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Thread Subject: unlimited HP lakes? started on 25-Jun-2005 3:49:44 PM by rjb2112  
rjb2112
Registered: 4-Jan-2005
Total Posts: 13

posted on 25-Jun-2005 3:49:44 PM
Does anyone know where I can find a list of lakes in Western PA that would permit a boat with 40 HP outboard?

I know of:
Erie
Conneaut
Shenango
Yough Dam

Any others? I've heard that Crooked Creek and/or Loyalhanna Dam might allow unlimited, can anyone confirm?

Thanks!

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trouthater


Registered: 15-Aug-2004
Total Posts: 190

posted on 25-Jun-2005 3:59:11 PM
you are correct, crooked creek & loyalhanna are both unlimited.
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Invicta


Registered: 8-Feb-2004
Total Posts: 187

posted on 25-Jun-2005 4:02:16 PM
Check the PA fish and boat comm. web site.

Click the boating link on side of page, click maps under the where to boat list, then click on the boat access link near top of the page. This will bring up a list of all PA counties, click a county and it will bring up all the places you can boat in that county.

http://www.fish.state.pa.us/
http://sites.state.pa.us/PA_Exec/Fish_Boat/map/pfbcmaps/swmenu2.htm#west
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mote1977


Registered: 15-Jan-2001
Total Posts: 700

posted on 25-Jun-2005 11:00:35 PM
Sandy Lake , also called Stoneboro lake I think is unlimited.
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Indiana Lou
Registered: 16-Nov-2002
Total Posts: 145

posted on 26-Jun-2005 10:22:09 PM
RJB, Lake Edinboro is unlimited but fairly small.
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eyesandgillz


Registered: 18-Jun-2003
Total Posts: 317

posted on 27-Jun-2005 1:35:30 PM
You can add Kinzua up north and Raystown in the central part of the state (should be within a 2 hrs drive for you, I would think). And if you didn't need the lakes, you could always go on the 3 rivers. I think the other guys covered all the ones that I know about.
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