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COLD & WARM WATER FISHING / Re: Rondout res reports 2017
« Last post by mikdin69 on Yesterday at 10:04:36 PM »
Nice pics.
Happy times.
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COLD & WARM WATER FISHING / Re: Rondout res reports 2017
« Last post by seadog8 on Yesterday at 07:24:56 PM »
thanks for the replies guys.
BTW, the bridge is out on RT 55, so there is a detour.
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COLD & WARM WATER FISHING / Re: Rondout res reports 2017
« Last post by MK on Yesterday at 06:28:58 PM »
That's a GREAT day Seadog, well done! Great pics too! 😊

MK
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GENERAL DISCUSSIONS / Re: Marine Deep Cycle Batteries
« Last post by MK on Yesterday at 06:26:05 PM »
What do you guys do during the winter to maintain your batteries?  Do you guys keep them on a maintainer/trickle charger all winter?

YES Inside out of the cold and on a maintainer.

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GENERAL DISCUSSIONS / Re: Marine Deep Cycle Batteries
« Last post by grnnesider on Yesterday at 05:25:12 PM »
They will be ok like that just make sure they are not frozen when you charge them
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COLD & WARM WATER FISHING / Re: Rondout res reports 2017
« Last post by Steve_J on Yesterday at 05:08:25 PM »
Very cool
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HUDSON RIVER STRIPER FISHING AND SALT WATER FISHING / Drifting worms.
« Last post by FishWhistle on Yesterday at 04:42:48 PM »
Sending this from my boat, worm drifting still good. I was surprised last wed when I went out to find Fishing still ok. Today it's awesome! Drifting the channel with blood worms landed 9 so far  biggest 36"
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COLD & WARM WATER FISHING / Re: Upton Lake Access
« Last post by stevem on Yesterday at 04:29:15 PM »
There is a sign on the tree at the end of the gentlemens driveway... Nice guy. see attatchment for photo
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GENERAL DISCUSSIONS / Re: Marine Deep Cycle Batteries
« Last post by Acton on Yesterday at 04:27:00 PM »
What do you guys do during the winter to maintain your batteries?  Do you guys keep them on a maintainer/trickle charger all winter?

YES Inside out of the cold and on a maintainer.

I have nowhere to store batteries like that in the winter on a charge.  I live with my in laws in a double wide.  Space is at a premium.  I'm renting a heated storage unit to store my new to me 25 HP Johnson during the winter for just that reason.  What about storing them in a heated storage unit and topping them off with a charge once a month?  Would that work? 
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GENERAL DISCUSSIONS / Re: Marine Deep Cycle Batteries
« Last post by grnnesider on Yesterday at 04:01:08 PM »
Never just charge for five or more hours that's what it says to do when I got mine i also do the same thing with my crank batteries
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