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Tell me about Canada Lake!

Postby jennadog » Sun Nov 12, 2006 2:17 pm

My family is looking at purchasing a home on Canada lake and we'd love to hear what you all think of it. We are familiar with Great Sacandaga area but havent been to Canada lake.

What is the Fulton Road area like? How populated is the lake? Any restrictions (boats, etc) on the lake? Do many of you rent you property out?

Any info on the area would be great. It looks like a great place to buy a cottage!

Thanks!
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Re: Tell me about Canada Lake!

Postby Tony » Wed Nov 22, 2006 10:31 am

jennadog wrote:My family is looking at purchasing a home on Canada lake and we'd love to hear what you all think of it. We are familiar with Great Sacandaga area but havent been to Canada lake.

What is the Fulton Road area like? How populated is the lake? Any restrictions (boats, etc) on the lake? Do many of you rent you property out?

Any info on the area would be great. It looks like a great place to buy a cottage!

Thanks!


Its a fantastic lake, IMO. The houses can be packed in fairly tightly but its not too bad. Im not familliar with any restrictions as far as boats, although anything bigger than 21 - 23 might feel a little cramped. There are a few rentals on the lake, but not all that many. The Canada Lake Store might be able to point you in a good direction.
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Postby jennadog » Wed Nov 22, 2006 4:59 pm

Thanks for your reply! My husband has since been up to see the lake, he says its beautiful! I did send the Canada lake store an email for further info, I cant wait to hear back.

We are trying to find out which location would be easier to rent in the winter, Canada Lake or Sacandaga. Canada lake seems closer to more snowmobile trails and it seems great for hunting. But is it a popular spot for those activities? Is there any demand for off season property on Canada lake or is Sacandaga more of a winter location? ANY help on this would be great. I am having SUCH a hard time finding answers to questions like these. :roll:

I hope to be up there in the next few weeks, I cant wait to see your beautiful lake!!
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CANADA LAKE

Postby GENNYPOUNDER » Fri Jan 05, 2007 5:10 pm

THE LAKE AINT TOO BAD ACCEPT FOR THE SUMMER FOLKS GOOD FISHIN SPECIALLY NEAR WALT'S HOUSE WHERE HE SUNK THE CAR AND FRIDGE. IF YOU CAN TRY TO GET A HOUSE WITH A SHITTER.
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Postby GoneFishin » Sun Jan 07, 2007 11:10 am

Very funny Gennypounder-

The name is appropriate, especially since I have heard that you have trouble holding down the harder stuff. DEC prohibited lakeside outhouses years ago, though I have known a resident or two to squueze one off in the lake when going back to the cabin was too much...

Nothing like waking up for some early morning fishin to find a floater bumping dockside...

Heck, sometimes the toilets don't work either:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kRPCyb-K_nc
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Postby GENNYPOUNDER » Mon Jan 08, 2007 6:02 pm

HEY GONEFISHIN, DON'T BE TALKING LIKE YOU KNOWS ME. ANY BY THE WAY, MY NAME HAS NOTHIN' TO DO WITH BEER. GET IT?
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Re: GONEFISHIN

Postby Tony » Mon Jan 08, 2007 7:19 pm

GENNYPOUNDER wrote:HEY GONEFISHIN, DON'T BE TALKING LIKE YOU KNOWS ME. ANY BY THE WAY, MY NAME HAS NOTHIN' TO DO WITH BEER. GET IT?


Best relax and take a breather. And you might try not typing in all caps. Its the online equivalent of screaming everything you say.
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THE LAKE

Postby GENNYPOUNDER » Sun Feb 11, 2007 9:52 am

HEY JENNADOG YOU EVER GET A PLACE? YOU WILL LIKE THE LAKE BECAUSE IT HAS LOT TWO OFFER EVER BEEN TO PINNACLE OR ARIETTA HOTEL GOOD CHEAP BEERS AND MIGHT EVEN MEAT BARTLETTS WHO CAN DO ANYTHING FROM FIX YOUR CHIMNEY TO SKIN DEER. YOU NEED TRY GROOMS FOR YOUR SUPPLIES AND GOT LOTS OF PORN MOVIES TWO IF YOU LIKE IT. I RECOMMEND CHIPPED BEEF WITH GRAVEY AT COFFEE SHOP SOMETIMES THEY HAVE SPECIALS. GOLF COORSE NOT BAD AND YOU CAN CLIMB TO FIRE TOWER. MAYBE I CAN SHOW YOU THE AREA, IT BE A NICE AREA IF YOU HAVE THE RIGHT GUIDE.
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Postby svenjorg72 » Thu Mar 29, 2007 7:44 am

Hello. I stumbled across this forum and after reading the responses posted by Gennypounder, thought I would join and share an experience which leads me to believe he may be making his way around the Adirondacks. My lovely wife Yolanda and I purchased a place on Indian Lake back in 2005. Well, one beautiful brisk fall morning of 2005, while sipping a freshly brewed pot of oven roast and looking across the glasslike water for the sight of a wandering loon, I noticed a dark substance on my dock emitting steam into the crisp morning air. I made my way down to my dock to shockingly find a fresh pile of feces and soiled sports garment, commonly referred to as a jock strap here in the states. I immediately grew sick and just like that, a beautiful Adirondack morning was ruined by some rude and disrespectful prankster. The only words I could form and stumble from my mouth were, "Oh, shaiza!" I can only hope no others have witnessed the same.

Best wishes and Happy Summer 2007 to all.

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