Speaking as a true born and raised Southerner, that has made home in the distant North East and must endure too many months of stairing at a boat in pretty blue shrink wrap..... Treppie, that just aint right. LOL
Ken - So when is Tracker/Nitro going to start putting Ice Breakers on the front of boats?
Cass - I'm the opposite, born/raised Yankee only in the south 10 years, but I wouldn't trade it!
Jeff - You keep fishing till it ice overs!!!
Scott - Now is that anyway to talk to your partner??? OK, i'll tell you what, we got a cold front comming thru tomorrow (Thurs) so by Friday it won't hit 60! Might have to winterize that Tracker after all LOL
I do feel for you northerners, and I mean that! 25 years in the Midwest (Indianapolis, IN) and East (Pomtonlakes, NY and I know how you feel!
Rob - If your moving the Rally to February you might as well move the lake south! Lainer would be fine or we could go farther south to Florida, where we'll need our sunblock and bermuda shorts.
Rick - I'm closer to 75 comming from Tenn., but you can get to me from 85. Though if you come down 85 you'll pass on the left side the NEW Bass Pro Shops and wing right past Rich Stern's house!. And a few times a year I do get the reminder of that cold weather, we do get a half dozen snow's a year, but the Tracker is always garaged so it's SAFE. I've got my priorities straight, my new wagon stays outside but the Boat gets a garage!
Hey guys I found a way to keep from winterizing my boat. I retired and go to South Florida in the winter , return north in the spring. I would recomend this type of winterizing to all my northern friends. See you all when the ice goes out