Thought I had a Trident

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I guess now that Demonic got his Trident we can take over and all make this a positive boating thread? :)
 
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I have a Sea Ray 310. Your Yamaha is a very nice boat. If i didn't need a boat i could stay on for weekend's Id love to have one like yours. Mine is a little more work to haul down the road but i still manage it. With boats, u just need a couple different ones for each use! Kind of like fish tanks! Lol
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I actually looked at the sea Ray's first and my wife gave me the stink eye since she knew I would need her help loading/unloading. Maybe when I move back south somewhere with a Marina I will get a cabin cuddy or house boat.

But I do love those big Sea Rays
 

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I love them Walleyes
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Us walleye anglers think alike, same table and battery knife (best purchase ever for cleaning fish)

Where do you fish, my backyard is Lake Erie. I can see it out my window and my boat is docked about 10 min from my apartment so I can get out a lot. Fishing has been amazing the last 2 years. I caught those 5 in less than an hr running only 2 rods after work on Tue

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Us walleye anglers think alike, same table and battery knife (best purchase ever for cleaning fish)

Where do you fish, my backyard is Lake Erie. I can see it out my window and my boat is docked about 10 min from my apartment so I can get out a lot. Fishing has been amazing the last 2 years. I caught those 5 in less than an hr running only 2 rods after work on Tue

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Oh I wish I lived that close, I have a lot on Lake Sakakawea, it's about an hour from the house. Fish in the mornings and margaritas/beer with the neighbors for the remainder of the day. I enjoy being on the water just as much as looking at it through the glass walls.
 

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I actually looked at the sea Ray's first and my wife gave me the stink eye since she knew I would need her help loading/unloading. Maybe when I move back south somewhere with a Marina I will get a cabin cuddy or house boat.

But I do love those big Sea Rays
Well your problem then wasnt woth da wife but in your loading / unloading abilities . ....... i load and unload my boat by myself / if needed, way faster than most couples with a 16 foot fishing boat ......... they usually hold me up!
 
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Well your problem then wasnt woth da wife but in your loading / unloading abilities . ....... i load and unload my boat by myself / if needed, way faster than most couples with a 16 foot fishing boat ......... they usually hold me up!
Yeah, where I live people aren’t very patient and can get ugly quickly. F I had a marina slip, endless options
 

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Yeah, where I live people aren’t very patient and can get ugly quickly. F I had a marina slip, endless options
I do dry stack, I give the marina an hrs notice and my boat is in the water ready to go. They have a ton of guest slips as well so we stay in the water a lot when the weather is nice. It’s the best of both worlds we get the benefit of our boat not getting as dirty and we can spend the night on it if we want.

Our marina is right on the harbor in downtown Cleveland so I can be on the lake in minutes

 
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I do dry stack, I give the marina an hrs notice and my boat is in the water ready to go. They have a ton of guest slips as well so we stay in the water a lot when the weather is nice. It’s the best of both worlds we get the benefit of our boat not getting as dirty and we can spend the night on it if we want.

Our marina is right on the harbor in downtown Cleveland so I can be on the lake in minutes

Lucky dog
 

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Same thing happened to me as @Demonic yesterday with SaltwaterAquarium.com. Had everything set to go for the 12pm release, was logged into PayPal for fast checkout, refreshed page every second or so at 11:59, product dropped, had it in my cart, checked out and guess what? NO TRIDENT!

I think I’m going too far with this. I need to just wait out the crowds and try again in a few months. Probably when I don’t even want or need the thing anymore.
 
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That’s what I’m doing, I will probably wait till the end of summer although this is the time I do get lazy with testing

Len
In the meantime while I wait for my trident, I’ll just keep filling coolers which these guys

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Do you always bleed them? Have you noticed a taste difference
Yeah we always bleed them I feel they taste better and they are also easier to clean. I went out on my friends boat (a nice 28’ center counsel) so we cut them and throw them on the floor before we put them in the cooler

 

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