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    Added the emergency blankets and a towel thanks fishers<*)}}}><
    You'll see the difference,,,on the end of your line! PROUD MEMBER OF ​TEAM GEEZER
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    Great info and ideas guys
    I have spent most my life fishing........the rest I wasted.
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    I don't smoke but do try to keep a lighter on my boat in case have to built a fire.
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    This was part of the fishing report in todays Kansas City Star paper for Clinton Lake."CLINTON: 47 degrees, clear, 0.9 feet low. --------
    ---- All ramps usable-please be courteous to others when using the ramps in below freezing temperatures. Let your trailer drain at the bottom of the ramp before pulling forward." KUDOS for those comments.

    My experiences in these conditions is that this courtesy is seldom observed.
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    Been in the water in winter while fishing. All those heavy clothes wet I couldn't pull myself back in the boat and no ladder.
    I hand over hand made it to the back and stepped on the motor cavitation plate and used the trim button to lift myself out of the water and crawled over into the boat.
    Quite possibly saved my life I was weak as a baby by that time.
    If ya don't have a ladder it will get ya in the boat.

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    There will be days when the fishing is better than one's most optimistic forecast, others when it is far worse. Either is a gain over just staying home.
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