Makin’ Waves Says Boating, Skiing and Fishing are Good to Go Until November on Lake Austin

Makin’ Waves Watercraft Rentals has announced that they will continue boat rental operations until the first weekend of November.


WEBWIRE – Monday, September 30, 2013

Austin, TX, September 30, 2013 - Despite it being nearly October, it hit 95 degrees in Austin, Texas this past week, which is the perfect weather to go boating, skiing or fishing. According to a well-respected Austin Blogger, “Makin’ Waves”, it’s a great time to be out on the water. The blog site says, “The typical warm weather of the Lake Austin area allows for a unique boating experience that people in colder climates usually can’t have.” He advised that as the weather permits, local residents consider renting a boat now because this time of year is the best time to avoid the crowds that generally flock to the Lake during the summer months.

The blogger said, “Lake Austin is known for its large mouth bass population with a potential for trophy-winning catches. Many people report-catching bass weighing eight pounds or more out of the lake. Catfish and sunfish are also known to inhabit the area, as well as bluegill, red-ear and red-breast, according to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.”

A spokesman for Makin’ Waves Watercraft Rentals enthusiastically announced that they plan to rent boats into the first weekend of November, and mentioned that they offer an inclement weather rescheduling policy so people can book their boating reservations without concern.

A recent rumor to lower Lakes Austin, Marble Falls, Inks and L.B.J. have been completely dispelled by the Chairman of the Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA) Timothy Timmerman. Timmerman announced that his agency will not be lowering the lake levels due to severe drought.

Ryan Rowney, the LCRA manager of water operations told KVUE television station that there never was a plan, nor will there be in the future, to lower Lake Austin.
Of course this is great news for boating and fishing enthusiasts who utilize Lake Austin for recreation.

To learn more about boat rentals in the Austin area, please click on this link now: http://makinwaveswatercraft.com

About
Makin’ Waves Watercraft Rentals is a unique boat rental company. They want to make your boat rental experience as convenient as possible by delivering the boat to you at the place and lake of your choice. Some of the few locations they deliver are:

•    Walsh Landing located at 1600 Scenic Dr. 78703
•    360 Pennybacker Bridge – 5201 North Capital of Texas Hwy. 78731
•    Emma Long Park 1600 City Park Rd. 78730
•    Mary Quinlan Park – 1601 S. Quinlan Park Rd. 78732)

One of the premier locations people often request for delivery is Lake Austin, which is a beautiful body of water that starts at the Tom Miller Dam. Whether you are looking for a pontoon or a ski boat to rent, Makin’ Waves is the first choice for boat rentals in the Austin area. Makin’ Waves goal is to make it easy to rent a boat, while taking away all the stress, cost and worries associated with boat ownership. Contact Makin’ Waves and be ready to enjoy a fantastic recreational experience.



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Stephanie Haehn
Marketing/PR
Makin’ Waves Watercraft
(1) (512) 657-5999
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