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  1. 17 minutes ago, Offshore IV said:

     I think water slowly came over the transom little by little as the day went on and then when I hit whatever I hit, we all stood at the back of the boat and that was enough weight, in addition to the water, to allow it over the transom. 

    Everyone should have an automatic bilge with a light on the dash that comes on when the bilge turns on.  That way you always know when you are taking on water.  Not knowing your taking on water until it's too late seems to be a common denominator in a bunch of the boating accidents that have occurred in Mexico bay in the last few years.  Glad everyone was ok.

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    This might be the last brand new set of digitroll 2 in existence. Came from a local marina.

     

    42" booms, still in box. Black steel

    Mounting block and stainless hardware

    Release

    No swivel base.

     

    Items located in Pulaski, Sandy pond area.

     

    PM or call Jim at 908 399 0174

     

    Asking $1100 for pair. 1593733544567.jpeg1593733591108.jpeg

     

    Sent from my SM-T580 using Lake Ontario United mobile app

     

     

     

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  3. We were out Sunday Morning and you could see a huge vessel about 7 to 8 miles off the Salmon river.  Nobody on the radio seemed to know what going on.  After 9am someone came on the radio and said that they were looking for a body and gave a brief description of the missing person.  They started running a grid search pattern with the helicopter.  The large vessel turned out to be a Canadian Coast cutter (at least 100' long, the largest ship I have ever seen underway on Lake Ontario).  When we went in around 11am, the cutter was approximately 1 mile off the Salmon river  right in the middle of the "combat zone". I am glad to hear they finally located the boat and the missing fisherman.

  4. We launched a boat at Jones Marina on Sunday.  Reiters Marina has a usable launch and the Wigwam launch looks like it is usable.  The Browns are north of the pond in 8'  to 10' feet of water.

  5. Reiters Marina (315-387-3881) located on Sandy Pond has brand new, Nos Mag 10a motors that have been sitting in their warehouse for the last 30 years.  They are conversion kits to make the manual cannons of the time into 10A's.  When I was there in October they had at least 6 or more.  Give them a call, talk to Bruce, he'll help you out.

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