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post #61 of 65

Very cool!

 I have not been on skis for a few weeks now, and starting to go through withdrawals:eek

The weather took a turn for the wetter here, so I didn't get into the BC this last weekend.

Rode the mountain bike for a couple of hours on Saturday in the mud.

Flew my paraglider for about 1 1/2 hours last Tuesday afternoon for a very pleasant evening..... still it isn't skiing!

What do you guys do when you can't ski?

 

Mike

post #62 of 65

been out chasing Tiger muskies in Utah ( been a good start to the season but still miss pointing the skis down the hill)

 

 

post #63 of 65

What bait did you use? 

 

I've been focusing on next years baseball team as I have been chosen as the captain :). Also found some fun ledges to jump off of with my mountain bike.

post #64 of 65

casting typical spring musky baits.......spinnerbait, jerkbait and rattletrap each took a fish    -pics from Joes Valley and Pineview

post #65 of 65
I recently acquired a Tele rig for ten bucks. Dropped fifty on some boots. Mostly intended for local neighborhood snow days but did want to make them resort legal with something even though tjy bindings don't release by design. I got some 18" coiled cords with a clip on each end that attach to the d-rings on the Tele boots and cable on the bindings. They were built to hold pliers or other tools to your fishing tackle box but suit the purpose of some kind.of.runaway ski prevention. They cost 1.99 each.
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