Just a reminder to guys that will be putting boats in the river or bay this weekend. When its as cold as its supposed ot be, the water dripping off your trailer quickly freezes to the ramp, making it dangerous for other guys putting in after you. It also makes it dangerous for you to get your boat back out when youre done if its still below freezing. Even if your truck has 4wd, a sheet of ice is a sheet of ice, especially with the weight of a trailered boat behind you dragging your truck into the river. Either get it out of the water quick, or let it drip off before you pull it all the way out.
Also, if we get the snow we are expecting, it would be mighty nice of you to bring a snow shovel with you to the ramp. Last year, myself, and 2 other strangers worth of boats all helped eachother clear a ramp of 6" of snow before any of us put boats in. I even left my half bag of salt at the ramp for the last guy to throw down so we didnt have a sheet of ice to come back to when we were done. Be nice to eachother out there, nobody needs to lose a truck in the river. I hear that kind of thing blocks up a ramp pretty bad when it happens.
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