I have been using cans for years, its just soo much cheeper. I have 4 five gal. Racing cans and a large funnel that's bent on a 45 (made for the old cars with the filler behind the lic plate) Its well worth getting good racing cans instead of these new "spill proof" pos cans. You can get them for about 25 bucks from summitracing.comEver notice no matter how broke you are there is always money for beer and fishing? If gas hits $5 at the marina which I'm positive it will. (seen $4.25 last year) I will just have to scrounge a little more. As much as i fish the rack service pays for itself. Just to trailer would cost me an extra 20 bucks in gas pulling the extra weight. Think i will be hauling some gas cans this year to save some money!
I couldn't find the cans I'm talking about at summit but here a link for some from jegs for anyone that is interested. http://www.jegs.com/i/JEGS+Performance+Products/555/80211/10002/-1I have been using cans for years, its just soo much cheeper. I have 4 five gal. Racing cans and a large funnel that's bent on a 45 (made for the old cars with the filler behind the lic plate) Its well worth getting good racing cans instead of these new "spill proof" pos cans. You can get them for about 25 bucks from summitracing.com
I learned those lessons on 9/11/01.Between Nov 2008 and April 2010, a few things happened that told me that you don't know what tomorrow holds, and when you find out, it might not be what you expected. Life is too short to wait. I will fish as long as my health allows.
The slip is paid for, and she'll be full when she goes in. Somehow, the gas money will show up. I really want to support the marina who's watching over my boat when I'm not there.
John, you're welcome to come out with me if you want. Northern Delaware bay.
It will put a crimp in all who fish one way or another,Gas prices will curb the going for a ride to check out the boat crowd, How about the head boat and charter boat guides and capts. with fuel costs for them and thier customers who travel long distances?I always would take road trips to tackle shops for seminars and sales.Have not done that in years,People are tightning up the belt.I only hope it stops before its too late. Once we loose the shops and marinas,and they go out they will never be replaced,Seems like gas prices will be hard on many of us who fish a lot. If gas goes to or over $5.00 a gallon it will really effect my ability to fish and may almost make me think of keeping it on the trailer this year.:huh: What are your views? Johnny D.
I can't tell if your pet is a dog or cat, but grab it's dough.I learned those lessons on 9/11/01.
Let me know when the drum show up, I'll take a ride :thumbsup:
It's not a weakness, Johnny. I'm wondering about it, too, and I'm not that good a fisherman, but we can't take it with us.........Seems like i have weak moments and feel it isn't worth it and see what happens down the road. Just bought a new top for my boat and slip is paid for. Dom thanks for the offer and i may take you up on it. If it stay's under $5.00 a gallon i'll put her in .:huh: