Who cares if we live in a desert, we like boats

Allen, Lee
February 2008
Inside Tucson Business;2/18/2008, Vol. 17 Issue 37, p6
The article describes various outdoor recreation activities, with a focus on boating, which people can enjoy in Arizona. Southern Arizona lakes and those in the White Mountains along the Salt River Project chain, and Colorado River waters are dotted with watercraft of all kinds, from float tubes and inflatable kayaks to sailboats. State Fisheries Chief Kirk Young says the record runoff year of 2005 produced a tremendous sport fish spawn.


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