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  2. a man in my area was just convicted of manslaughter for mixing fentanyl with cocaine and caused a woman to overdose and die.he got 10 years
  3. i think ill take your advice guys...thank you
  4. Scrapping Travel trailer View Advert I have a travel trailer that has reached the end of it's lifespan. The good: Working Air conditioner/heater Working electric trailer brakes Working Propane fridge Never been used water heater Solid frame Working sun shade (dirty but cleanable) Newer Tires The bad: It has a leak and as a result the interior is mouldy (the bad kind) The floor is soft in places I am open to reasonable offers. I have no interest in disassembling anything so if you are after a part only, you will have to remove it at your own risk after paying for it. Pictures will be available via text, just PM me your number. Advertiser HTHM Date 07/20/2019 Price Category Miscellaneous Classifieds  
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    I have a travel trailer that has reached the end of it's lifespan. The good: Working Air conditioner/heater Working electric trailer brakes Working Propane fridge Never been used water heater Solid frame Working sun shade (dirty but cleanable) Newer Tires The bad: It has a leak and as a result the interior is mouldy (the bad kind) The floor is soft in places I am open to reasonable offers. I have no interest in disassembling anything so if you are after a part only, you will have to remove it at your own risk after paying for it. Pictures will be available via text, just PM me your number.

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  6. with a kayak, the whole length of that east wall is a good spot, lake side, out to about due east of the foghorn, like I said about dark you will get pickerel/walleye even.
  7. Opiods and fentanyl are a huge problem across the country now as they seem to be everywhere
  8. Woodsman

    Drugs

    Some places. I can't compare our place with yours as I don't have the figures but yes we in Canada are not immune to the problem.
  9. mudbutt

    Drugs

    Are illegal drugs a major problem in Canada as they are in the states ? I'm from a small town 14000 and it got bad around here a few years ago. Meth and such.
  10. Iron, tungsten is one of the heaviest metals. Two reasons and I would argue three reasons to use it. 1. It’s heavier than lead so your weights of equal weight value are lower profile and smaller. Great for flipping etc they don’t get caught up as much. 2. The increased density gives you extra feel. Drag a tungsten drop shot weight across bottom vs lead and there is a noticeable difference in feel and sensitivity. and finally 3. It’s better for the environment and also better for me to not be handling lead all of the time. I’m sure it’s not great that I handle lead weights and then eat sandwiches or chips on the boat. Tungsten won’t kill you.
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  12. Have thought about going this route a few years back, but not year round. I don't recall any rv park opening year round in Ontario. Have seen some in Alberta but they were most likely on a nightly basis for travellers. I'd think the cost of keeping all lines open wouldn't be worth it for them. Guessing insurance is a factor as well. Good luck in your search, but I agree with Big Cliff, look for land, it will be way cheaper in the long run.
  13. I've fished that area before from the kayak. This was the first time I got into those smaller bass, usually I get the bigger ones from the kayak. Still a nice place to fish.
  14. Tungsten is much denser than steel. So tungsten weights will be heavier than steels waits of the same size.
  15. I really envy you young fellows that know where and what to look for when it comes to wild mushrooms. The only one I ever harvest is puff balls, those I have fresh then dehydrate some for the fall/winter and I use that in sauces and soup. My other favorite wild harvests are leeks, fiddleheads, and wild rice. I would quite happily share some of my spots for the opportunity to add to my larder.
  16. Well, I have been doing some digging but I have to admit I didn't come up with much. I think the best advice I can give you is to call a real estate agent, they would have the tools to come up with a list for you. Personally I think I would just look at buying a piece of land.
  17. Bienvenue Derek. I think that might be welcome in French, I didn't pass French, ever. Hope you do well, good luck. The harder you work the luckier you get. Fishing weights must have come a long way since I used steel nuts as weights. OK guys, why Tungsten over steel etc.? Lead I know why not. I don't know how many years it's been since I bought fishing weights. That's not true, sorry, I bought some jigs from our Big Ugly at the Hamertown swap meet a few years ago.
  18. W5, ask, who, what, when, where and why and you will always get better answers.
  19. Same boat here. Always his work is neater than the Pro's. I've set up this thread so my wife can't see it. Akri you are right, the lakeshore of Erie and other Great Lakes was a mess this spring. The shoreline erosion is big news everywhere. Large chunks of ice the size of VW's bent super duty steel stairways and railings on breakwalls 15 feet above the new lake level. The shoreline restoration contractors out here are booked for the next 2 years. A great profession for some younger folks to get into. If lake levels stay as is, and the scientists say it wont be changing for the foreseeable future actually some say for a generation, shoreline restoration and protection will last someone enough work for a lifetime. Cost me over 5 grand last summer to repair and bolster our breakwall, and I got a deal because I pulled both permits. A $1500.00 savings.
  20. Fantastic day you had there. Good video. We live on the lakeshore of Erie. The smaller ones, 12 to 16" or so seem to be in close all summer, all day sometimes. We call them greenies and if you ever considered eating Smallmouth those are the ones to eat. And when they are active they will hit anything that moves. My favorite for them is a smaller Mepps Black Fury or a 3" Pinns Minnow bait. They aren't all small either, the bigger Moma's will chase bait towards the shore in the evening just before dusk. When they are hitting we have a 30 cast contest, my Buddy Groundy holds the record, 30 casts/25 hits and 22 Smallies landed, and not all greenies. Tell me that ain't fun. Make sure you wash well after you are walking in that water. I got a bad infection like Athletes Foot that lasted a week or more and hurt like a sonavagun. Also got an ear infection from snorkelling in the lake so bad it ruptured an eardrum. The side of my face was swollen like I went a few rounds with Iron Mike. That was really bad.
  21. that's a sweet spot. haul a lawn chair out there, and yer golden lol. always amazed at the size Sheephead grow to, compared to bass, at least.
  22. Nice, actually 60 years ago , when dad used to rent a 16' cedar strip from Ray's Boat Livery and put his green 5 1/2 Johnson Seahorse on the back, we found the other end of that breakwall , down across from the lighthouse a better spot, caught my first 3 pounder there. There is also an late evening fishery for pickeral, inshore, trolling just off that breakwall from the shipping channel east to where you are.
  23. hi there SINKER, the one she caught & one other, were caught on a pickerel harness with dew worms, the other was with a berkley 3in. pink worm powerbait. trolling real slow or just drifting ?
  24. Nice, Haliburton has some of the best eating bows around. Years ago we used to hit up Beanpole Lake just northeast of there, but I see it is no longer an option on the stocking list as the public has lost access to it and there hasn't been any recent stocking. Original Delphin Alligators were my go to lure there.
  25. Nice. I love those inland bows. Awesome fighters, and great eating too. What did you catch it on? S.
  26. we caught 3, this was the biggest, my nephew's wife has the honor. Christine.eml
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