I know that the stretch in front of the Lee St. launch is no wake, but can anyone tell me the other no wake zones south of the Z bridge? Thanks in advance!
The only ones that I have seen are the two bridges either side of Lee St. Launch and they both have small signs on them stating either No Wake Zone or End of No Wake Zone. I have not been north of I-675 bridge so have no idea up there.I know that the stretch in front of the Lee St. launch is no wake, but can anyone tell me the other no wake zones south of the Z bridge? Thanks in advance!
I totally agree with this statement.You don't need a sign to be courteous. The launch at Zilwaukee is wide open and large wakes can damage guys try to load/unload. A little common sense and consideration of others goes a long ways - sign/no sign or legal/not legal.
You might want to double check that. It's not the DNR that enforces that, but Coast Guard and County Sherriffs will.Zilwaukee is not a enforceable no wake. There is nothing on the Michigan dnr for website about it just like there is a few other areas on the river with no wake signs that aren't legal.
The Saginaw river is not a federal no wake zone, that's state/county/city lawWell, if you say so, but I think the Coast guard has a little more authority than the dnr...lol..I'd call and ask them. You have a link? I only saw info on B.C. no wakes on they're website? Any no wake zone by a boat launch is enforceable as far as I know.