Weedwacker wrote:My God, so glad your all ok.
Must admit, I consider my self very safe and friends give me crap about it, but things like this are in my mind every time I go out.
Good job with vest and kill switch lanyard .
ByersFarm wrote:Remember that God will not test us beyond what we can handle.
Botiz630 wrote:I'm as tame as a show pony.
assateague wrote:I'm not THAT cheap.
sorensonhs wrote:Yeah on my trip home I was trying to add up all the weight. We were definitely over. I always hunt with guys around the 170 lb range so when ya change it up to 350+ and 250 I didn't factor it in like I should have. We had 5 dozen mals, 6 fb mals, 10 honkers, 2 doz honker shells, and 2 doz reel geese plus blind bags and guns. And a heavy mud motor as some one stated but the boat is rated for a 45 hp outboard, was pretty close in weight. And the 67 lb marsh rat across the front.
SOMDcRAB wrote:that is one reason i love that fact i hunt out of a carolina skiff. even if it does take on water it wont sink, so if need be we have something to hang on to so everyone in my party can stay together, i will now be buying a heat blanket and keep it with me. I hear so many stories about people capsizing. i always have my life jacket on, and use the kill feather. glad to hear your ok.
killwoodies101 wrote:your a dudshe bag! You dont own the river your dont own any property around it.. Its just as mush mine and any other tom **** and harry's as it is yours !! get a life share what is yours or stop hunting
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