Yes indeed. We actually bought it together. We wedged the pontoon boat into that lift last fall and hoisted it out of the water. Unfortunately the water came up so much this spring, the pontoon couldn't float with the rising levels. There wasn't much that we could do opening weekend except wait for the water to drop and then assess the damage. It's mainly a garbage hauler so no big loss for a $500 boat/motor.
I forgot to post this but I got a jake during season B north of Princeton on some private land. I had been hunting this flock of birds for 3 seasons now. I hear and/or see them every day, but simply could not get a legal bearded turkey to come within range. Finally, a hen came walking out with a jake and I dusted the jake on the 4th day of my hunt. There's plenty of birds there, including several mature toms, so I intend to keep hunting there in the future as long as I can obtain permission. The weather was downright terrible. I had one nice morning of sunshine and then it was windy, rainy, and raw for days. Saturday morning even produced a heavy summer-type down pour. I was so thankful to be hunting in a blind. I also saw a fair amount of other wildlife in four days, including deer, pheasants, a pair of raccoons, and a coyote.
I have questions about the following hypothetical. Buy used boat and trailer from Iowa Resident. Would need to transfer, and I have not done before. Duck boat, may occasionally fish out of it. Technically 15'11 1/2" long. Will have motor. Do I need a title? Does it need registration?
Same for trailer. Need a title? Need Registration? License Plate?
Thank you for any help.
Sight fished this one, also got a 19" off a bed with a senko but didn't get a picture because my phone died. Length was 14" for the one in the photo. Haven't been able to get out much recently, but I should be able to go Saturday.
Sizes caught matched most recent survey very closely - a lot of 12-14" fish with a few 15". Three to six feet of water against rocky shoreline at dusk was very productive. Fish still discharging milt. Should continue to be great fishing for next couple weeks along shoreline.