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Old 02-19-2013, 01:58 PM
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Default Re: Water Safety

When the going gets tough I wear my vintage (I say vintage because I don't know if you can still get one) Sterns fishing vest which has a rip cord Co2 inflater on the right front and a manual tube inflater for testing the bladder. I always wear this when I drive the 77 miles to our cabin in the river boat. As I get older I take fewer chances but on occasion I find myself crossing some river and realize that I don't have the vest on. I may purchase one of the new style collar types that aren't as bulky as a vest this season.

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