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  1. Westly's Bleach White does a good job.
  2. Any hyd system/pump you install will need the 3rd static/return line added to your helm. The helm has a port for it but is not utilized for normal steering. The new Simrad system you are refering to is the same unit as the Lowrance utilizing the same Nac-1 computer & can be controlled with the Simrad GO5 - 6 or7 units as well as the Lowrance Gen 2 or 3.
  3. Why not just call him & find out everything you need to know:
  4. PM sent Zinger
  5. Glad to see the fish we're cooperating and all worked out well Aaron [emoji106] Sent from my Moto G (4) using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  6. Check your pm's 232
  7. I will do some checking & get back to you by pm.
  8. Single screw or twins & the ratio?
  9. If whom ever bought this need's a compass to make it work as intended pm me
  10. 1989 Sea Nymph Fish And Ski 17.5 w/ 90 Evinrude
  11. Is it the 100 Electro Steer? Might help people know what model Panther it is, as Panther makes several different setups.
  12. Open it for a more detailed explanation & several more links. Hunting Licenses are now available for the 2017-18 seasons. https://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/NYSDEC/bulletins/1adda63 Thinking about Deer Season Yet? Start Planning Your Next NY Hunt. The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation sent this bulletin on 08/01/2017 03:46 PM EDT Thinking about Deer Season Yet? Start Planning Your Next NY Hunt. Hunting Licenses are now available for the 2017-18 seasons. Licenses and permits can be purchased at any one of DEC's license-issuing agents, by telephone (866-933-2257) or online. Hunting and trapping licenses are valid for one year beginning September 1, 2017. New this year, we are requesting that hunters provide an email address when purchasing their licenses, so that we will have an efficient means to notify hunters of additional hunting or trapping opportunities, impending legislation or regulation changes, and license renewal reminders. We also hope to use email addresses to request feedback and conduct surveys of hunters and trappers about wildlife management programs. All customer information is privacy protected and emails will only be used by DEC for program-related information. Check the DMP Targets and Your Chances of Being Selected for a Doe Tag before Applying This fall, we are increasing the statewide allocation of Deer Management Permits (DMPs) for antlerless harvest by about 11% over what we issued last year. See DMP Availability and Probability of Selection to review our target allocation of DMPs for each Wildlife Management Unit (WMU) and to anticipate your odds of being selected for a tag. There's no need to rush out to be first in line for a DMP, though. Your chances of obtaining a DMP remain the same throughout the entire application period. Just be sure to apply for a DMP before the October 1 deadline. For questions, contact the DMP Hotline (1-866-472-4332) or read about the DMP application process. What's happening with the deer population in your area? Every year, DEC wildlife biologists compile Deer Season Forecasts for each WMU across the state. Use these to help plan your hunt or just to keep up with what is happening with deer hunting in your area. Excitingly, deer hunting has been changing in New York, with more hunters opting to voluntarily pass up shots at young, small-antlered bucks. As a result, hunters are now taking more older bucks than ever before. Hunters can continue to see and take more older bucks simply by choosing to Let Young Bucks Go and Watch Them Grow and cooperating with your neighbors and hunting partners to do the same.
  13. North launch is open, south is still closed.
  14. Good news Mike
  15. Wanted

    There was a 275 earlier this year at Bayside Marina in Fair Haven.