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Old 10-17-2019, 06:23 AM
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Old 10-17-2019, 11:09 AM
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Want to do some late fall, early winter fishing hopefully on Lake Erie. Mercury 150 4 stroke. So do you winterize the live wells and not use them or plug them. What is the best way to do ensure I don't have freezing issues and still be able to use the boat. Garage is not large enough and boat will sit under tarp - canopy until put into unheated storage barn for the winter. I have reviewed a lot of winterization threads.

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Hi Dave,

I just lower my motor down vertical and keep all the live well drains open. This will be winter 10 with no problems. Latest I fished was Lake Erie in December, and the earliest was Lake Michigan in March.

So far so good.

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