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  2. Yup gotcha I missed that. I have no experience with the cell cams although I would like to try them sometime, mostly I'm worried about battery life. I see Browning now has one, anyone try it yet?
  3. Thanks Keith. I've never owned a hot tub before. Hey, maybe with some gorilla tape I might be able to patch her up. Tommy, how about we set it up at the marina?
  4. I think you may have missed the part where he's looking for a cellular camera. Although, with the exception of the Stealth Cam, I'm also a Browning/Bushnell guy. They are bulletproof - not one has gone down after six years of service (out of ~12 total).
  5. Dollars to donuts this isn't something that we will have to worry about next year. I know that the regulars all pitch in to get the major obstructions out of the way on a rolling basis - winter deposits various logs and whatnot - but it's good to know that there's another pair of hands to help. If you're going to try to get the hot tub out, though, let me know. I want to be there filming lol.
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  7. Geez, amazing what a fishery can do on its own!!! If man keeps his fingers out of the situation!!! We/they really only screw things up more than they do good!! LOL.Ithink I saw more incredible fish pics. this year than all the years since I joined this group.!!! I'd like to say congrats to all those trophy fish caught this year...Well Done[emoji1690][emoji1690][emoji1690] Sent from my LM-K920 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  8. The bar is on fire this morning — 5 matures in first hour. Mostly 300 copper bites on mag spoons, one meat rigger. Now just got another monster on wire diver Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  9. I know I have one just have to find it. If note I have 2/3 of the complete rods so no worries. I will get you fixed up. As I went to remote steering and the garmin 40 kicker auto pilot is next. I will look today i think I always kept them in my glove box on the boat and I have my boat home. Do you want a whole rod if not the piece?? Sent from my LM-K920 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  10. Well done! The curse of that kind of leak also is the more water that comes in, the lower the boat sits in the water, and the more the water comes in. Glad you sealed it up! Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  11. As some of you guys know, I bought the "Mr. Breeze" boat this past weekend. I'm not going to put her in until next spring. I heard there is also a large tractor tire buried in the mud in the middle of the creek just North of Tommy's. The last thing I want to do is hit one of these objects. I have a 14' aluminum boat, a couple of come a-longs and a large grappling hook. The 14' boat with oars would be a lot easier to maneuver in the creek than a large fishing boat. I'm retired and free anytime, I just need some help getting those things out of the creek. Let me know if you want to get together and spend a couple hours to get these things out of the way so no one else hits them.
  12. Are you still using your ez steer ? Mine is the inner ball joint. The smaller one. Ez steer doesn't even have the inner one listed in the parts section just outer. Can't find one. I use to have a spare whole tube assembly but sold it to a member on here looking for one.
  13. That's awesome news! The weather is looking better for monday and tuesday so hoping we can still make the trip what fow on the bar? Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  14. The bar is on fire this morning — 5 matures in first hour. Mostly 300 copper bites on mag spoons, one meat rigger. Now just got another monster on wire diver Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  15. You could also run your rods out of a track on your gunwale.
  16. So the update on the leaky splash pan / motor well is that once I put a significant bead of submersible Goop to beasically seal this huge gap around the fuel-cap housing, I did the same test as I did in the video above - filled the pan/well with 4" of water, and we got ZERO water going into the hull. I've seen on other models of Trackers as well as other makes of boats, typically this housing (black) is welded aluminum, not a cheap piece of nylon/plastic drilled into the hull which is why this probably isn't seen alot, but anyone who may be suspicious of their maintenance hatches leaking, maybe give this a look in their boat to make sure they don't have a 3/8" gap letting water free-flow into their hull if waves are coming into that area of the boat. Mystery solved!!
  17. mlvn_prry I would like to try this. I am currently running a blacks release snapped onto my downrigger on the top and snapped on the ball on the bottom. My question is what would be best to use to make a 3ft lead, lb test, so I can move my ball down from my release? Right now my ball is snapped directly to release. Thanks for your input.
  18. I'm using Browning and stealth cam and one Bushnell. I really like the Browning's. Battery life is super, picture quality is good, I have the strike force Apex and one other one I think it might be just strike force. They usually have a few under 150 the Apex was 89.97 at Bass Pro but it looked like it was out of stock.
  19. Great Report.your pic tells it all. I made it in your before that same storm.
  20. Yes it is still available. I'll try calling you again in a few minutes.
  21. I think I should buy it. It's pretty profitable. Is it possible to do it now?
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