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gaspumper last won the day on September 30 2018

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  1. Is the Lowrance LMS 350 gps puck the same one if so I have a couple of them.
  2. And Paul Mueller caught a 7lb 13 oz. smallmouth also earlier in the tournament.
  3. Traeger has a good Jerk rub,some Home Hardware's carry there seasonings.
  4. ALL PUBLIC BOAT LAUNCHES CLOSED Keeping in line with the closure of city facilities, all public boat launches in Quinte West will be closed until further notice. For a full list of all closures in Quinte West, check out our response page here: https://bit.ly/3c2z9gm
  5. Its the me and I people that thinks they are special
  6. Napanee closed there launches today. Please be advised that due to the COVID-19 emergency, all municipally-owned boat launches within Greater Napanee will be closed as of Wednesday, April 1, 2020 for public use until further notice.
  7. If your not part of the solution your part of the problem.
  8. THUNDER BAY - The province of Ontario is extending its declaration of emergency and closing all outdoor recreational areas to the public in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19. In a release issued late Monday evening, the province announced a new emergency order under the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act to close all outdoor recreational amenities effective immediately. The order will see parks, playgrounds, sports fields, basketball and tennis courts, off-leash dog parks, beaches, skateboard and BMX parks, picnic areas, community gardens, condo parks, and other outdoor recreational amenities closed to the public. Green spaces in parks and trail areas will remain open but the public is being reminded to practice proper social distancing. All provincial parks and conservation areas also remain closed. “I made a commitment to be open and upfront about what we need to do as a province to beat this virus," said Premier Doug Ford. "Based on the best medical advice available, we are taking further steps today to protect the health and safety of all Ontarians by closing outdoor recreational amenities. We all need to work together and do our part to stop COVID-19 by staying home, practising physical distancing, and avoiding social gatherings." The province is also extending its declaration of emergency implemented on March 17, which included orders closing all non-essential businesses, prohibiting social gatherings greater than five people, and implementing off-peak electricity pricing. The order will be extended until April 13, 2020. “We are acting on the best advice of our Chief Medical Officer of Health and other leading public health officials across the province" said Christine Elliott, Deputy Premier and Minister of Health. "We will continue to take decisive action to stop the spread of COVID-19 and protect Ontarians' health and wellbeing.”
  9. Good for you Cliff, I wish a lot more people would think this way,I haven't been out of the house in 10 days.
  10. X2 on ethernet cable.When you do a speed test use ethernet cable also.
  11. Beer and liquor stores to remain open,they won't close them because they will loose to much tax money.
  12. Get back to Canada while you still can: Feds The federal government urged Canadians abroad to return home while they still have a chance as countries impose tighter restrictions.
  13. While engaged in angling activities during open season, as defined in the Ontario Fishery Regulations made under the Fisheries Act (Canada), pursuant to a valid fishing or fishing/hunting outdoors card and a valid sport fishing validation tag, both issued under the Fish and Wildlife Conservation Act, 1997, and while travelling on Crown or other public land directly to or from the area open for angling, within the meaning of the Fisheries Act (Canada), if the trail is the only access route from the closest road to the area open for angling or is the only safe access route to the area open for angling.
  14. If you live near the border crossing at Thousand Island, you could order what you want and have it sent to Wellesley island bldg supply,(It's the Homehardware building supply )10 min south of border crossing, they charge you $5.00 cdn for handling .I've ordered things and picked them up there several times.
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