18XTR by Legend Boats.
When all you look forward to all year is family and fishing time, you need to be sure that you’re in the right boat to support your fishing addiction.
The 18 XTR is designed for your family first and your fishing buddies second (or the other way around, depends on who you’re talking to)! Either way, everyone will be happy, comfortable and looking cool in the 18 XTR!
This boat comes with a Mercury 90 ELPT 4 stroke and glide on trailer, all this for $34,999. One left at Anstruther Marina (705) 656-4783
If you are reading this, you're on the Anstruther Marina website and chances are, you've already checked the webcam on the main page. If you haven't, you might be happy to hear that it is working again. Apologies for the delay in fixing it, we did hear from many about the frozen screen fixed on the broken gas dock during the bad windstorm in May. All's good now, for those that can't get here, you can now take a quick peek at the lake via our webcam. Cheers!
Like to Fish? We've got the Humminbird Depth Finder and Fish Finder. Need a boat to go with the Fish Finder? We've got those too! Humminbird and Legend Boats - a perfect match for a day out on the water catching fish. Call Anstruther at 705-656-4783.
Safety Kit - a legal requirement for every watercraft in Ontario whether it's a canoe or a power boat. Safety orange was the colour from past years but this year it is in bright yellow. The contents include a flashlight, rope and whistle. Note that the flashlight does not include batteries - so it is very important to add this before taking the safety kit to your boat. Have you lost your safety kit or is it time for a fresh one? We've got them, call us at (705) 656-4783
Does your dock have a collection of water toys lying around? This rack can be mounted to your dock and can hold either kayaks, paddleboards or a combination of both. Now in stock, call Anstruther Marina for details (705) 656-4783
No, it really wouldn't likely mean that there are big docks nearby to land on, though Mayor Woodcock was worried that big docks could lead to helicopter pads.
No, it typically means hydro is working hard to find the lines causing a power outage. A helicopter flew over the shore of Anstruther Lake yesterday, it came so low to the parking lot that we could have expected James Bond to jump out. On Wednesday, we had a big rainstorm. The power at the marina went out at about 4pm and was restored at about 7pm the same day. Most of the rest of the lake has had power restored by yesterday except some cottages at the south end of the lake which is probably the area that Hydro was trying to remedy.
ANOTHER rogue boat has been found in the central part of the lake. The rainstorm we had last Friday raised the water level significantly, so much that it's likely that it may have dragged items from shore that had been left in a place that was thought to be safely far enough from the water's edge. Water is at an extremely high level, pull out those rubber boots you needed last year to cross the ramps to get to the slips, the ramps are once again submerged under water.
Oddly, last saturday, clients from Lakefield came in and mentioned that they had a 'little' rain the previous day and a client also dropped in from Eels lake the same day and said 'rain? oh - ya - we might have had a little'.
Tinny found wandering the lake all by itself. After storms, it's not unusual to find things that have broken loose. If your boat isn't tied to your dock, call the marina for more info.
To say we had rain last night is an understatement. Many boats suffered an excess of water. Our basement flooded and staff have been pumping out boats all day. Repairs to the gravel walkway to boat-dock "F" is also underway, the 'rain river' was so powerful, it dug a canyon about 18" deep in the path leading to the boat-dock.
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