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Old 03-08-2006, 12:08 PM
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This weekend looks to be the first break in the weather... 75 on Sunday

Anyone breaking out the boat for the first run...?? I am considering it, but I think it could still be a gamble with the way the weather is around here... 3 more weeks until its pretty much safe... But I'd hate to pass on a perfectly good Sunday...

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I will be boating this weekend. If the rain stays away, probably Sat and Sunday.
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I'll be out ....which day depends on the weather. The f*cking forcast has been changing about every three hours.

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Yeah I have noticed that as well...WTF...

Do you guys keep your boats outside or do have a heated garage or something...?? I just don't want to have to deal with rewinterizing the boat if the weather turns bad again...
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I would love to put it in the water this weekend, but its still up at american performance marine getting some work done. I've always kept them outside winterized and under a tarp, but I think this year I'm gonna buy one of those metal carports to put the new boat under.
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Yeah I have noticed that as well...WTF...

Do you guys keep your boats outside or do have a heated garage or something...?? I just don't want to have to deal with rewinterizing the boat if the weather turns bad again...
I keep mine indoors in Lorton, VA
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Ahhh... So you don't have to worry about Winterization...

I think it will probably be ok... But could turn into a huge pain in the A$$ if it does get real cold again...
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Ahhh... So you don't have to worry about Winterization...

I think it will probably be ok... But could turn into a huge pain in the A$$ if it does get real cold again...
The old timers always say that you'll be fine after St. Patties Day in our area. You can always put a droplight in the bilge. What boat do you have?
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I hope to be out Friday night at Mikes Crab House and a little running the rest of the weekend.
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32 Sunsation... 496 HO's... They have pumps on them so you can pump the water out... So I should be able to just get by with that should it get real cold again I'd guess...??
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