Saw the zip tie used for a cock ring once... just once. Yeah bring lots of booze, that way it won't matter if you have everything on the list or not... makes about as much sense as using that zip tie for a cock ring.I dont even want to know what the zip ties are for...
Wearable Life Jackets (Types I, II or III)
Throwable PFD (Type IV for boats 16’ or longer
Spark Arrest on Carb
Ventilation System for I/O engines
Whistle or Horn
Boat Number, Permanent Decal and
Run engine compartment fan for at least one minute.
Complete check for leaks; boat plug in
Engine starts/runs well
Propeller in good condition
Fuel tanks topped off
Bilge pump check
Weather conditions check
emergency procedures speech; life jacket count
Fishing license check
Trailer tires/axle/lights/bunk/tie down check
Properly stored and secured gear
Float plan left with responsible person
Whistle (on life jacket)
Light/Strobe (on life jacket)
Extra Warm Hats, Mittens, Socks
Emergency Position-Indicating Radio
Matches (in a waterproof container), Lighter
Water Purification Tablets, Filter or Purifier
Emergency Food and Water
Drysuit or Wetsuit & Boots
Secondary bilge or bucket
Anchor and Line
Toolkit or Multipurpose Tool
Navigation Equipment (maps, compass, GPS)
Spare Parts (as appropriate)
Spare Prop (motorboats)
Flashlight/Spotlight (with working batteries)
First Aid Kit (in watertight, floating container)
Repair Kit/Duct Tape
TP for the head
If anyone can think of more let me know
I think that Robert should try a little flex seal on that fleshlight, then he wouldn't have to worry about any mold growing in it and it would act like a little life jacket for his unit and keep it warm at the same time... besides I would love to hear the explanation to the coast guard when they pick him up or the doctor when he needs it removed. I was walking along minding my own business when I slipped and the flex seal went in to this other thing and then it fell on my dickThat flexseal tape does some amazing shit on underwater repair ....
Have seen it work to seal some big holes in several situations...
Cool product, wish their website would allow online purchases.To revive an old thread.. This is something I carry in boat first aid kit and while camping, hunting etc. A combat medic friend turned me on to it. Nothing like getting sliced 40 miles off shore and not being able to properly stop bleeding..
Hey Carl !Extra cash for bait and fuel. Because you ditched Kurt at the dock because he was tweaking on his checklist for 3 hours. Need to cover his share......
The four basic food groups are adaquetely covered. Sweet, greasy, salty and crunchy.
I've quit smoking and drinking so I don't need an extra "waiting for Vessel Assisst supply" anymore.