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Neal Liden
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Posted: September 14 2006 at 03:57 | IP Logged Quote Neal Liden

My 21' CC has only one problem so far. It's moored to a bouy in Puget Sound (Washington State) and is irresistable to sea-going river otters. They climb aboard over the low transom, sometimes whole families of them, and leave a stinky mess that's hard to clean up. Does anyone know of an effective way to repell these boarders? They are protected, so they cannot be harmed in the process. Thanks. Neal

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Posted: September 14 2006 at 08:24 | IP Logged Quote got fish

Hey Neil: I suppose you've considered putting a canvas cover over the whole boat; I think I would particularly if I'm tied up to a mooring. Only objections (other than$$$) might be the annoying corrosion that always gets on the snaps, but A canvas guy told me to put lip balm or Chapstick on them and it does work.

How about that Mako's fish boxes; have any problem with slow draining?

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Posted: September 15 2006 at 01:38 | IP Logged Quote Neal Liden

Yes, Got fish, a tight cover would probably do it (not a loose one tho, they can and do wiggle under) but it would sure impede a quick run to the crab pot. But thanks. My Mako is pretty old so probably not a good comparasion for the drainage problem. Havn't really noticed that on mine. Neal

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