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Dr Hook that is not necessarily canadian waters....he might have been still in USA. The border does not hit the channel until you get to the firecracker. Get out there if you can.

Nice job Todd.
 

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QUOTE(little guy @ Jul 28 2009, 08:04 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Dr Hook that is not necessarily canadian waters....he might have been still in USA. The border does not hit the channel until you get to the firecracker. Get out there if you can.

Nice job Todd.

im new to that area of the lake only been out there 3 times so i dont want to risk a ticket untili know for sure where the border is at..
 

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QUOTE(DR.hook @ Jul 28 2009, 08:15 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>QUOTE(little guy @ Jul 28 2009, 08:04 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Dr Hook that is not necessarily canadian waters....he might have been still in USA. The border does not hit the channel until you get to the firecracker. Get out there if you can.

Nice job Todd.

im new to that area of the lake only been out there 3 times so i dont want to risk a ticket untili know for sure where the border is at..


Pick up a GPS. You can snag a Garmin Legend for about $150 these days, maybe cheaper. It has the international border right on it so you will always be safe. My Lowrance XOG car GPS unit has the international border as well and it was $150. Sounds like Todd was along the channel so yeah that's a ways from Canada. As long as you are South of the Firecracker, you can fish just on the other side of the ditch and be safe. By the time you get to Bouys 25 and 26 the border is at least a 1/2 mile East of the ditch if I am not mistaken.
 

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Great report on the eyes!!!
 
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