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  1. Thanks dbitting, I have always taken a strait edge along the bottom of the boat and set parallel, I see yor way is better.
  2. Yes, I've been in self house arrest for all 6 weeks now and cabin fever is becoming a reality.I can not see spacing at a ramp being a problem and there is lots o room on the Lake.
  3. The MNRF says that fishing seasons have not changed by the launch rapes and lake side parks are closed.I ;m not ready to launch, but that could change quite quickly with a launch ramp and a sunny day I'm a fair weather fisherman..
  4. The report I received yesterday is that the boat launches are closed as far north as Perry Sound. No mention of them opening anytime soon. It sounds like it a young fellow that could carry a kayak might be able to launch off private property. I have 8 pages of closed ramps.
  5. I would tip it over and count the pours under it chin. Pike and Muskies have a different number of pours I don't catch nice fish like that so you will have to check a fish book to find the number of each.
  6. Nice fish Joe you must be good with the net. Stay in practice,
  7. My Garmin echomap 50dv went the way of the dodo bird as well. I stupidly bought another Garmin I hpe it lasts a little longer then the first one.
  8. Rap your winch so that it pulls the cleaves on the front of the boat under the nose peace and then holds it up tight to it. that should take the bounce out when trailing.
  9. Depending on the ramp, if the back end of boat is still floating a little it will end as your picture. Pull ahead 1ft. and re tighten, do this two or three times as you pull out and it should end up tight. I have a roller trailer and can pull it after it is out of the water.
  10. I launched at Promenade Park at Port Credit, the water is very high but doable . Sea fleas are medium they are definitely there but not bad.
  11. No I didn't catch anything. I was reading the post here after coming home and the water is to warm close to shore and I didn't go deep enough. that's what happens to a some time fisherman.
  12. psychodad where you out off the mouth of the Credit River, I finally got out for a bout ride, seen a kayak fisher in about a 100' of water.
  13. Psychodad,What ever you are doing keep doing it. Comorants are gust the way of life anymore, but the MNRF are doing a survey so it will be well taken care of..
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