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  1. Thank You Looking for one I can install at bar, so I need to find one with coin slot
  2. Does the foos ball table have a coin slot ? Or is it for home use ?
  3. I'll take them ! Give me a call or text at 716-535-7566 Thanks, Bill
  4. I just redid my Islander this summer. Use West System 105 epoxy and 205 hardener. DO NOT use pressure treated plywood ! It WILL react with the aluminum and make a real mess ! If you use the west system, make sure you treat all edges and surfaces with (2) Two coats You won,t be disappointed with the results.
  5. Are these still available ? PM me your PayPal address. Thanks, Bill
  6. If these are still available. I will take them ! PM me with your Paypal Address. Thanks Bill
  7. If they want to fish out of Buffalo, I run Week Daze Sport Fishing from NFTA Small Boat Harbor. Bill www.weekdazesportfishing.com
  8. Oh Boy it was a tough bite today out of the Catt. Ran west to Dunkirk turned and trolled the hill and back down the line. Managed 5 fish. Two came on Renosky Mirror image perch , Riggers 68 down. Took 2 on dipsys 100 back 3.5 setting, black and purple scale 3D worm harness, One came on a harness and 10 jet diver 150 back on an inline board. Only saw 1 other boat out there with us today.
  9. Fished out of Sturgeon Point on Thursday am, Was a bumpy ride out headed west to the micro wave towers, Set up and trolled with following waves back toward the point. 3D worm harnesses did the trick today. Black and Purple scale. Pulled them behind jet 10,20,30,40 and dipseys. Most of the fish came on 20 and 30 jets and divers. Back 100 -125 feet behind small boards. Boated 11 of 12, Best just over 10 pounds.
  10. The reason I asked for pictures, you are an 8 hr round trip from me. And I would like to see what I am interseted in buying before I commit to it. So sorry to ask for a picture.
  11. Already have the wish bones, just trying to find the masts.
  12. Anyone have a set of out riggers they no longer use or want ? I have a friend that is looking for a pair. Thanks in advance, Bill.
  13. If you add a piece of one of those noodles (the kids use in the swimming pool) onto your net handle, it adds some color, and it WON'T sink ! And it doesn't get in the way like a tether does.
  14. Looking for down speed and temp sensor unit, Moor,Cannon, Fishhawk ? Anyone have one used ? Got a great price on New ? Please let me know. Thanks, Bill 716-535-7566
  15. Does anyone have any Tite Lok bases they are not using ? Have a friend that is looking for some. These are the ones that can hold up to (4) Four rod holder tubes. http://www.titelok.com/product_info.php ... 1336de2715 Thanks in advance, Bill
  16. Tom, Thank You for this very informative article. I don't fish Lake Ontario as a rule, (I fish Lake Erie for walleye) And I am thinking this info will be a great help to me when I venture to Wilson this year to try my hand at Salmon fishing.
  17. I fished out of Olcott yesterday (Wed. july 28,2010) and the fleas are there, but not a big deal. Only small amounts showing up on mono and wire.
  18. Is this vessel still available ? What is the price ???
  19. If you guys will have me, I would be happy to go along.
  20. Sorry to hear of your dad's passing. Our condolences, Bill and Donna
  21. STATUS: S6453 LIBOUS Same as A 10382 Russell Environmental Conservation Law TITLE....Authorizes an individual to angle for fish with up to 3 lines 01/13/10 REFERRED TO ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
  22. Here is a web site for info about the "non-resident" Canadian fishing license and Outdoors Card. http://www.mnr.gov.on.ca/en/Business/Le ... 65323.html Here is a list of SOME of the regs for equipment needed on a few boats. *** NOTE the changes in safety equipment as the length of the boat INCREASES ! ! *** Pleasure craft greater than 6 m (19’8â€) in length but no greater than 8 m (26’3â€) in length 6. One (1) Class 5BC fire extinguisher, if the pleasure craft is a power-driven vessel, plus another class 5BC fire extinguisher if the pleasure craft is equipped with a fuel-burning cooking, heating or refrigerating appliance Distress equipment 7. A watertight flashlight 8. Six (6)* Canadian-approved flares of Type A, B or C Pleasure craft greater than 8 m (26’3â€) in length but no greater than 12 m (39’4â€) in length Personal protection equipment 1. One (1) Canadian-approved personal flotation device or lifejacket of appropriate size for each person on board 2. One (1) buoyant heaving line no less than 15 m (49’3â€) in length 3. One (1) approved lifebuoy with an outside diameter of 610 mm or 762 mm that is attached to a buoyant line no less than 15 m(49’3â€) in length 4. A reboarding device if the freeboard of the vessel is greater than 0.5 m (1’8â€) 5. An anchor with no less than 30 m (98’5â€) of cable, rope or chain in any combination 6. One (1) bailer 7. One (1) manual water pump fitted with or accompanied by sufficient hose to enable a person using the pump to discharge water from the bilge of the vessel over the side of the vessel 8. One (1) Class 10BC fire extinguisher, if the pleasure craft is a power-driven vessel, plus another class 10BC fire extinguisher if the pleasure craft is equipped with a fuel-burning cooking, heating or refrigerating appliance Distress equipment 9. A watertight flashlight 10. 12* Canadian-approved flares of Type A, B, C or D, no more than six (6) of which are of Type D
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