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Re: Canada Bound
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God luck buddy. Knock 'em dead!

Posted on: 5/19 20:39:41
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Re: Lesson Learned
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Mine is a cabelas. I will look at what particular model tomorrow. I know that it does not say it needs to be worn to be counted, it just says "USGC approved type II.

Maybe i have just been lucky, but i have been checked and not had it questioned when it was on my dadhboard?

Posted on: 5/16 21:50:17
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Re: Lesson Learned
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Not all inflatables need to be worn. Mine says "coast guard approved type II". Type II do NOT need to be worn to count.

Many inflatables are Type V are regulated differently and called out as such in the boating regs. It clearly states "some type V's need to be worn to count".

SL

Posted on: 5/16 19:25:33
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Re: Redbellied dace
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Rainbows are a great bait. From my experience, COVER THEIR CONTAINER. I found out the hard way that they jump a lot - especially if a bubble is present........picking up 15 dozen dried rainbows off my basement floor the next morning is a lesson well learned. 😜

Posted on: 5/5 21:20:39
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Re: T-41 minutes for Sturgeon
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How long yu up for?

Posted on: 4/18 8:54:25
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Re: Rainy 4/14-4/16
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Sundy - great report and thanks for sharing. Congrats to the better half on her awesome walleye catch! You heading back up soon? I will be up this weekend near the lake(sportys).

Posted on: 4/17 19:51:41
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Re: Getting Into Canada
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I went tbrough the paperwork a while back due to a 1991 dwi. One of the last questions on the form was regarding whether or not i had any similar offenses since the original, and whether or not 10 yrs had passed since ALL probationary obligations had been fufilled. If the answers were no and yes to those questions, it was stated that I was "rehabilitated" and no further action was needed. I called Canadian immigration and asked about it just be sure. The fellow that i spoke with told me I was free and clear to enter and get a rabc as well. No extra fees, no issues, no worries.

Posted on: 4/14 16:35:50
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Re: Rainy River
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Congrats on the PB. Its a great place, eh?

Thanks for sharing the vid!

Posted on: 4/11 16:39:29
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Re: Bilge pump float
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From my limited knowledge - there are two different kinds of bilge pumps.

1) an auto bilge pump - these are wired in hot and turned on/off by a float switch (usually self contained) and,

2) a manually controlled kind that is wired through a switch and is dependent on the operator to throw a switch.

Most newer boats have both. IMO, having both is a good thing.

Posted on: 4/5 11:46:07
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Re: Generator Advice/Feedback
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IMO, there is a reason that every single generator thread on any forum you can find always uses the Honda 2000 as the one they compare to. When discussing generators in that size range, about 100% of the time the Honda is listed as the best.

From your choices listed, I would buy the Hondas ahead of the other two, even if you were being given the other two for free. The higher cost of the Honda is the price of peace of mind.

As far as warranty concerns, just weight he gamble of

Posted on: 4/5 6:34:57
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