Originally Posted by Vietpimp999
When people talking around the rock piles ware they talking about the 2 rock piles under the bridge ? Thanks . Tommy
When we talk about the “ROCK PILE” we are referring to the rocks that are at the main channel of the old bay bridge.
Originally Posted by JALOPY
While bottom fishing, I have the CB, the Lowrance and the live well on. After a couple of hours, my Lowrance will begin to flash, and if I stall the motor it won't start because the battery is dead. It happened the last 2 Sunday's. Thank You to all the friends that were making calls trying to help me get a jump, and a big thanks to the guy that ended up giving me a jump.
After getting the boat started, I turned off all electronics and the livewell and ran the boat for 15-20 minutes, it
Originally Posted by 27 sailfish
22 CC - The DNR is still looking everyday when weather permits but it is only a surface search as they patrol the Severn.
Once water warms up some - those two bodies will likely come up to surface.
It is crazy they could not be found though with side scan. The area they were seen to go under is narrow and only about 45 feet at deepest. Severn does not have much tidal current - bodies should not have gone far. Only theory is the wind current carried bodies away from
Originally Posted by Cabyn Fever
Originally Posted by 22 CC Rider
Remove the screws, put some chrome polish on a cloth and rub the screw heads on the cloth till they shine. Clean the Starboard with CLR & bleach. Also a cheap screwdriver bit will transfer steel to the S/S screw head and over time show up as rust. Low grade S/S can be picked up or moved around with a strong magnet. 316S/S can't!
Do NOT mix CLR with bleach, especially in a confined area like a boat cabin. CLR is an acid that will disassociate the chlorine in the bleach turning it into chlorine
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