one?

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    Not really it is just the dirt hill leading to the lake just past the culvert. used to launch my canoe off there back in the 80's. I can back down and launch the drifter there though
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