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    TEST - Reply Please

    There appears to be something wrong on the forum.

    I have not seen a new post in about a week.

    If you see this new thread, please post a reply.

    Hoping this forum is still running Okay.

    BT

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    I think people are just depressed to be putting the boats up for winter. I know I am.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GoVols View Post
    I think people are just depressed to be putting the boats up for winter. I know I am.
    We're having a perfect week here to be on the water if only the boat were still in the water.
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    ---if only there was WATER...

    This is my harbor, one of 3 sets of docks. The ends of the dock fingers are tied together with bracing that is 5' below the water's surface. Once you factor in the depth of the mud---

    the water is only knee-deep right now...

    NEED SNOW!!!

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    Whew!!

    Thought this place was broken.

    Guess it is the season to NOT think about boating.

    Thanks for posting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frantically Relaxing View Post
    ---if only there was WATER...

    That sucks!!

    Big time!!!

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    Even here in the PNW people are putting there boats up for the winter. I pulled mine out last week and it is now in storage. I hate fishing in the rain.

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    Extra nice in south Florida at this time. 88 degrees yesterday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fork-lift-king View Post
    Extra nice in south Florida at this time. 88 degrees yesterday.
    Actually, I was talking to a buddy South of Tampa, they were complaining that it 90 degrees.

    Nice thing about the Florida Panhandle, we do get seasons, but our vessels are always ready.
    Nothing like a long boat ride, on a cold day, with the heat on.
    Last edited by BananaTom; 11-03-2015 at 10:53 AM.

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    90 degrees in Okeechobee Fl. yesterday, It set a new record.

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