Rov Raymond Lay, of Monroe Mich, checks the tiedown netting on his boat, which he says is his own inovation - at Halfway creek access site. - It does not flap like canvas - he just pulled in from duck hunting, note decoys in boat. he says he did not get a shot off. blade photo by herral long 11/17/2003
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Raymond Lay of Monroe checks the tie-down netting on his boat at the Halfway Creek access site. Somewhat of an amateur inventor, Mr. Lay says the netting is his own innovation, explaining that it does not flap the way canvas does. He had just pulled in his boat yesterday from duck hunting but said he didn t even manage to get off a shot.
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