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gasman2438

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  1. PLEASE GIVE THAT DOG A FISH MABY HE WILL STOP BITING THE MAN'S LEG
  2. ONE OF THE THINGS PERMITTED IS GOING OUT FOR FOOD AND EXERCISE. IS FISH A FOOD SOURCE? LAKE TROUT ARE REALLY GOOD ON THE GRILL.
  3. After running all kinds of downrigger weights I compare of the same weight. The most drag back is the round ball next step better is the torpedo the best is the shark the only problem I had with the shark is running off to the side or a back in forth motion if the tail is off a little. JUST MY OPINION Check the price point.
  4. THEY ARE READY TO GO OUT THE DOOR. PM CAPTAIN HARVEY (TROUTMAN 87)
  5. I CAN TAKE MY SON'S THAT LIVE WITH ME. WE CAN SELF QUARANTINE ON THE BOAT JUST LIKE HOME. THEY CATCH ALL THE FISH ANY WAY.
  6. Hey Harvey are the NEW 10 lb. Torpedoes ready to go out?
  7. MY NEW BOAT WRAP PATTERN MAY KEEP PEOPLE AWAY
  8. Wear Requirements for Personal Flotation Devices The following persons must wear a Type I, II, III or V PFD of proper size and serviceable condition: Anyone riding in a pleasure vessel less than twenty-one feet, including rowboats, canoes, and kayaks, between November first to May first.
  9. Ok here is my opinion if this can't be done before memorial day weekend we might as well postpone until next March 2021 No matter witch way it goes it's a great loss of income for the Finger Lake's Trollers (a nonprofit organization) and all of the vendors and the money we give away to other organizations and scholarship fund.
  10. You are right I love that day it's better than Christmas.!! WE ARE LOOKING INTO A FUTURE DATE
  11. 800 TO 900 PEOPLE THROUGH THE DOOR PLUS OVER 100 MORE VENDORS CAN'T DO IT.
  12. YEP.. I WEAR MINE ON MY 23 FOOTER.
  13. Wear Requirements for Personal Flotation Devices The following persons must wear a Type I, II, III or V PFD of proper size and serviceable condition: Anyone riding in a pleasure vessel less than twenty-one feet, including rowboats, canoes, and kayaks, between November first and May first.
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