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Fishing Reports & Tips / Re: Knarly Doood
« Last post by Fisherdv on Today at 08:43:14 AM »
They should have never been out there. Whalers won’t sink, but they can still flip
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Fishing Reports & Tips / Re: Knarly Doood
« Last post by AlexB on Today at 08:40:25 AM »
I used to want a Boston Whaler, but I’ve seen way to many capsize reports. Now I want an Arima....


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Fishing Reports & Tips / Re: Knarly Doood
« Last post by Fisherdv on Today at 07:38:06 AM »
Luckily those two in the 19 ft Boston Whaler were rescued. Both were NOT wearing life jackets! REALLY?
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Fishing Reports & Tips / Re: Knarly Doood
« Last post by Fisherdv on Today at 07:33:09 AM »
50-60 ft waves reported there yesterday
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Fishing Reports & Tips / Re: Knarly Doood
« Last post by Wiley on Today at 07:18:36 AM »
Boston whaler lost at Mavericks yesterday
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Open Forum / Re: Sudden Decision....
« Last post by Yachter Yat on Today at 05:42:26 AM »
   Good one, Croaker.  I'll have to remember that..........Especially when recommending changes Arima should make. (ha) 

Yat
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    Yeah, Fisher, I hear you.  Maybe a bit similar on this side.  That's why I got out of the Merrimack River.  Got a little "nutty". 

Yat
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Arima Life / Re: Weigh scales
« Last post by neild on Today at 03:03:05 AM »
How about an over complicated solution, it comes with a big if though...

IF you have a bathroom scale that you trust to be accurate, hook the fish scale on something above you, like a chin up bar and stand on the bathroom scale. By steadily pulling down on the fish scale you can test a range of weights by comparing what comes off the bathroom scale to what goes on the fish scale.

I went a step further and added some pulleys. (see my self portrait below)  :jester:

I realize this isn't really what you were asking for, but still wanted to weigh in.
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Fishing Reports & Tips / Re: Knarly Doood
« Last post by Croaker Stroker on Today at 12:10:03 AM »


On the positive side.... visibility is good.   :whistle:
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Arima Life / Re: Weigh scales
« Last post by neild on Yesterday at 11:55:37 PM »
So weight a 5 lb (2.27 kg for Kanuks) bag of sugar...  That should give you an idea of it's accuracy..


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