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size don't matter 15

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  • Birthday July 28

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    Holland Patent
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    Cape Vincent
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    Lady Linda

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  1. http://www.thedailynewsonline.com/bdn01/high-waters-new-lake-ontario-flooding-predicted-at-meeting-20180302
  2. I'm selling my uncles Thompson cutlass 190, originally a bow rider he took the front back seats out and put pedestal seats in. We have used this boat and it has preformed well in many different cases, from Muskie trolling in Cape Vincent, to taking my aunt cruising in Oneida lake. This boat has 3.o liter mercuiser and alpha one outdrive. always maintained well runs like a top. Always stored indoors in the winter and under cover in the summer. carb done last summer, new bellows in 2016 as well as shift cable. we've fished this boat on the edge of the shipping channel at night and never failed us. This boat has always been properly winterized. boat is ready to go! accessories included: led night lights, spare nicked prop, safety equipment, custom trolling board that spans dog house, also well maintained trailer with new tires. ASKING $3500 I CAN ANSWER SOME QUESTIONS, OTHERS CALL 315-797-7602
  3. Ant warranty from mercury? if so how long? Is it transferable?
  4. it was night time in august last year and me and my dad were in our 15 foot sylvan (size doesn't matter) and we were drifting a drop off for walleye and my dad hooked into a nice fish, so he's fighting it and its running.... we finally get it to the side I get it into my grandpas net (we use because he rarely fishes any more) I lift it out of the water and... it rips the net luckily the gills got tangled and we got it in the live well, then I'm looking at his line and its frayed like crazy so I look at what he calls his (trusty pole) and the end clay was missing and slowly fraying the line!
  5. Northern ontario trolling A few years a go when I was ten my mother passed away, me and my father were on our own. To ease our minds this new mentor entered my life, who was a SLR fisherman, took me and for my father out and as my dad says he had lost all control... We were hooked! All we wanted to do was get up there and fish, now we have a camp in Cape Vincent (we being me my dad and his fried Craig AKA my mentor) this man helped me with everything! From advice for life to working on snowmobiles. I looked forward to going up to camp every day I wasn't there, Craig took me and my father under his wing, we have just found out Craig has cancer. We had bought a Starcraft fish-master and bought out a older man who had passed alway over 3000 pieces of salmon and trout fishing gear, Craig is going for a major surgery in around a month and me and my father agreed that any time we can over the next month were going to Try to take him fishing. This weekend we are going to launch, we hope at three mile bay. Any advice on salmon, trout, walleye, what ever would be GREATLY appreciated! Thank you all very much.
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