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Boat wet. Heart happy.

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AHHHH its orgasmic good haha grin.gif

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Mark I beat ya by 4 days. Would have been sooner but still waiting on trailer parts.

Water has to be pretty cold up there still hey?

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I'm sure it is. I didn't have my depth finder hooked up for the shakedown cruse. (I was breaking in the new anchor rope grin.gif) I'm off tomorrow and have all sorts of things I need to do. I've got 6 rods and 12 spools of new line to run out. I bought one of those cheap depth and temperature gauges so I want to see if that works. I ordered several new slip float systems that I want to dial in before opener. And I'm going to do some walleye fishing with the Aqua-Vu.

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    • AlwaysFishing23
      Looks fun Eyguy. As normal no time to get out but did just finish up cleaning and checking over the yak so maybe thats a sign. Haha.
    • AlwaysFishing23
        Yes sir! 8ft-9ft rods seem to work the best IMO.
    • AlwaysFishing23
      Yep James at tackle industries.
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