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  1. There is no way this is going anywhere, but they are showing their cards. All it takes is an event to happen that creates an emotional frenzy for something like this to pass in the heat of the moment. I'll say it again, the events unfolding with the Sheriffs and their 2nd Amendment sanctuary counties in Virginia is quite the foreshadowing for things to come nationwide if you ask me.
  2. Ive been monitoring what has been going on in Virginia and I really admire the Sheriffs down there. We need some county officials who will stand up to this unlawful stripping of our rights.
  3. " Relates to establishing additional requirements to purchase a firearm, shotgun or rifle; requires a person to apply for a hunting license prior to the purchase of a shotgun or rifle; establishes additional requirements for all firearms, shotguns and rifles including taking a five hour gun safety course and exam, passing a shooting range test with 90% accuracy, providing notarized proof of a passed drug test and mental health evaluation, providing proof of purchase of firearm and ammunition safe storage depositories and passing a criminal background check. "
  4. Im a braid/flouro leader guy. Get him some nice slip bobbers and accessories (bobber stops, small two-way swivels, beads, and small barrel weights). Braid zips through slip bobbers so much better. The advantages of slip bobbering are too many to count.
  5. Garmin sells ice conversion bundles. Ive tried farting around with the boat transducer for ice. Doesnt work well. Definitely need the ice-ducer.
  6. https://www.northcountrypublicradio.org/news/story/40209/20191223/water-flows-reduced-at-moses-saunders-dam Even though waters are acknowledged as high they are going to reduce flows now to "reduce stress on the ice cover downstream".
  7. Wasn't it written into the IJC charter that they cannot be sued from the results of their actions? I think I read that somewhere. If that is true that is the primary issue at hand. The idea of private shipping interests being represented by a quasi international government entity is a major red flag. If an entity is immune from any repercussions from its actions there is no driver to ensure its actions are kept in check. Let's say weather had more to do with this like iiwhistler says-if they could be held responsible you can be dam sure they'd have all the data presented in an orderly fashion to depict no fault. You could also be dam sure they would not be lackadaisical about missing opportunities to increase flows when needed. What we have is a bureaucracy that has zero incentive to be proactive and shipping corps shielded from fault. Whether its weather or man-made doesn't matter as much as the fact there is zero culpability.
  8. I saw the snapped off telephone poles and downed trees everywhere in Cape the next day. That was a crazy blow.
  9. Saw one in Buffalo Craiglist today. 18' but seemed under powered with just a 40hp on it. Price was right though...
  10. Most likely a greenland shark, maybe a bull shark. Hard to tell.
  11. The USACE permit wouldn't be that big of a deal between the DEC and USACE and that's not how mitigation works. I'd argue minimal wetland impacts would accrue due to a new delineation taking into account a higher ordinary water mark incorporating the cattail coverage. The show stopper is $$.
  12. I have two Captains Pak Manual riggers that are in need of repair. I will be calling Big Jon service soon because I am having a tough time finding the parts I need online. Is there anywhere local that specializes in Big Jon service locally? The service work seems very simple, but I am having a terrible time finding the parts online.
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