We'll find out when the rain lets up. The Doelfin is on and ready, but that galv prop guard will be used for the low rivers. I am using the crappy weather as time to do some mods and maintenance. Fabbed a bow stop for the trailer which never had one--why? The boat is stripped of flyline grabbers, down riggers, and graphics. No one ever installed rear deck cleats (why?) so those are done, slightly below the gunnels. A few holes above the waterline filled, and the cad plated screws (???) for the transom motor plate replaced with stainless. Good opportunity to poke around in the transom and it's dry and rock solid. 5200 is my friend--as is acetone to clean up my occasional whoops. If non-ethanol gas is available in California, I don't know about it. Our standard blend is 5.8%E so for a small motor I'm not going to worry about it.