My dad, a friend and myself headed out to the lake not getting in a hurry because we didn't want to be uncomfortable letting the sun come up a bit. Not a cloud in the sky. Fishing reports where good. While we have an older boat, earlier this summer we purchased a new trailer and it has only been to the lake but just a handfull of times. Lake Greenwood is at 97% of full pool. We headed out to our favorite boat ramp. I commented to my dad that we had never had to back in so far to get the boat in. I found out that the boat ramp has a 3 to 4 ft drop at the end and the trailer dropped off of it. I won't bore you with the getting it back up but the damage list is 2 fenders, 1 possibly 2 leaf springs, one spring hanger that has to be rewelded to the frame. Fortunatly I own a welder and will be able to do that myself and the trailer manufacture is less than a mile from the house so I can go get a spring or 2 instead of paying shipping but I expect that they will not be cheap. This doesn't include the expense of pulling the trailer up the road to a marina and getting the mechanic to help get the trailer temp fixed so I could pull it home.