I see a hood up I go ask if they need a jump. They start fishing for cables and I’m saying, “turn the key.” lol
You know that is really a great idea. @Screwauger
I have a pair of heavy duty jumper cables in the truck and I have carried cables since I got my drivers license.
I also have AAA premier, but my experiences have all been good. The company that does the service calls here locally is very reliable out of Waltham MA.
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Good morning garden , it’s gone a be a little 3 to 5 inch of snow today for me… Not quit that much snow
I’m going ice fishing this week-end with my fishing buddy on the Magog river… He is equip with an ice fishing tent with a heather, so we won’t be freezing, lol. …
He caught a 10 lbs northern pike last week-end… Can’t wait to be on the ice, my feet and fingers are tickling and pounding, lol.
The Northern Pike has come so far. Growing up they were a nuisance fish. We caught them and threw them back. I still remember my gramps telling me they were terrible to clean and eat.
Nowadays, very pleased to land a few good pike any day!! Best of luck and stay warm @Niala
Good morning @Niala
Enjoy the ice fishing trip thats the way to go with a shelter and heater woohoo
@bob31 my thoughts on the starter pack is why wait for someone and with jumper cables which i also keep tou need ro find another vehicle?
i aslo have aaa mostly incase the wife breaks down and im not around to scoop her up
Just started snowing here. And with a vengeance!
I have never had northern pike. I usually catch pickerel here locally in the winter and I just send them back. I have ice fished in Maine on several occasions. I can’t remember the one lake, but there were hundreds of folks out fishing. It was 30 or so miles SW of Portland if I remember correctly.
I’m itching to get out there again. I always forget to renew my fishing license until the last minute so this is a reminder to all of us!
I have that one @Screwauger posted in my cart! You all convinced me! I’m mister “be prepared” so I think I need to add one to my arsenal!
Morning Al. The SE coast of the US is gonna get hammered today. I’d rather get your 3-5!
Well played bob hahaha
Wouldn’t a larger grow tent make a quick ice house? Just have to open up the floor some…
Snow storm dreaming!
The mechanic at work used one too. Just makes good sense! I like that you can put ai in the tires too! win / win!
hey pal! good luck on your trip!
heather sounds warm!
give em a good pounding AL!!
You will love it. @bob31 My first one was a basic battery jumper and emergency light. Prestone made it and I am fairly sure I bought it at the Sear’s that is no longer here.
I missed that one when she died but it lasted 10 yrs.
This one has been very useful except for the time I took it to sled camp and my girlfriend called to ask, “where is the car jumper?” Umm why? The SUV won’t start. uhoh!!!
very easy straight forward life saver!! lol
i keep a die-hard brand model
had it for 5 yrs still strong!
meowy j’s really?
Hahahah @Screwaugerthats too funny
And sounds like my luck as well i like the poer feature on them you can charge tou phone or laptop etc mine has a 110 v outlet as well
i seen this very add and was thinking???
I use this for tailgating
I can’t find the exact one I bought but this is similar. I also use it at the grill to keep me warm when I have to grill outside in the winter! Would work great out on the ice, but the tank is heavy!
I use this to haul my stuff out on the ice!
I am an open book.
The day I got mine was the day after this happened:
I worked in southern Maine. I was a roving case worker looking after some barbaric dudes that could likely have been classified as missing link(s). I one day pulled up to an ocean shoreline parking area, took a call, ate my lunch and promptly dosed off listening to some jazz on the radio. (*edit ok I smoked a bowl)I was driving a 94’ escort wagon that had been beat to heck. I woke up, not a sole around, no music and nothing but click click click under the hood. After about 3 hours, I managed to flag someone down that had cables, I did not.
Never have I left home without it (unless riding with others).
Yeah, my uncle despite them… It’s true that the Northern Pike can be a nuisance if they are intruduce in brook trout lake for example…
I think that’s why my uncle despite them so much… A couple of brook trout lake were invade in his younger years and it was a disaster…
Even if it’s true that they are a little tricky to clean and you can have a lot of lost, it’s a great fish to eat, one of my favorite for the taste, yumyum … With the lost and the carcasse, you can make and very delicious broth a “fumet”… Miam Miam @Screwauger