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Very nice. You seem to have come up with an excellent solution for displaying your registration stickers on the inflatable


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DJ-
Glad to see you're being law-abidding with the boat registration - but you don't need them unless you have your motor on, and the registration sticker is suppose to be on the port side[emoticon]

Seriously, you mention a pressue guage - what is it and what type of valves does your inflatible have? Horse Thief is on my list of fishing places, but haven't made it there yet. Paul

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whazoo wrote:

What kind of bike do you have ... I'm thinking of that set-up also ..

Don't tell that the Whazoo is getting too old / tired / lazy to hike??
(or would a bike just be a way out of a REALLY bad road?)


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middlecalf wrote:

DJ-
Glad to see you're being law-abidding with the boat registration - but you don't need them unless you have your motor on, and the registration sticker is suppose to be on the port side[emoticon]

Seriously, you mention a pressue guage - what is it and what type of valves does your inflatible have? Horse Thief is on my list of fishing places, but haven't made it there yet. Paul


Since we're being picky, there's no invasive species permit on that either. I'm turning you in!

DJ - I haven't been to Horsethief since college (back when Warm lake was still hot), but I pass it about once a year on the way to Deadwood.


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~DJ~ wrote:

middlecalf wrote:

DJ-
Glad to see you're being law-abidding with the boat registration - but you don't need them unless you have your motor on, and the registration sticker is suppose to be on the port side[emoticon]

Seriously, you mention a pressue guage - what is it and what type of valves does your inflatible have? Horse Thief is on my list of fishing places, but haven't made it there yet. Paul


I can't tell if you are kidding or not but the boat #'s have to go on each side. I know I don't need them without the motor. Since I left the boat down at the lake each night I thought someone may think twice about stealing a registered boat with some kind of serial number!!! It seemed to work!!! [emoticon]

The gauge is similar to this. Except I got mine at the local Army Navy for 12 bucks. I don't recall the name of the valves but they work great. Two locking rings. loosen the outer to fill and no air escapes the boat until you loosen the 2nd ring.

Almost serious, as I meant the registration decal (the one with the "09" on it, that goes on the port side (along with the invasive species fund sticker), and the registration numbers on both sides.

DOH[emoticon] - I just set up my boat, and the "09" sticker is on both sides. I have no idea what I was thinking. So ignore everything I've ever said, I can't be trusted. I'm thinking of maybe politics, eh?[emoticon]

But I do have Boston valves on my inflatible (no, really, the truth this time), so I'll have to keep looking for a guage that works with them.

Good luck on Deadwood, I was there the week after Father's Day, Kokanee everywhere to about 13 inches, cutthroat near/in the river mouth (truth again, maybe).


I thought I was the only one with those brain f@rts!!! LOL

Yeah, Boston Valves. That is the name!!!! [emoticon]


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middlecalf wrote:

DJ-
Glad to see you're being law-abidding with the boat registration - but you don't need them unless you have your motor on, and the registration sticker is suppose to be on the port side[emoticon]

Seriously, you mention a pressue guage - what is it and what type of valves does your inflatible have? Horse Thief is on my list of fishing places, but haven't made it there yet. Paul


I can't tell if you are kidding or not but the boat #'s have to go on each side. I know I don't need them without the motor. Since I left the boat down at the lake each night I thought someone may think twice about stealing a registered boat with some kind of serial number!!! It seemed to work!!! [emoticon]

The gauge is similar to this. Except I got mine at the local Army Navy for 12 bucks. I don't recall the name of the valves but they work great. Two locking rings. loosen the outer to fill and no air escapes the boat until you loosen the 2nd ring.

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Camp, Forrest, Camp! wrote:

middlecalf wrote:

DJ-
Glad to see you're being law-abidding with the boat registration - but you don't need them unless you have your motor on, and the registration sticker is suppose to be on the port side[emoticon]

Seriously, you mention a pressue guage - what is it and what type of valves does your inflatible have? Horse Thief is on my list of fishing places, but haven't made it there yet. Paul


Since we're being picky, there's no invasive species permit on that either. I'm turning you in!

DJ - I haven't been to Horsethief since college (back when Warm lake was still hot), but I pass it about once a year on the way to Deadwood.


I'm headed to Deadwood on Monday. But I am taking this boat!!
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~DJ~ wrote:

middlecalf wrote:

DJ-
Glad to see you're being law-abidding with the boat registration - but you don't need them unless you have your motor on, and the registration sticker is suppose to be on the port side[emoticon]

Seriously, you mention a pressue guage - what is it and what type of valves does your inflatible have? Horse Thief is on my list of fishing places, but haven't made it there yet. Paul


I can't tell if you are kidding or not but the boat #'s have to go on each side. I know I don't need them without the motor. Since I left the boat down at the lake each night I thought someone may think twice about stealing a registered boat with some kind of serial number!!! It seemed to work!!! [emoticon]

The gauge is similar to this. Except I got mine at the local Army Navy for 12 bucks. I don't recall the name of the valves but they work great. Two locking rings. loosen the outer to fill and no air escapes the boat until you loosen the 2nd ring.

Almost serious, as I meant the registration decal (the one with the "09" on it, that goes on the port side (along with the invasive species fund sticker), and the registration numbers on both sides.

DOH[emoticon] - I just set up my boat, and the "09" sticker is on both sides. I have no idea what I was thinking. So ignore everything I've ever said, I can't be trusted. I'm thinking of maybe politics, eh?[emoticon]

But I do have Boston valves on my inflatible (no, really, the truth this time), so I'll have to keep looking for a guage that works with them.

Good luck on Deadwood, I was there the week after Father's Day, Kokanee everywhere to about 13 inches, cutthroat near/in the river mouth (truth again, maybe).

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