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That's good news.

It is better to inspect and stop a few dirty boats than to stop all of us from boating, which could be the next step if they don't control the spread. It was all voluntary, to clean your boat last year, but that will change if we don't cooperate. :)devil Al
 

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Spray the underside and the jet pump (inside and out) with a solution of bleach water and run some through the motor and you should be good. Don't forget the trailer, too. Make sure you wash down really good.
 

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Well, the motors are closed loop. Ill clean the sea strainer on the Daytona though. The rest is completely clean though, you could eat off of the trailers. LOL

Ill do a quick over look, but the ski boat has only seen water once since we just bought it.


Actually I dont even go thru that Cottonwood facility. I know I'm clean unless they came from Shasta.
 

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The said on the local news that 103 boats were inspected yesterday on I-5 and no problems found. Since the weather has turned bad, I wonder how many will be inspected today?
 
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