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J.D.

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  1. The epic story of the 9/11 boatlift that evacuated half a million people from the stricken piers and seawalls of Lower Manhattan. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=18lsxFcDrjo
  2. I told him to check out Gibbs next season..
  3. I stopped by West Point Marina at Braddock bay this afternoon, assuming all this wind would blow a ton of crap into the launch ramps. I was not disappointed as I watched a guy take his boat out for the season..... not a happy camper. He was so mad, he drove away like that with no attempt to clean it off..
  4. The "spoon crank box" is a one man operation.... perhaps shoot him an email.. he may help with shipping to make a sale.. It never hurts to ask.
  5. I am by no means an inline board expert, I do know a cross wind or trolling parallel to the waves will cause the boat to "slide" sideways. My boat sticks out of the water a lot more than that tiny board, and a cross wind will push the boat sideways much faster than the board, the line gets a bit slack and the board drops back. The up wind board on the other side pulls like a rented mule as the boat "slides" away from the board. The "slide" sideways can be considerable, and being out in open water, we don't even notice it happening. Just my $.02 from an old guy..
  6. I agree with Chuck Smith. FYI, my riggers are 30" forward of the transom. Port side rigger
  7. I use Scotty 1099's on a 17ft. tin boat. 24" booms out the side in tracks. No problems.
  8. DING DING DING !!! We have a winner !!
  9. I checked it out this morning (Friday)... One guy needed to kick in 4 wheel drive to get out..
  10. Stopped at the boat ramps today..... things are a bit "fuzzy"
  11. This an excellent set of lures for someone just getting into the sport..
  12. I ran a 2004 Merc 115 2 stroke years ago. The motor was a "2+2", meaning 2 cylinders shut down under 1800 RPM. It trolled like a dream. I am running a 1996 Merc 90hp. 2 stroke with oil injection I purchased new, and have been trolling with it since '96. I use 93 octane fuel, add Sea Foam fuel additive, and use a good grade of 2 stroke oil. I change out plugs every spring. If you have a "2+2" motor, you're in great shape to troll with it.
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