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Wildlife Commission seeks comments on no-wake zones

Jan. 23. The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission is accepting comments on proposed amendments to the no-wake zones in Mecklenburg and other counties.

The public comment period will be open through March 20.

For information and to submit comments, click here.

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2 Responses to “Wildlife Commission seeks comments on no-wake zones”

  1. A noticeable amount of boaters create damaging wakes close to docks and shorelines.It never seems to be enforced so we need to better educate boaters on reducing damaging wakes that actually are generated by their vessel.Many time it is not speed causing the problem but poor understanding of how to put the boat on a level plane.

    Posted by Ross Armstrong | January 23, 2023, 1:00 pm
  2. Surf and wake board boats do create large wakes, but they deserve the water just like everyone. They are usually more experienced boaters than people pulling tubes / towables. We just need to find a way to re-enforce the distance ALL boats need to be from docks. But it needs to be reasonable.

    Posted by Bill | January 26, 2023, 8:54 pm

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