Lewis863

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Ithaca Ny
  • Interests
    Fishing and Hunting
  • Home Port
    Alan Treman Marine Park
  • Boat Name
    Four Seasons
  1. Florida school shooting

    Everyone keeps asking what has changed. Multiple generations of failed marriages, disintegration of the family unit, poor parenting. When you look at the vast majority of these killers they come from broken fatherless homes, they are outcasts from normal relations. When you arent sharing time with your children at a dinner table and raising them they will fill their heads with the crap that spews forth from the internet. The concept of making the guns illegal is just more people not wanting to adress the harder problem and the real core. Someone can always find a way to kill ...bombs, planes, cars, guns you cant outlaw all of it. Its not pc to tell a feminist that she isnt capable of raisng a boy on her own, it isnt pc to tell men to stop getting women pregnant and failing to care for the child that is created. Be a family, put the value of raising your children above the value of getting more stuff. If your going to have children someone needs to stay home and raise them. Homeschooling is the way to go, resources are better than ever, while our schools are descending into liberal pc hell. Our society crumbles and the best way to stop it is to hold eachother accountable.... my 2 cents...
  2. window replacement

    Thank you for that ill call them tomorrow
  3. window replacement

    I need to find a replacement window for the 2000 pursuit denali 2860, it was a wing window with a screw arm that let air in but could be fully closed, tried going directly to Pursuit, but of course the company that made the windows for them then went out of business...... anyone have any suggestions?? besides contacting a local auto glass company and having them custom cut a pane and glue it in
  4. Guys I’m a certified diver... years of experience time at depth of 150 feet on standard air is 4-5 minutes hardly enough time to find a needle in a haystack. Depending on bottom it could be buried in silt. Just buy a replacement and move on... not gonna happen Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  5. GPS suggestion?

    I use Garmin in the plane normally a Garmin loyalist but....I use the Lowrance HDS7 in the boat....I have the Navionics chip in it for the contouring as fishnut and it is expandable to add radar and full engine readouts if you wish. It required no external antennae but Im running a pursuit denali 2860 with canvas top. Never misses a beat, never loses a signal, and it does not conflict with my fish hawk transponder mounted on the opposite side of the transom. At high speeds you lose the bottom but that is likely with anything...clarity is great detail is good.. lots of options........ my 2.5 cents.
  6. Unfortunately all the laws, and navigation rules, are no match for stupidity, carelessness, and drunkenness.......
  7. In regards to the "engaged in fishing" side of the comment above, that is an attempt to refer to the boat that was hit as "engaged in fishing" by which it does not fit the definition. Engaged in fishing refers only to those who would be restricted in their ability to maneuver. A boat fishing with standard lines, and even trolling does not fit the definition as such and therefore has no special right of way.. If they were a Purse Seiner hauling nets, then it would qualify as a fishing vessel restricted in ability to maneuver. The boat that did the hitting was overtaking the boat that was fishing which unless anchored which I do not believe was the case, was in fact charged with the same duty to see and avoid collision. As in most cases the insurance companies will probably end up with a split of liability with the majority falling on the knucklehead on the yacht. Who according to the accounts i've read was handicapped, boarded in a wheel chair, unable to see where he was going, and distracted by a cell phone, and fairly elderly. Very lucky he didn't kill anyone, however in the statements he has given he seems not even remorseful and blaming the other boat....damn lucky no one was killed,..and certainly a statement for small boaters wearing some manner of life preserver at all times...
  8. Cayuga Cayuga Lou All October 15th

    Please post the top three at least dying to know Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  9. Pmd ill take em Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United
  10. Cayuga Cayuga Lou All October 15th

    Good luck boys tomorrow wish I could participate see y'all next season Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  11. Cayuga rough?

    Calming down not bad at all I'm by long point running to deans going to run south from deans Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  12. cayuga this weekend

    Anyone beat this brown 27.5 inches Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  13. cayuga this weekend

    Were gonna get wet this morning Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  14. cayuga this weekend

    I'm done after this weekend pulling boat switching to killin deer Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United