On February 2, the Canyon Lake POA presented its Marine Patrol reports for the months of December 2023 and January 2024.
In December, Marine Patrol received 27 calls for service. Staff performed 5 boat safety inspections, six boat tows, and six quagga inspections.
One citation was issued for expired/no registration at a dock or lift. No warnings were issued during the month of December.
Patrol boats operated 100.1 hours on the main lake, 82 hours on the East Bay, and 1 hour on the north ski area.
Boat one operated 81.9 hours, boat two operated 95.1 hours, boat three operated 1 hour, and boat four operated 5.1 hours.
No incidents were reported in December.
In January, Marine Patrol received 49 calls for service. Staff performed nine boat safety inspections, eight boat tows, one battery assist, eight quagga inspections, and six fishing license checks,
One citation was issued for expired/no registration at a dock or lift and one citation was issued for expired/no registration (POA). One warning was issued for reckless behavior while operating a motorized boat and one warning was issued for excessive wake. Three fishing license warnings were issued.
Patrol boats operated 175.5 hours on the main lake, 140.3 hours on the East Bay, and 11.3 hours on the north ski area.
Boat one operated 141 hours, boat two operated 146.7 hours, boat three operated 11.3 hours, and boat four operated 23.9 hours.
No incidents were reported in January.
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.