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coralee

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About coralee

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  • Birthday 06/17/1954

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    Bob
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    Holland MI

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  1. Closing all the docks because some didn't abide by the rules makes as much sense as closing all the roads because some disobey the speed laws. I hope we have not suck so low as to punish all for the crime of a few. Plus I was on the Detroit River this spring using a busy launch and there were no crowds (gathered together). Yes its busy but guys are in their car or boat and the dnr can easily deal with too many in a boat. I hope also that people are not relying on the government or the media for the latest and best info. They said the quarantine was to "flatten the curve" so not to overwhelm the hospitals. Well they laid off most people I know including my sister. As of Last Tuesday Michigan was only using just under half of their ventilators and even NY with all their belly aching and screaming to the feds for more has a surplus and have sent some to other states. This is a control issue, a constitutional issue, and a political issue now along with the health. If we don't hold to our freedoms and rights we will face a future much worse than a CCP virus.
  2. Its referring to all Americans not just fishermen and the attack on our rights far outweighs fishing. You are missing the suffering this is causing in many other ways than illness. This is one way to draw a line in the sand against government overreach which history and current world events show always ends up badly. Do you not believe poverty has a huge impact on many including health wise? Be glad if you can weather the storm well because many can't. And if you believe all the government says about this and that they are not prone to "never let a crises go to waste" well??? As of now its looking like less may die from this than the 2018 flu. Car accidents??? should we to let people ever drive again? PS I'm NOT against safe measures like stay at home as much as possible especially if vulnerable, masks, social distancing, washing. All good to practice right now.
  3. I have one as my chute rigger, strong and fast.
  4. try Aaron @ Lakeshore firearms and tackle and see if he has any in stock--Saugatuck
  5. I don't see the string of temps only surface on the PS buoy, is it missing this year?
  6. Your title says June, your post says May--can be a big difference, I'm assuming June like the title states. If so I agree with FBD
  7. Not sure where to post this as I don't see a forum for perch but anyway Muskegon lake is very good right now for perch fishing for anyone interested in late season fishing. Pic is from last week and M-W of this week was even better with limits of perch. They are traveling around but deep water along the edges has been best. Minnows and spikes.
  8. Motor Guide X15, 60" shaft, 105# Thrust in like new condition. Includes remote, wireless foot control, and the Pinpoint gateway Kit. Links to products below. Aprox cost new X15 1865, gateway 250 and quick release bracket 85 plus tax is about 2300 new. I bought this new last summer. Pick up just south of Holland or I can meet anywhere within 25 miles of Holland. text6168364327or pm $1490.00
  9. Just got back from Sterling on Lake Erie. 1st stop was Jeffs Bait shop who set me up for an incredible walleye adventure. everything I needed including where to fish. Highly recommended small bait shop.
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