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  1. If you want to save The Pacific Salmon watch this video. https://vimeo.com/452851661
  2. Miox MSR water purifier . Never been used batteries are good . Uses rock salt Free GONE
  3. try amazon .ca https://www.amazon.ca/s?k=slam+latch&crid=2F2VOW7XCZNJ7&sprefix=slam%2Caps%2C184&ref=nb_sb_ss_i_4_4
  4. I have been supporting this lottery for years.The boat and truck are the main reason I buy them.I had received a letter saying I had won a $180.00 jig set. Hopefully somebody made a mistake when the value was put on their website.There are 104 pieces , 30 are bell sinkers. The estimated value maybe $30.00. Place that on website and I would not be posting this here. The OFAH does a lot of good for the sport of hunting and fishing. I will still buy the tickets every year a look forward for the May draw. Lindquist Bros. Jig & Sinker Accessory Package $180.80
  5. Anybody looking for 350 yamaha new outboard motor and willing to pick up on West coast. Two available at auction. Starting bid $10000.00 each. https://www.gcsurplus.ca/mn-eng.cfm?snc=wfsav&sc=enc-bid&scn=299132&lcn=446459&lct=L&srchtype=&lci=&str=1&ltnf=1&frmsr=1&sf=ferm-clos
  6. Our stove did the same thing.Replaced control knob and it works fine. Easy fix if its only the switch on stove .
  7. If you go to White Lake Provincial Park, great walleye fishing.
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    I was looking at 2017 fishing regulations.On it it says anybody under 18 does not require fishing licence.In the past regulations it always said anybody under 18 and over 65 does not require a licence. I know they were talking about charging seniors . Just wondering if anybody knows whats going on.
  9. I've used anchor line marine on 35 before Fenelon turnoff. Always found Gord reasonable .
  10. Hello 60 Minutes is running their investigation into salmon farming in British Columbia this Sunday night, May 11, 2014. Please check local listings to find out exactly what time it will air in your region. It was a great honour to meet Dr. Sanjay Gupta, a remarkable man. I hope this international spotlight allows Americans to better understand the consequences of the farmed salmon sushi on their plates. The reason companies from Norway are using the BC coast to raise Norwegian salmon is inexpensive access to the American consumer. Please watch with me on Sunday. You can view the trailer and comment on the CBS website I have provided links on my blog http://alexandramorton.typepad.com/alexandra_morton/
  11. Cabelas coming to Barrie http://www.cabelas.ca/news/40/cabelas-announces-plans-for-four-new-stores
  12. The gear is getting stuck and and won't release needs a few drops of oil.
  13. Go to home depot they have scatter rugs (outdoor carpet) I think 8x10 for $20.00 same carpet that's on the rolls and they carry the glue .
  14. A friend of mine portages in Algonquin and brings a small battery which he bought from a medical supplier. I can buy an adapter and use a deep cycle battery for mine but my apnea is not that bad .
  15. At low trolling speeds will loose depth reading will go from 80 ft to 6ft lower readings.Usually happens in rougher water. Eventually returns back to normal depth. Do I need new transducer one year old. Tried lowering it , resetting to default and I contacted Hummingbird they said it might be transducer. Has anybody had this problem its a 587ci
  16. Just picked up 12guage from Shortwave in Port Credit.
  17. I bought a Ctek when they were on sale.I also have a crapie tire deep cycle charger.My battery was left on and drained completely over 2 month period.I tried charging it with the deep cycle charger but could not get a full charge after 2 days.I heard about the Ctek and that week it came on sale.Within 2 hrs the battery was fully charged.I am still using the deep cycle battery after 2 years of fishing.
  18. Bernard Herbert "Red" Fisher (18 February 1914 – 5 May 2006)[1] was an American sporting goods retailer, U.S. naval and United States Coast Guard officer, newspaper columnist, and poet. He later became a popular radio and television personality in Canada. He is not to be confused with Montreal Gazette sports columnist, Red Fisher. Fisher was inducted into the U.S. based "Fishing Hall Of Fame" in 1948. When he moved to Canada, he launched a popular radio talk show program The Red Fisher Show in 1963, which moved to television in 1968. The TV version was set at fictitious "Scuttlebutt Lodge" and featured silent home movies of outdoors activities, often fishing, which involved high profile guests, mainly from the major league sports of the era. These included ice hockey stars Gordie Howe, Eddie Shack, and Johnny Bower, and baseball legends Ted Williams, Roger Maris and Ferguson Jenkins. The Red Fisher Show differed from other outdoor living shows of its time by promoting nature conservation, game preservation and the "catch and release" mentality. The series continued until 1989, making it among the longest-running on CTV. At the same time, his weekly column, Outdoor Topics, was read in over 180 newspapers. In 1971, Fisher's first book of poems, Poems Of Our Great Outdoors, was published and distributed. Red would famously give each guest on his show a copy of these poems. Three volumes of Poems Of Our Great Outdoors were released, each one simply adding more poems to the previous collection. Red released a record on Saga Records also called Poems of Our Great Outdoors in which he read his poems to a symphonic background. In 2000, Red Fisher released a collection of stories and anecdotes from his life called Tight Lines and Tall Tales. A portion of the profits were donated to outdoor conservation efforts. Fisher died in Chatham, Ontario at the age of 92. Red fisher is credited for introducing the open-faced spinning reel to North America and, as a result, was inducted into the Fishing Hall of Fame
  19. Spoonpullers best site for Lake Ontario. Stay away from ebay unless you know what you are buying a lot of bad deals out there. Ask questions.Look for fishing partner who has had some experience. Good luck this spring.
  20. While canoeing the Missinabi north of Mattice in the 70s we thought we cornered a bear cub on small island .Turned out it was a wolverine it came straight at us and forced the six us to give way once we realized what it was.
  21. I own 2003 50 horse no problem.Replaced impeller last year did not need to.Only problem you have to give it time to warm up in cold weather.Great motor.
  22. Alexander Morton has been fighting for the survival of BC wild salmon stocks for years. The Cohen Inquiry is now on in BC but finally DFO information has been released backing her fears. http://alexandramorton.typepad.com/
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