Canyon Lake POA presents Marine Patrol report for February 2022

On April 1, the Canyon Lake POA presented the Marine Patrol report for the month of February 2022.

Marine Patrol received 99 calls for service in February. Staff performed 14 boat safety inspections, nine boat tows, one battery assist, and 20 quagga inspections.

Marine Patrol performed 30 fishing license checks and issued five fishing license citations.

Fifteen warnings and six citations were issued for excessive wake. Five warnings were issued for failure to present ID.

One citation was issued for expired/no registration (POA), 237 citations were issued for expired/no registration (state), and 21 citations were issued for expired/no registration at a dock or lift.

Patrol boats operated a total of 129 hours on the main lake, 112 hours on the East Bay, and 13 hours on the north ski area. Boat one operated 103.3 hours, boat two operated 93.7 hours, and boat three operated 43.3 hours. Boat four did not operate.

No incidents were reported in the month of February. 

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


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