BOLO Stolen Downriggers

Discussion in 'Washington Fishing Reports' started by ledbed6b, Sep 27, 2018.

  1. Wild Bill

    Wild Bill Drinking the Suzuki Kool-aid and liking it!

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  2. Wild Bill

    Wild Bill Drinking the Suzuki Kool-aid and liking it!

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    As well as these dudes.
     

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  3. Woodhunter

    Woodhunter Well-Known "Member"

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    Yea the scum bags should have their hands cut off.

    I would like to put my boat in a slip a few days prior to Halibut Season here in Port Angeles and avoid the launch ramp crowds.

    But the threat of our resident tweaker population stripping the boat keeps me from doing this. The temporary slips are visible from the "walkers path" along the harbor, only about 50 feet from shore to the boats. And the tweaker camps are nearby.

    Every few days the LEO's bust some tweaker in this area, the reports in the local paper are amazing: Long lists of priors and warrants out for their arrests. Lots of the scum around here.
     
  4. LJB

    LJB Down Fur-Lined Avenue

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    Nice looking 2106 for 425 on CL
     
  5. TexMojoII

    TexMojoII Well, Shit!

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    Bullet in the brain may re-educate some of our list souls.
     
  6. willit float

    willit float Member

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    Same here, I think new boats brought into slips would get scavenged. There was even a post I read a while back where the guy slept on the boat to guard it and they still snatched some poles while he slept.
     
  7. TonyG

    TonyG I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Any luck in recovery on these?
     
  8. ledbed6b

    ledbed6b I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Hell no! Haven't heard anything, don't have much hope I'll ever see them again
     
  9. TonyG

    TonyG I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    I have gotten my cannons to behave nicely with modifications. They have some great features. But I really would never recommend them to anyone. Stay scotty.
     
  10. cdory22

    cdory22 Newbie

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    Bringing this back up to the top as this sickens me and I keep my boat in Everett as well. Also, were the bases stolen as well or only Downriggers?
     
  11. Force61

    Force61 Newbie

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    Eli,

    I think this might be your person of interest. I met up with this seller off of offerup who had two 2106’s. Seemed legit as it sounded like a wife who worked in Edmonds that was selling them for her husband. Long story short it was a little meth head with tats all up on his neck that showed and I instantly knew they had to be hot so I told him I wasn’t interested. Unfortunately this was before I read this post though. They had braid and looked like they had seen a decent amount of time on the water with a little bit of corrosion around the boom and the lock on the housing was faded compared to the housing itself. Maybe one of us can schedule an appointment and a few of us BD’s can show to meet up with the little fucker!

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  12. Wild Bill

    Wild Bill Drinking the Suzuki Kool-aid and liking it!

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    All we need now is Tracker with his sack of pops.
     
  13. critterkiller

    critterkiller AKA Cohobankie

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  14. ledbed6b

    ledbed6b I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Wow, those sure seem to match mine, I tried to follow up but apparently they have long since sold. I've sent the ad to the officer I've been working with, I doubt there is anything he can do but maybe it well help the next person. Thanks for keeping an eye out!
     
  15. FVSerenity

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    I have moored out at PA for that month, there were some live aboards close by and the gates were locked, never had an issue, by they also put me way out there, not anything close to a road?
     
  16. FVSerenity

    FVSerenity Captain

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    Maybe take a soldering iron and melt your name into the case somewhere
     
  17. Woodhunter

    Woodhunter Well-Known "Member"

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    Think kayaks.

    The south floats are pretty close to the street.
     
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  18. LJB

    LJB Down Fur-Lined Avenue

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    Back in the day everything got marked, right down to screwdrivers sockets ect..

    And that was before Meth
     
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  19. FVSerenity

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    All that being said there are a lot of lost people floating around the streets of PA, John Wayne on the other hand has security wandering around at night.
     
  20. Derby

    Derby My "Member" is Well Known.

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    You guys use locks on your riggers?

    I have the old Scotty 3130 and 3131 locks and feel pretty comfortable leaving riggers on boat.
     
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