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Lewis863

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Ithaca Ny
  • Interests
    Fishing and Hunting
  • Home Port
    Alan Treman Marine Park
  • Boat Name
    Avalon

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  1. What were the payouts? Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United
  2. You all might want to call it wind is over 20 mph on the lake from the south I canceled my charter Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  3. Im the one that responded to the distress call...was near the end of a charter... thought I was going to have to go get him so started pulling lines ...but a little coaching is all it took....gotta keep those battery terminals tight....third time I have had people not be able to start due to that or dislodged kill switches... Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United
  4. I just got a rapid shrink propane torch gun 299 on Amazon I have a huge hard top so I got extender tool too buy boat wrap from mr shrink we have snow so went with heavier mil bought roll of tape and a zipper door from them... videos online of how to do it but used paracord to do belly band around the boat under rub line and used some wood frame to make tent to let snow slide off there are some very complete videos on you tube takes me about 2 hours Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  5. I have a 30 foot boat I shrink wrap mine myself with a zipper door every year... not hard and i can work on /in it all season with a heater i put in Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United
  6. That one has stainless eyelets and white strike zone tip coloring what I am using/ recommend Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  7. No ...see attached Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United Come in 8 and 10 feet
  8. The roller tips swivel multiple ways you do need to pay attention not to wrap the wire when you first put dipsy over but other than that ... flawless in my opinion and I am using hell out of them ... Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  9. White Diamond Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  10. Probably not too far off ...with the remnants of the hurricane last week and high winds lake temps went wacky found 55 degree water down 80 feet last weekend took 100 to get under 50 lake temps started to settle this weekend to more normal I think the thermocline broke last week and is now resetting... by Sunday it was back to finding 49 degree water by 80 feet and fleas lessened Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  11. Strange they were there last two weeks did not stick to 20 pound test at all came off the 30 easily and didnt touch the wire...maybe somebody smeared flea attractant on your gear..? Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United
  12. Another angle Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United
  13. Taken on my charter this morning this little guy reeled in two 9 pounders he could barely lift them but that smile would lift the weight 50 times that... Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United
  14. Having now experienced what wire can do to eyelets not just the end one... all of them in the bend of the rod...I went with all Okuma White Diamond Stainless with roller tips... been using them now for multiple weeks on the charter boat... no issues... smooth chew through fleas would not go back to any other rod...twili tips are great used them for years doesnt fix what happens to lower eyelets though... Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United
  15. He is Correct it is a requirement if you have one... and all should even if portable... Radio Watchkeeping Regulations In general, any vessel equipped with a VHF marine radiotelephone (whether voluntarily or required to) must maintain a watch on channel 16 (156.800 MHz) whenever the radiotelephone is not being used to communicate. Source: FCC 47 CFR §§ 80.148, 80.310, NTIA Manual 8.2.29.6.c(2)(e), ITU RR 31.18, 52.244 In addition, every power-driven vessel of 20 meters or over in length or of 100 tons and upwards carrying one or more passengers for hire, or a towing vessel of 26 feet or over in length, as well, as every dredge and floating plant operating near a channel or fairway, must also maintain a watch on channel 13 (156.650 MHz) --channel 67 (156.375 MHz) if operating on the lower Mississippi River-- ; while navigating on U.S. waters (which include the territorial sea, internal waters that are subject to tidal influence, and, those not subject to tidal influence but that are used or are determined to be capable of being used for substantial interstate or foreign commerce). Sequential monitoring techniques (scanners) alone cannot be used to meet this requirement; two radios (including portable radios, i.e. handhelds) or one radio with two receivers, are required. These vessels must also maintain a watch on the designated Vessel Traffic Service (VTS) frequency, in lieu of maintaining watch on channel 16, while transiting within a VTS area. See 33 CFR §§ 2.36, 26, and 161; 47 CFR §§ 80.148, 80.308-309; NTIA: NTIA Manual Chapter 8.2.29.7. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
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