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  1. you cannot enter a course,, but it will steer to what heading you're on when you engage the unit by pressing the auto button.... the helm unit determines a deviation in course and automatically makes the needed adjustment by operation of the ram which is connected to the kicker
  2. Autohelm 2000...linear autopilot with wired remote....This is configured for use with a auxillary trolling motor...includes mounting bracket to kicker, quick disconnect and storage bag Control unit mounts at the helm, has standby and auto function.... able to override and control kicker by One degree or Ten degrees Port or Starboard with push of button Wired remote has the same function as the helm unit but allows for course correction at the back of the boat I used this on my 19 Starcraft Islander with a 9.9 Yamaha....no longer have the boat so I'm selling....works perfectly, I can demo all functions..I live in Scotia, NY (capital district)...would be willing to drive up to an hour to meet you someplace ......................................................... $400 ................... text me at 518 428 0547....... Joe
  3. I have 2 copper rigs to sell, got a smaller boat, cutting back on what I carry * Okuma convector CV 55 S , 6.2:1 gear ratio, power handle , loaded with 400' 45# copper, 300 yds power pro backing * Okuma convector CN 55 S , 6.2:1 gear ratio, power handle , loaded with 300' 45# copper, 250 yds 25# mono backing * EACH REEL IS MOUNTED ON A , 7' custom rod ; Eglass rod blank, Fugi reel seat w/ cushioned hoods, high density Hypalon grips, indexed butt plate, 11 stainless steel guides ...black on black.... Med soft tip , plenty of backbone for leverage $150 each combo.......... the reels are fresh, no chips or scuffs on rods or reels I also have an Okuma convector CV 55 W with power handle, this is a large capacity reel ( 660 yds / 30#), I had 500' 45# copper and 300 yds PP on it with room left........... I sent this reel to Tuna Tom, had a tournament drag put in and had the gear ratio increased to 6.2:1 (it was 4.0:1).....there is no line on this reel but I'll include a rod ( I think it's a 8' spiral wrap)............. $90 I'll send pix if requested......I'm in the Schenectady area but I get to Utica occaisonally I'm going to the ELOSTA TACKLE SWAP this SAT. (14th), I can bring them if you want to check em out Joe 518 428 0547
  4. model # T9.9 ELRQ With controls...116" new cables Elec start, charging system 28 1/2" from mounting yoke to center of prop serviced 4/17/13, have receipts runs good, no issues .............$ 800 ......... Joe @ 518 428 0547....Schenectady, N.Y. S O L D
  5. Holds 5 rods verticle on top + 1 angled to the rear (adjustable) + 2 side holders(adjustable) total of 8 positions made of 1 1/2" Stainless steel tubing Strong and solid enough to hang onto on rough days It is designed to use in 90 degree (vertical) recessed rod holders(easy to remove for storage), I used hvy duty Smith holders, they're available if you need them, or add a plate to each leg note the corners can be disassembled for easy transport, also allowing an easy way to make the legs narrower located in Schenectady, NY..... $450 call Joe @ 518 428 0547 ,,,,,
  6. Nick, not sure of the year...I bought them 5 yrs ago second hand, had them checked out, new type swivel pulleys added....I've used them approx.10-15 days per year since....end of last year I added new covers......... No warped pulleys, they look good and work as they should
  7. 2 SCOTTY elec Downriggers, mod. # 1105 4' booms, updated swivel pulleys Swivel mounts 3 Weights Blacks releases Wiring harness w/ Scotty plugs and circuit breakers .......................$600...................Joe 518 428 0547...............Schenectady, NY
  8. 2 Scotty riggers with 4' SS booms, swivel bases and mounting plates, Blacks releases and weights, complete with wiring harness and circuit breakers ............$ 600 ..................................................................... ... Joe ......... 518 428 0547 ............................. located in the Albany area I'll be out of town 5/18 - 5/26 but riggers will be available
