- Sep 26, 2017
Suck. Not feeling too bad about my Glock now.bow.
Got back to the truck in the dark after a brutally long day chasing mule deer. Set everything on the ground by the door and changed into some comfier shoes, loaded everything in the backseat and drove off, 3 hrs back home. In the morning when I went to unload the truck I didn't see my bow. I frantically drove back up saw fresh tire tracks and no bow.
I lost an aluminum cast skillet during the fishing opener in voyageurs national park in about 12’ of water. I was returning in August so I decided to leave it. Luckily I was able to retrieve 3 months later.Canoeing in BWCA in late May just after ice out and my fixed blade knife slipped out of my pocket into the cold deep. Immediate thought was dive down and grab it and next thought was 35 degree water maybe bad idea. What hasn't rusted away is still on the lake bottom.
I'd suggest keeping a lock and chain in the canoe or you might have something else to add to this post.The canoe we built this summer is specifically for accessing a section of public that I hope is overlooked this fall, I have a great fear of losing my rifle in the water. Planning to take it in the case with a life jacket strapped on to avoid this very thing.