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    There are a couple of accessible docks on the Uncompahgre River here in Montrose, Colorado. One at River bottom park and the other at Pa-Co-Chu-Puc park on the way to Ridgeway, Colorado

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    For accessible cabins, fishing docks, free adaptable kayaks, cross country sitskis, beach wheelchairs and boat landings in the State Parks of Wisconsin. There are also links for applying for access to hunting areas by those who need to use a motor powered vehicle.
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    Oregon has many accessible docks. Here is a link to a pretty good list of accessible docks in Oregon.
    http://www.dfw.state.or.us/swwd/access.pdf
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    http://www.dfw.state.or.us/resources...ocs/access.pdf

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    The link above is broken. I think the site may be down.
    It would be nice if someone would put together a list of accessible fishing docks in every state. I know it would be some work, but I think there's plenty of people that could benefit from it.

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    I live near Durango Colorado and there are several places with accessible fishing docks. One is Andrews Lake near Molas Pass, I think there are two docks but maybe it's three. Then there is one on Haviland Lake but the sidewalk to it is almost too narrow to be considered accessible. Down in Northern New Mexico below Navajo Dam is the famed "Texas Hole" and it has 5 or maybe 6 wheelchair fishing docks, as well as close in disabled parking.
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