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  1. Contact Lloyd Daume. U and Me Guide Service out of Newcastle. I think he is, or was a member here too. He is on Facebook. Great guy, always on fish, and nice an close for you. S.
  2. Pretty quiet in here now, eh? LOL S.
  3. Theres lots of video of this fish for all you armchair measuring scientists. Its legit. S.
  4. Mine are direct to a dedicated battery that just runs my graphs. S.
  5. I've lost track of what goes where anymore. I have both kinds, and a couple humminbirds too. Then theres the bin of boat transducers, then the suction cup ones.....too much stuff, I never use, but just don't really want to sell. S.
  6. Best meat pies around. They also process wild game into meat pies. They've taken plenty of my money!! S.
  7. Yep, I don't care what anyone with a drill battery says, if your drilling through thick ice, in cold conditions, gas is the only way to go. I bought an ion, and I'm not super impressed by it. It does its job, but its too much money. I have a model 30 jiffy that does just fine, runs like a top, and has never leaked a drop of gas anywhere that now sits in my garage doing nothing, just to justify the purchase of going electric. Now, add up the cost of drill ($3-500), clam plate ($120), and auger ($200) and you have 2 brand new gas augers. I have buyers remorse after shelling out big bucks for my Ion. All that said, for the conditions we get here in southern Ontario, an electric auger does fine most of the time. S.
  8. Most people over cook anything seafood. Glad you enjoyed. S.
  9. Once the pot boils over the first time, the second and third only take a minute. Works the same on a propane burner. S.
  10. If you happen to have a few extra white fish and or trout that you don't need I'd sure love to try them in my new smoker when I get home. Just cut the fillets off leaving the skin and ribs in them and I'll do the rest 🙂

  11. We always did our clams on a fire on the beach. Nothing added to the pot but clams and a tight lid. When the clams open, it adds just enough salt water to the pot to steam them. We'd let it boil over, remove the lid to simmer it down, then put the lid back on. Do that 3 times and they are done. Add nothing, eat them just like that. Sooooo good! We do mussels the same way. S.
  12. A side by side with a roof rack for the boat would be my choice. Then get some of those clamp on the bench seats for your back. S.
  13. Very cool Lew. Its amazing the wildlife you have there. S.
  14. I've only ever been a passenger in one, on the ice, in winter. It was decent, but slow. The ride was brutal. Everything got banged around, including passengers. Other than that, they go anywhere you point them. I know a few guys who use them for moose hunting, with tracks, and there's almost no stopping them. S.
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