Nalod

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  1. What a great looking table...oh, I guess the table you were sitting at was not bad either Glad you all had a good time! --Joe
  2. Thanks, Steve. Any word if the bass tournament will be on the same day? I am trying to get a good idea of what to expect at the launch that morning. I have not been at Waneta yet this year, so I am not sure if they are still holding their weekly Saturday tourneys this year... --Joe
  3. Mark Troy Musky Tournament Has anyone heard if/when the Mark Troy tourney will be held this year? I just want to make sure I am off for that weekend. Thanks! --Joe
  4. Nice one!
  5. Congrats, Bob. An absolute beauty!!!
  6. Very nice fish. She looks very clean as well. Congrats!
  7. Thanks very much, guys. I had no clue that there would have been different gear housing sizes...something I will definitely look for when I purchase my next prop. Well, it looks like this prop will be going up for sale in the Classifieds section so someone else can get the great deal that I originally got on it! Thanks again! --Joe
  8. Hey everyone, I am really hoping I am doing something wrong. I purchased a new (to me) stainless steel prop this winter and am just getting around to installing it. I am putting it on a Mercury 115 Optimax. After taking off the old prop, cleaning everything up and doing a test fit, I noticed that the end of the prop that is milled down to slide into the motor does not fit! It is actually the same diameter as the outside of the motor opening. A picture is attached. Do they actually sell different diameter ends for props and I purchased too large of one for my motor? To make maters worse, this issue is also causing the prop blades to come in contact with the trim tab. Any help (good or bad) is greatly appreciated! Thanks. --Joe
  9. Hi Baitballin, It does have Universal Sonar (US2), if that is what you are referring to. You will need an adapter that plugs into the trolling motor's US2 cable and your electronics. --Joe
  10. Hey Jay. It was purchased new in late fall 2011. --Joe
  11. Thanks for the offer, Salmoncrazy1, but I have to decline. I have already had an offer of 800 which I have also declined since I feel that the asking price of this trolling motor is fair (new is $1750+tax) and that this is such a new posting (this morning). I wish you the best of luck in your search. --Joe