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    does anyone have a telescopic oar in their pwc?


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    Yeah, not sure how useful it is but it was cheap enough.

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    Noticing that nobody carries sunblock (unless you count the SPF 50 lip balm). I gotta keep the tatts from fading, SPF 50 minimum!

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    I actually do carry several different sunblocks (spf 30&50) and tanning oils in a gallon ziplock bag. Make sure to check expiration dates as these do expire!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kunzman View Post
    In the Seal Line bag in the glove box:
    • HydroStar SeaStar Deluxe emergency light/strobe
    • StarFlash Ultra signal mirror
    • BSA light stick
    • small binoculars
    • case to store spare VHF battery pack, money, etc.
    • Boat U.S. membership card
    • SPF 50 lip balm
    • Uniden MHS135 submersible/floating handheld VHF w/DSC
    • pocket knife
    In the pocket of my PFD:
    • iPhone 5 in a LifeProof frē case & LifeJacket (shown)
    • Storm whistle (not shown)
    • ACR PLB-375 ResQlink+ personal locating beacon (not shown)
    I will also add a few energy bars and a bottle of water to the glove box or cargo area.

    Its winter time here near Lake Erie and the lake is now freezing so all we can do is dream about summer and get prepared.
    Good list but also none of that does any good if you fall off your ski and can't get back to it. Just something to keep in mind

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    Quote Originally Posted by FIRE0021 View Post
    Good list but also none of that does any good if you fall off your ski and can't get back to it. Just something to keep in mind
    What about the phone, whistle and beacon he said was in the pocket of his PFD??

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    Quote Originally Posted by showmepro1200 View Post
    What about the phone, whistle and beacon he said was in the pocket of his PFD??
    And the PLB is probably the most useful. These are cheap enough now there is no excuse not to have one. I took mine with me this past week hiking in Costa Rica. They are also good for land use too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kunzman View Post
    Yeah, not sure how useful it is but it was cheap enough.
    Sucked in some debris from all the runoff in Rocky River. I can say the paddle came in handy! I was able to get back by limping, towing and then paddling after the tower didn't want to go any farther. I was later able to extract the pieces of stick from the front of the impeller with a 16" pair of needle nose I bought at Auto Zone. The pieces came off easy once I let the ski set over night and let the wood dry out.

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    A oar which disassembles to 3 short pieces, sure beats paddling with your hands. A whistle to attract attention, and a 3 pak of handheld flares (nothing works better to let other know your in distress) as told by my local police. A small bilge pump looks like a air pump sure beats a Dixie cup every time. A ski rope so someone can tow you in. Small bottle of Dawn liquid dish soap to keep the bilge clean add when you launch drain at home. Most important tell a friend where your going to be and when to expect you to return!

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    Spot tracker! Satellite baby

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