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In Topic: Where are the fish? South shore conspiracy? Maybe - Lake Nipissing

11 December 2019 - 06:53 AM


In Topic: Rigging Up Your Canoe For Fishing

19 August 2019 - 05:40 AM

Very true.  Any kind of motorized boat needs a license.  As well as being extra weight I have found the outriggers are a bit of drawback on slender rivers.  I mostly use it for fishing in my back yard on Nipissing.

I've never used those pontoon things but I can see how they could help but I really only use the canoe when it's portage trip and just more to carry. 


I personally always liked a canoe with the tri keel lines because I found them to be very stable compared to everything else not that I have ever really had a problem.


And don't forget if you run a trolling motor like I do so I don't have to paddle you are required to have your boaters card on you. 

In Topic: Rigging Up Your Canoe For Fishing

06 August 2019 - 07:01 AM

Thanks, BRMZ.  In another forum it was pointed out that the safety equipment that I list as legally required is actually more than is legally required.  I think it never hurts to have more safety equipment than less.  Here are the legal requirements:


Rowing Shells•
Other Human-Powered Boats

1.One (1) lifejacket or PFD foreach person on board
2.One (1) reboarding device (See Note 1)
3.One (1) buoyant heaving line at least 15 m (49’3”) long

If boat is over 6 m

4.One (1) watertight flashlight
5.Six (6) flares of Type A, B, C or D, only two (2) can be Type D.(See Note 2)
6.One (1) bailer OROne manual bilge pump (See Note 3) OR Bilge-pumping arrangements
7.One (1) sound-signalling device or appliance
8.Navigation lights(See Note 4)
9.One (1) magnetic compass(See Note 5)
10.One (1) radar reflector

Note 1: *If everyone on board is wearing a lifejacket or a PFD of appropriate size, you are only required to carry :
1) a sound-signalling device; and.
2) a watertight flashlight if the boat is used after sunset or before sunrise or in periods of restricted visibility."

In Topic: Gearing up for extreme bug conditions.

04 July 2019 - 11:41 AM

You did crack me up. Thank you. 


Thanks, Brmz!

In Topic: Gearing up for extreme bug conditions.

30 June 2019 - 01:08 AM

good tips and a good laugh.

Thanks, Sunfish.