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    Just got back from a small shopping spree. Went to 2 of 3 of my favorite stores today, Plateau Fly Shop, And BPS...A new 6 al. fuel tank not pictured..Name:  20210407_214328.jpg
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    Now I can tie a few jigs, lol. Self inflating vest for the boat, Lake Master card for the old fish finder, and some braid line to try...If the weather holds I'm hoping to get my little boat finished up and finally get it wet, ( in the Lake). Lord knows it's been wet from the rains we been getting...
    Proud to have served with and supported the Units I was in: 1st IDF, 9th INF, 558th USAAG (Greece), 7th Transportation Brigade, 6th MEDSOM (Korea), III Corp, 8th IDF, 3rd Armor Div.
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    When I bought my new boat, I did some reading about life vests. Everyone was in agreement that if you had it handy it would work. Well handy might not be as handy as needed if stowed away somewhere. From there the auto inflate style became the best option and I wear it the entire time. At first it was odd, but just yesterday I failed to notice it even once.

    “Local undertaker drowns in Lake Orange”..... will not be my obituary. Very easy to stumble and go in head first, only to surface and watch the boat sail off into the distance because the trolling motor knows where to go. My lakes got big gators and that will be enough of a challenge.


    So I am curious about them there Lake Master thingies. Obviously they are tailored to your area, but is there enough detail to warrant the cost ?
    The memories of a great day cannot be contained within a cooler.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Micanopy View Post
    When I bought my new boat, I did some reading about life vests. Everyone was in agreement that if you had it handy it would work. Well handy might not be as handy as needed if stowed away somewhere. From there the auto inflate style became the best option and I wear it the entire time. At first it was odd, but just yesterday I failed to notice it even once.

    “Local undertaker drowns in Lake Orange”..... will not be my obituary. Very easy to stumble and go in head first, only to surface and watch the boat sail off into the distance because the trolling motor knows where to go. My lakes got big gators and that will be enough of a challenge.


    So I am curious about them there Lake Master thingies. Obviously they are tailored to your area, but is there enough detail to warrant the cost ?
    If their are anything their, it is worth the cost. Yes I checked it out and yes to me it is. running in unfamiliar waters (navigating), then their is the ability to set coordinates of structure you have found, to return to the same spot again. To me, yes.The Lake master thingie is for Hummingbird units, and this particular one is for the Great Plains area,(IA,IL,KS, MO, and NE). in the list of Lakes in My state alone their are four lakes I either have fished or plan on it, so yes Sir, to me, I think it is worth it...Thanks for checking out the thread...
    Proud to have served with and supported the Units I was in: 1st IDF, 9th INF, 558th USAAG (Greece), 7th Transportation Brigade, 6th MEDSOM (Korea), III Corp, 8th IDF, 3rd Armor Div.
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    Nice haul from your shopping trip This will give you a lot of new things to try on your vise. Hope to see some new ties soon.
    Bob
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    Looks like you getting ready to be ready, lol! Show us what you end up tying and catching!

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    Quote Originally Posted by skiptomylu View Post
    Looks like you getting ready to be ready, lol! Show us what you end up tying and catching!

    Skip
    Will do Skip...
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