San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) March 02, 2013
Earlier this week, the National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA) announced plans to integrate with the Northern California Marine Association (NMCA). To show their support for this decision, the staff at Used Boat Trailers revealed a list of their top 3 boating lakes in northern California.
Topping their list is Lake Shasta. Shasta, a massive lake that spans over 30,000 acres and boasts an impressive 365 miles of shoreline, offers plenty of room for recreational boaters to spread out. Lake Shasta is also well known for its smooth surface, due to much of the water lying in protected inlets. In addition to the water itself, the surrounding area offers plenty of scenic views, including the 602-foot tall Shasta Dam.
Next on the list is Trinity Lake. Trinity Lake offers many of the same benefits as Shasta, including calm waters and ample space, but has a few sights all its own. The lake is largely made up of a series of protected channels, with shores blanketed by thick forest, which makes cruising the waters here feel more intimate than what you get with a larger expanse of open water.
Finally, UsedBoatTrailers.com closed their list with Eagle Lake, which is located 16 miles north of Susanville. While simply boating around Eagle Lake’s expansive shorelines is extremely gratifying, the real reason to come here is the trout. Eagle Lake is a fisherman’s paradise, and even boasts its own unique species of trout. The water level can get too low to unload boat trailers at the ramps at times, so prospective visitors should make certain to check the current conditions before heading out for a day of angling bliss.
Regardless of the specific body of water they choose, recreational boaters in northern California can look forward to pristine waters and unrivaled natural splendor. With the new integration of the NCMA with the NMMA, they’ll also have a team dedicated to looking after the well-being of their favorite pastime.
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