Jose Orama of Gateway, left, and his daughter Selena Orama, 11, center, load their fishing boat onto a trailer at Weeks Fish Camp in Estero Friday afternoon after fast approaching storms cut short their fishing trip with friends and family, including Charles Kozel, 10, right.  The ramp, which remains open to the public for now, is one of the only ramps in the area and the only one with direct access to Estero Bay.  Orama, who works for the San Carlos Fire Department, has been using the ramp for at least 10 years and cites that making it private would also hurt local firefighters who use the ramp for water rescue.

Photo by MICHEL FORTIER, Daily News

Jose Orama of Gateway, left, and his daughter Selena Orama, 11, center, load their fishing boat onto a trailer at Weeks Fish Camp in Estero Friday afternoon after fast approaching storms cut short their fishing trip with friends and family, including Charles Kozel, 10, right. The ramp, which remains open to the public for now, is one of the only ramps in the area and the only one with direct access to Estero Bay. Orama, who works for the San Carlos Fire Department, has been using the ramp for at least 10 years and cites that making it private would also hurt local firefighters who use the ramp for water rescue.

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