I won't be able to post the scores for this week until maybe Wed. so if someone else wishes to do so feel free to do it. In fact for the entire summer season I'm going to be pretty much hit and miss. So don't count on me the lake is calling and I have no computer there.
My scores will drop like a rock unless luck prevails.
So I'm finally getting ready to get the boat wet for the first time this year. I noticed last night the steering wheel is very tough to turn. I did done research on some older threads on this site containing to my problem. One tip I read was to check the big nut next to the motor on the steering arm. Its printed on the nut -caution**tighten. Some one said that nut should be loose. Mine was wrenched tight apparently. Does the warning on the nut mean , make sure its tight or do not wrench tight??? Btw it's a 05' mercury 115 if that makes any difference. I will also re lube and clean the components also to see if it makes a difference. Thanks for any input!!
I will admit to this : there are a couple of crystal clear, cold lakes in Yukon, within a mile or so of my cabin, where you COULD actually eat and enjoy pike. They did not compare to some nice Grayling but you COULD eat them.
I'm not a fish eater unless it is fresh king salmon or kind crab but quite a few folks would eat the pike. And I will admit to enjoying a chunk of walleye now and then so long as it is slathered in hot sauce and I have had 13 double Makers Marks.
But hey!.....you fellas enjoy them!