Canyon Lake Marine Patrol received more than 300 calls for service in May

On July 7, the Canyon Lake POA presented its Marine Patrol report for the month of May.

Marine Patrol received 335 calls for service in May, an increase of 139 calls from the previous month. Staff performed 335 boat safety inspections, seven boat tows, two battery assists, 22 fishing license checks, and 31 quagga inspections.

Eight warnings were issued for excessive wake, one warning was issued for reckless behavior while operating a motorized boat, and three warnings were issued for plowing.

One citation was issued for loud noise, two citations were issued for fishing licenses, and three citations were issued for expired/no registration (POA).

Patrol boats operated a total of 128 hours on the main lake, 93 hours on the East Bay, and 39.8 hours on the north ski area. Boat one operated 64.9 hours, boat two 108 hours, boat three operated 39.8 hours, and boat four operated 47.1 hours.

The primary functions of the Marine Patrol are rules and regulations compliance, quagga and boat safety inspections, and incident observation and reporting to the POA.


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