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  1. From your brothers in Michigan City IN theres a Capt Roundtable discussion that will be live on Reel 2 Reel Outdoors youtube and facebook tomorrow afternoon. Hosted by Adam Knudsen at 5pm. Its Lake Michigan south end but theres no football until Sunday so check it out if you can. Heres flyer I hope shows in post. Thanks Gill-T January HCC Seminar Flyer.pdf
  2. look at rivet/screw heads on transom to see if any dimpling around head happening, sign of moisture in wood during freeze thaw cycle. If your able park boat in water overnight then pull drain plug while on the ramp incline next day and wait 20-30 minutes to let any water work its way back.
  3. There have been eating "advisorys" since the 70's. Probably slow news cycle so its back in the news.
  4. is that a chest freezer on port side behind bench seat?
  5. is boat still in water at Cayuga?
  6. Look up Bullfrog rivets and watch video. I had 20+ rivets replaced using that system works great. Blind rivet. Block frame with jack stands, wood blocks etc.. Don't go under trailer when adding water to boat unless its blocked!
  7. 2nd the Hewescraft got 210 Searunner from Calumet Marine before they moved to Thunderjet another NorthWest style all welded aluminum hull and transom style boat. Dealer by Cleveland Erie Marine sell Hewescraft and North River welded aluminum boats and sell/service the big four outboards. Yamaha, Honda, Suzuki, and Mercury. They are big time into fishing so they understand your wants and needs. Check them out they do in water demonstrations quite often so you can actually ride/drive a model before you pull the trigger. If you compare actual dealer price quotes on similar equipped boats you will be pleasantly surprised. Avoid internet hearsay and the I heard bs from people that dont own them. Give them a call. Its not that far and you wont be going back except to fish walleye or buy a bigger model.
  8. this is link for advertisement for Bullfrog Rivet gun. It has a video showing the repair in detail. An old Lund dealer replaced 23 lose or missing rivets on a 1986 Starcraft center console I had that was leaking about 5+ gallons an hour. you might check your area for an established dealer and see if they can hook you up. https://www.traxstech.com/BFRD_1_Bull_Frog_Rivet_Deluxe_Repair_Kit_p/bfrd-1.htm
  9. Hope the rest of you have seen this post. Please check and comment. There is also a section where you can see how others have commented. There are many that do not want anything done to the pop. of the cormorants. They eat around 1 lb of fish daily per bird. They do not care if it is a small coho or alewife it is food for them. Do you feel the numbers are getting to high? Do you feel they need to be kept in check? Now you have a chance to be heard.
  10. Regulations.gov - Your Voice in Federal Decision Making Migratory Bird Permits: Management of Conflicts Associated with Double-Crested Cormorants (Phalacrocorax auritus) Throughout the United States This Proposed Rule document was issued by the Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) For related information, Open Docket Folder Action Proposed rule. Summary The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) proposes to establish a new permit for State and federally recognized Tribal (hereafter “Tribe” or “Tribal”) wildlife agencies for the management of double-crested cormorants (Phalacrocorax auritus; hereafter “cormorants”). The new permit would authorize specific take activities that are normally prohibited and are intended to relieve or prevent impacts from cormorants on lands within State or Tribal jurisdictions to address conflicts related to the following issues: wild and publicly stocked fish stocked by State agencies or Tribes; Tribal- and State-owned or operated aquaculture facilities (including hatcheries); human health and safety; State- or Tribal-owned property and assets; and threatened and endangered species (listed under the Endangered Species Act of 1973, as amended, or identified in State- or Tribal-specific legislation as threatened or endangered). The Service would retain ultimate authority for regulating the take of cormorants. States and Tribes would have the discretion to determine whether, when, where, and for which of the above purposes they would conduct lethal take within limits and allocations set by the Service.www.regulations.gov/document?D=FWS-HQ-MB-2019-0103-1411 . There is a comment button on the upper right hand corner of the page. Dates You must submit written comments on this proposed rule by July 20, 2020.
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