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Postby Beerbohm » Sun Oct 18, 2015 10:41 am

Where o Where can you launch a 22' jet on the Spokane river?
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Re: Spokane River

Postby Hero » Sun Oct 18, 2015 11:54 am

Harvard rd......but it has a seasonal limitation on launch dates.
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Re: Spokane River

Postby darush » Sun Jan 31, 2016 2:00 pm

indeed Harvard Rd is the place. Before April 15th is the best time, can run dam to dam, otherwise the stretch of river that is open run is more limited over summer

6.03.090 - Motorized vessels prohibited-area
No person shall operate a motorboat or personal watercraft on the Spokane River from its intersection with the west border of the City of Spokane to the west border of that area abutting the Spokane River commonly known and posted as "Plese Flats Day Use Area".
No person shall operate a motor boat or personal water craft on the Spokane River from its intersection with the west side of the Barker road Bridge to its intersection with the west side of the Centennial Trail Bridge at Plant’s Ferry Park from April 16th to October 14th of any given year.
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Re: Spokane River

Postby richardsoniiij » Tue Feb 23, 2016 2:52 pm

The river is looking runnable, anyone interested? :Drink:
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Re: Spokane River

Postby misterwinkey » Wed Feb 24, 2016 3:13 am

I'm getting the boat finished up now. Converted to fuel injection.

Don't know if I'll be done before the water drops...... I'll try!
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Re: Spokane River

Postby richardsoniiij » Wed Feb 24, 2016 9:31 pm

Yep, it's dropping now, should have another chance before April 15.
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Re: Spokane River

Postby misterwinkey » Mon Feb 29, 2016 10:27 pm

I am going to hook up the fuel lines and try to get a test run in middle of this week. Maybe if I'm lucky I can have things running in a week or two.
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Re: Spokane River

Postby autorick » Wed Mar 02, 2016 4:41 pm

It still looks good to run. With the rain and warm temps we are experiencing, the water will be coming back up soon. Needs to get the pine needles flushed out, they were terrible last two years. When can everyone go? On a weekend or a evening or? Either work for me, my office is isn't far from the river.
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Re: Spokane River

Postby dbigler » Wed Mar 16, 2016 9:11 pm

Has anyone ran the Spokane river yet? I would love to run it, I have never done so. I would, A-like to ride with someone first, B-have someone in my boat with me that knows the river or C-follow along. If anyone would be willing to help out with any of the above, I would be very much appreciative of any help given. I have owned my jet boat for a little over a couple years, I fish the Columbia all the time, ran a little bit of the snake. Needless to say I am green, but very safty consious and understand I should not run this alone. I am fishing potholes this weekend 3-19-16, allthough I would be willing to go out friday evening 3-18-16 if anyone is willing/available. pm me or text @ 208660132two.
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