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Its 35 days. Once you get it tagged there, as long as you don't break the tag, you go back whenever, then they untag it when you launch and re-tag when you leave. Its also good until next season. I've got a Standley boat 4 sale, had it tagged 3 or 4 years ago, its only used at that lake and I never have any wait period or anything. The 35 days is for a boat that hasn't been Standley inspected. It doesn't have o be stored there, if its over 20hp, you have to apply for the lottery to buy a $850 pass. Less than 20 is a day pass, no lottery. If you want to buy a Standley boat, I got one.
 

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lvrider Standley made me go through a 35 day quarantine this year and I was told by the ranger that that if I went somewhere else it was another 35 days. He might have been wrong but I know the first round was 35 days. Last year it was only 2 weeks they told me but it changed. Please let me know who to talk to if it is 2 weeks because I have the receipt/ticket they gave me showing the dates. My boat is a 14ft with an 18hp motor so I go in on a day pass not a yearly nor do I store my boat there.
This is 100% correct. Has nothing to do with storing your boat there. It's a tag/untagged procedure. Once you go through the 35 days, your golden as long as you don't break the tag/seal. Their lake page has all the info. All the Rangers are very aware of the rules out there.
 
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