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We've got 2.5-3" with another 3" of snow/slush on top...lots of sleds out. Keep'er pinned or yer swimmin'!

we can stil get the boat out though... :whistling:

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Unless you have tracks you wont. haha I saw that once before just kept slipping, but at least they didn't sink.

As for that hovercraft hull, its s nice looking hull, how stuck can it possibly be, light is the key word with hovercrafts. That skirt is destroyed, needs props engines, mount, controls... umm everything.

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Unless you have tracks you wont. haha I saw that once before just kept slipping, but at least they didn't sink.

As for that hovercraft hull, its s nice looking hull, how stuck can it possibly be, light is the key word with hovercrafts. That skirt is destroyed, needs props engines, mount, controls... umm everything.

And they will SINK,buddy had one sink at the Bay of Quinte at Trenton few years ago sat on bottom for a week until he got it out.He broke through thin ice and tried to climb back on solid ice with it,the back end took on water and pulled it under.

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This is probabally going to sound like a dumb question, but where can I buy a spud? I'd like to check out Scugog out of Caserea tomorrow but there is no way I'm going out without one.

 

 

 

 

Course if someone wanted to tell me about a safer lake that I could go for crappie I wouldn't be opposed. :lol:

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This is probabally going to sound like a dumb question, but where can I buy a spud? I'd like to check out Scugog out of Caserea tomorrow but there is no way I'm going out without one.

 

 

 

 

Course if someone wanted to tell me about a safer lake that I could go for crappie I wouldn't be opposed. :lol:

I would get a proper spud.

http://www.lebaron.ca/pdf_files_fall12/clam_additions.pdf

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I checked the ice at the end of the island, as well as the east side of the island and right in port perry - found it quite inconsistent still. Lots of sled tracks, but I wouldn't be on it with any machines yet...

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This is probabally going to sound like a dumb question, but where can I buy a spud? I'd like to check out Scugog out of Caserea tomorrow but there is no way I'm going out without one.

 

 

 

 

Course if someone wanted to tell me about a safer lake that I could go for crappie I wouldn't be opposed. :lol:

I saw a bunch at CTC yesterday in a bin.. nice lookin ones for 15 bucks

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