wolf river

2/25/16 @ 11:06 AM
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pepsiholic
pepsiholic
USER since 4/1/13
if reading book correctly , because coast guard can patrol the wolf river, because of lake Winnebago being waters of lake Michigan , does this mean we have to have flares on the river?
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3/8/16 @ 4:43 PM
Kash54
Kash54
USER since 3/8/16
Does anyone know when they will have the rest of the cams up on wolfrivercams.com?

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2/29/16 @ 10:13 AM
luvh20
luvh20
USER since 1/19/14
I stand corrected.

Just goes to show, you should do your own homework and NOT believe what you read on the internet. Blush Wink

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2/27/16 @ 6:36 PM
Scott F
Scott F
USER since 6/12/10
Visual distress signals (flares) are NOT required on the Wolf River. Where the lake meets the river and is less than 2 miles wide, VDS are not rquired

"Vessels operating on U .S . coastal waters, the Great Lakes, and territorial seas, as well as those waters connected directly, up to a point where the waterway is less than two nautical miles wide, must be equipped with U .S . Coast Guard-approved visual distress signals (VDS) . Vessels owned in the United States and operating on the high seas must also be equipped with U .S . Coast Guard-approved visual distress signals."

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2/26/16 @ 8:30 AM
luvh20
luvh20
USER since 1/19/14
Technically, yes. The Winnebago system is still considered federal waters.

I do not know how far up the Fox and Wolf rivers is under that jurisdiction.

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