Louisiana ends PWC ban

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The Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries ban on personal watercraft was officially lifted July 20 for the following wildlife management areas: Catahoula Lake, Pointe-Aux-Chenes and Maurepas Swamp.

The Personal Watercraft Industry Association said it is “pleased with the additional access and opportunity for personal watercraft users to now have greater access and enjoyment in Louisiana's waters.”

For information, contact Nicole Vasilaros at (202) 737-9763 or nvasilaros@nmma.org.

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