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    Cambridge, Ontario
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    Fishing, both river and boat....learning new techniques.I also enjoy golf and hockey.

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  1. Not so easy to do. And you have to use Aluminum flux paste. Most prop repairs are tig welded to avoid heat. Seen those advertised but never tried them...regular Aluminum rods are not easy to use with a torch, except a tig torch.
  2. DaveC

    Eyelet swap

    I can do it Tyler. Ive got some flex coat.
  3. https://itstillruns.com/adjust-outboard-motor-control-cables-5923297.html Also, check the actual throttle linkages as well. inside the motor.
  4. The cable should be secured, so that only the inside of the cable is moving, both at the motor and at the shifter. Usually they have an adjuster to take out any slack in the sheath over the cable. The actual outer shell of the cable could be moving and you don't want that. So check it at the motor, and the shifter to see only the inner cable moves. IF the outer liner of the cable is not moving then yes...could be stretched, doubt that's the problem though. You don't need to run it to check the movement of the cable from forward to neutral to reverse.
  5. No its not in the middle, its below the power plant alongside the canal trail.
  6. https://www.northernontario.travel/sault-ste-marie/gone-fishing-four-seasons-of-fly-fishing-in-the-st-marys-rapids
  7. Love fishing Florida. Any of the pass along side the rocks will have snook. They hammer shrimp. One of my favorite fish with their hard strikes and good fight. Ive also caught them on the beach surf casting if you find some structure. The rock jetties are the best for them...and they will not wander far from them...when they do, they are dolphin lunch. Good luck, let us know how you make out.
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    Port Burwell

    friends I know have been limiting out in 30-40 ft of water 5 guys in 2hours, last few weeks. I don't fish walleye much, but they sent me a few pics with a nice spread of fish. All with dipsey divers/body baits. They were telling me 2 hrs they were limited out. Must be a pile of fish out in the lake. Had couple of bows in the mix as well.
  9. yep, Id say its a size 14 boot. Lol. Great pics. Did you fish St Marys rapids at all? Any Idea how many gates were open?
  10. Its 11Km from Queenston to the Mouth. There is a private yacht club down at the mouth that I believe has pay per launch fees. Might be better option if you plan to fish the bar or mouth of river from the boat.
  11. https://www.theweathernetwork.com/ca/news/article/ootw-algae-forecast-predict-large-summer-harmful-algal-bloom-for-lake-erie
  12. No, too much on my plate right now. Hopefully soon...steelhead in about 3-4 weeks.
  13. those are cool Dave. I have some crayfish in olive I want try out. I find , at least in the past anyway that white also works well.
  14. Just been put on long term disability due to issues with my knees. Don't plan on returning to work, going to let that run its course and retire. Full time fishing is going to be where its at for me. Going to be nice not having to deal with crowds, and cant wait to hit the fall steelhead haunts during the week. Im going to chase some resident fish until then. Get out of bed now, and don't remember what day it is...lol. Can get around ok, just cant do the whirlpool and hikes like that anymore. More of a park n fish type of guy now...lol.
  15. Whitemans creek off the Grand, plenty of water to try further upstream. As always barbless is the way to go.
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