No motorboat shall at any time be operated in excess of a slow speed from the dam at Taylors Falls to the sandbars located approximately at mile 31.0.
No motorboat shall be operated in excess of a slow-no wake speed in the following areas:
at the narrows located approximately at mile 28.6, which is 0.4 miles downstream from the Arcola High Bridge;
between the Coast Guard navigational buoys designating location of the navigation channel from the railroad swing bridge located at approximately mile 17.3 to the south side of the southernmost bridge in the Interstate Highway 94 corridor located at approximately mile 16.1 and from shore to shore in the area known as South Hudson Bay, downstream from the Hudson dike road to the embankment of Interstate Highway 94;
between the Coast Guard navigational buoys designating the Kinnickinnic River delta narrows from approximately mile 6.6 to approximately mile 6.0;
at the Prescott Narrows from the north side of U.S. Highway No. 10 bridge located approximately at mile 0.3 to the confluence of the Saint Croix River with the Mississippi River;
within 100 feet of shore (including the shores of islands) and of swimmers, from sandbars located approximately at mile 31.0 to the confluence of the Saint Croix River with the Mississippi River;
in that area known as Andersen Bay, located approximately at mile 20.0;
from shore to shore in the area known as Afton-Catfish Bar, located approximately at mile 11.4 to 11.8 as measured in the navigational channel, and established by regulatory buoys; and
between the dam at Taylors Falls to the confluence of the Saint Croix River with the Mississippi River, whenever the water level reaches 683.0 feet, mean sea level, as measured at the Stillwater gauge.
Any motorboat designated for law enforcement shall be exempt from this part in circumstances involving emergencies or violation of law.
15 SR 2492; 20 SR 1196
June 11, 2008