  9. 1986 Starcraft Islander 191 4 cyl 120hp I/O 2 Battery electric system Soft top, side curtains and back cover 14 place, hanging rod storage in cabin Tackle storage locker 11 Rod holders Auxillary motor bracket Cooler platform Marine stereo Net, Anchor Shorelander roller trailer w/ new tires ............................................................................ $3,600 OR Fully Rigged including; Yamaha 9.9hp high thrust 4 stroke w/ controlls @ the helm Raymarine Autohelm 2000 autopilot Raymarine DS600X Color sonar Raymarine RC435 Color chartplotter w/ Navonics east region chip..+ Fish'n chip Depth Raider..speed and temp @ the ball Standard Horizon VHF w/ new Shakespaere 8500 antenae 2 Scotty Electric Downriggers..4' arms..w/ swivel bases, weights and releases Stainless Steel Arch w/ 6 top + 2 side rod holders 2 Removeable "T" style triple rod holders 2 Otter Boats w/ bow mast and Willie retrieval reels .........................................................................$7,500 " or anything in between " Boat has no leaks or damage..looks good for it's age..........Motors run smooth with no issues........Had the Outdrive off end of last year, inspected and serviced.......... New floors end of last year.......... I'll sell her as the "Boat Package" , the "Rigged Package" , or minus/plus what you want Already had a thee day trip to Oswego on her this year ... This boat is laid out realy well and really catchs fish.....She's ready to put in the water right now.....located in Schenectady, N.Y Joe 518- 428 0547 I'll post more recent pix showing the arch ASAP
  10. They have a pretty nice launch as well as dockage.....Quite a few guys store thier boats on site drydock and launch when they're ready to use the boat...I hope to have some pix after this weekend. Joe
  11. I don't have any pix on the computer...I'll take some pix when I'm up this weekend and try to post them...I'll send you what I have then thanks, Joe
  12. located in Dowie Dale Campground and Marina...located between Catfish creek and the State boat launch...close to Salmon River and Grindstone Creek Site trailer with large addition and metal peaked roof..large deck incuding screen house in quiet wooded area 2 bedrooms / 4 bunks Kitchen with full size fridge Living area with 2 recliners, table and chairs, cable TV Full Bath with shower.... 20 gal. water heater Propane heat....air conditioned Quiet wooded area On grounds marina with dockage available $830 annual site rental fee very good condition.. $5000....call Joe at 518 428 0547
  13. G I put the Torpedo roller tips on my Dipsey rods last year. They swivel about 270 degrees and have a built in guide to keep the wire in the center of the roller. Very well made...... If you install them, make sure before you glue them in place you position them so they swivel to each side evenly You can try GENTLY applying heat from a candle to loosen the glue on the existing tip, if that dosen't work, or if you "melt" the blank inside the old tip, cut off the old tip with a fine blade hacksaw, roughen the area where the new tip will go and epoxy the new ones on
  14. d Are the Accu Depth reels the newer AD+ ? If they are, and you like them, you could; Put 1000' of 30# wire on 2 of the 47's for dipsey use Put a short section of leadcore on each of the other AD47's ( EG; 2, 4 color ). Use a braid like 50# Power Pro as backer. These can be good off boards for browns and steelies.(Tie in 50' of mono between the core and the braid to clip the release on) Buy two AD+ 57's, Load them close to full with 20-25# mono. use these on your riggers, when the fleas show up strip off 300' and use a blood knot to fill it with 30# mono Buy two AD+ 27's , load them with 15# mono/ leader down for boards, flat lines or clean spoons of your riggers. use what rods you have and fill in what you don't I bought a bunch of the Accu Depth + reels 4-5 years ago planning to upgrade when I could afford to. I'm still using all but one, they work for me I second the advise to attend the seminar at Gander, Joe
  15. This will be year #3 using the same 200# Mono on my planer reels... when I think about it I spray it with Blakely "Reel Magic" (or WD40)...the releases run out smoothly....I use Otterboats with double keels...I like the slight amount of stretch I was warned that the mono can "tighten" on itself under the load and crack the spool.... because of this I wound on some old Dacron I had from icefishing( about 1/2" thick) before I loaded the mono........ ("knock on wood") I haven't had any problems I know another guy who has 5 yrs on his mono line...still no problems Joe
  16. gray ghost.... where did you find Cannon boards with keels ("10% more keel in the water than the Big Jon")? or did I read your post wrong? Joe
  17. Woody's Tackle in Pulaski had quite a few last year Joe
  18. the second keel has 1/2 the lead as the original keel...when you mount it, drill a new hole for one of the bolts or the keels will not be parallel....... I got mine from Fat Nancy's...in stock Joe
  19. what length and rating are the Wolverine rods? Joe SORRY, I guess I didn't read it right
  20. Reels; The Daiwa Accudepth PLUS is a good, reasonably priced option. I have these that are on thier 4th year, still work like new..I use the 57 size and load it up with 400 yds of 20# Big Game. when the fleas show up I add 200 feet of 30# pink Ande on top Rods; cant do wrong with Shimano TDR or the Daiwa Heartland, I like the 1 piece 7 ftrs. both are priced around $25 good Luck, Joe
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