Washington park launch

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  1. fishing fanatic

    fishing fanatic Well-Known "Member"

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    Can anyone confirm if all the docks are back and it’s up and running at Washington park in anacortes? Thanks
     
  2. Fishwacker1

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    Last time I was there it only had one temp dock with one pile. I dought that has changed since more pile need installed to put the rest of the docks in. Typical pile driving season is July 15-February 15 due to eelgrass and salmon smolt
     
  3. fishing fanatic

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    Thanks Rodney! Much appreciated
     
  4. PSULion

    PSULion Newbie

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    I was there last Saturday 4/27. The docks are still short but the floats are no longer sitting in the parking area so progress I guess.
     
  5. richardp

    richardp I've posted enough I should edit this section

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  6. Ducky Duckworth

    Ducky Duckworth Well-Known "Member"

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    Now they just need to cut down those stupid F'ing pilings at the launch entrance. Why would anyone think it's a good idea to place a set of narrow piling where boat trailers are towed?
    Fuckin Idiot.

    Rant over and no I haven't hit them, yet.
     
  7. troller w

    troller w Well-Known "Member"

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  8. TonyG

    TonyG I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    That is a shit launch. But close to fish. Launched there once. Done.
     
  9. fishing fanatic

    fishing fanatic Well-Known "Member"

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    Agreed about the launch being shit but it sure is closer than any other
     
  10. fishing fanatic

    fishing fanatic Well-Known "Member"

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    Thanks for all the responses
     
  11. richardp

    richardp I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Jason-

    Ran out from there Fri afternoon for lings, launch was not crowded going in or out which tells me people are avoiding it. So a plus for less crowds not sure it offsets dock length. 4' tide or so and i think we had just enough room for my 25'

    Weekend's should be fun there! grab an ice chest of cold ones and a chair and watch the show
     
  12. Mr. Doodles

    Mr. Doodles I'm the BIG Dog

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    I'll see your wash park shit show and raise you 1 Redondo shit show great weather shrimpin coming Saturday and no docks for another month or so...
     
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  13. Kool-Aid

    Kool-Aid Well-Known "Member"

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    Just know what you are looking at is areas of 12+ inches of sand sitting on top of the concrete.

    We launched there 2 weeks ago and basically hopped a small bar of piled up sand. We did it...but there was a little ass puckering on the pulll out hoping the tires would hold traction with a 9k boat being pulled.
     
  14. troller w

    troller w Well-Known "Member"

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    I went there to see if anyone was stupid enough to try and to People’s credit a whole 2 hours and I didn’t even see one rig show up to try. That was amazing to me because it’s definitely is a shit show on opening weekend of boating.
     
  15. Ducky Duckworth

    Ducky Duckworth Well-Known "Member"

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    Hopefully this isn't too small to read.

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