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04-06-2009 08:16 PM
espanolabass The more I read this the happier I am in my kayak.
04-06-2009 05:04 PM
Bayscout22 After reading this thread, I went and ordered one of these 12V stoves from Amazon - $25. The coffee makers seemed to get pretty bad reviews but there were several good reviews for this thing. I have meat tenderizer and a big metal bowl on the boat. I always figured I'd fill it with water from the pee stream.

I've never been hit either but for $25... Why not.

I was wading a back lake out by the middle grounds this weekend. Those bastages are everywhere out there!
04-06-2009 03:47 PM
Gluconda If you can't get a pair of these, remember to shuffle your feet and hope nothing is attracted to you!

04-06-2009 03:34 PM
PasadenaMan
No searchlignt, try this....

Quote:
Originally Posted by Bueno Suerte View Post
Best advise I have heard:

Place a wet towel on the wound and heat it up with a search light.
In case you dont have a search light, Could you possible wet a towel and wrap it around your exhast pipe for a few seconds to heat that up?
04-06-2009 03:05 PM
sweenyite
Quote:
Originally Posted by Muddskipper View Post
Been hit ... called posion control ....

They said mix 1 part Bleach and 9 parts water ( the hottest you can stand )

The water was so hot from the microwave it gave me a 1st degree burn and scabbed up the next day .... but the Pain went away instantly !!!!

I actually got hit twice as there was two barbs on the Ray, one on top ov the other ......

How do I know there was two barbs ???...... I was unhooking it on the deck of my boat ..... it's tail came all the way around .... not my best moment
I'd rather cut the line. Leaders and hooks are cheap.
04-06-2009 03:03 PM
Muddskipper Been hit ... called posion control ....

They said mix 1 part Bleach and 9 parts water ( the hottest you can stand )

The water was so hot from the microwave it gave me a 1st degree burn and scabbed up the next day .... but the Pain went away instantly !!!!

I actually got hit twice as there was two barbs on the Ray, one on top ov the other ......

How do I know there was two barbs ???...... I was unhooking it on the deck of my boat ..... it's tail came all the way around .... not my best moment
04-06-2009 02:28 PM
JED I've wondered why can't the doc's/nurses provide a local to the affected area for the pain. I suppose it may have something to do with the potential state of shock the patient may be in.
Been shufflin' for 25 yrs now without a direct hit, knock wood.
04-06-2009 02:28 PM
donf Ditto on the heat, meat tenderizer is for the jellyfish stings.
The hot water from your outboard will work, just wrap a towel around the foot, and put the foot/ankle under the discharge while your buddy drives the boat back.
PS Bring a buddy.
04-06-2009 02:05 PM
Bueno Suerte Best advise I have heard:

Place a wet towel on the wound and heat it up with a search light.
04-06-2009 02:02 PM
Solid Action
Quote:
Originally Posted by HEAT MISER View Post
Why not get some rayguard boots?
Because they are made for people with narrow feet and rub blisters on my feet. I have to decide on risking a sting ray hit or vibrio from open wounds on my feet.
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