On February 5, the Canyon Lake POA presented the Marine Patrol report for December 2020.
Marine Patrol received 40 calls for service in December. Staff performed 17 boat safety inspections, nine boat tows, two battery assists, and 12 quagga inspections.
Twenty-two fishing license checks were performed; one warning and two citations were issued. One citation was issued for expired/no registration at a dock or lift was issued.
One excessive wake, one life jacket, one follow counter-clockwise pattern, and seven non-compliance warnings were issued.
Marine Patrol boats operated a total of 165.3 hours on the main lake, 155 hours on the East Bay, and 1.7 hours on the north ski area.
Boat one operated 137.7 hours, boat two operated 57.9 hours, boat three operated 1.7 hours, and boat four operated 123 hours.
No incidents were reported.
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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