holy mackerel

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About holy mackerel

  • Birthday 04/20/1956

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  • Location
    Macedon, New York
  • Interests
    Fishing, wine making, guitars
  • Home Port
    Hughes Marina
  1. Had a girl friend who had a sea shell tattoo on her thigh.....if you got real close, you could smell the ocean!
  2. 1998 Yamaha T9.9 High thrust, W/Remote Yamaha model T9.9 ELRW includes 703 remote shifter. No cables. Electric start, high thrust, 20 inch shaft. Available as soon as new motor shows up (2 weeks or less). Can be seen and run by appointment at Hughes Marina, Williamson, NY. Please call 585 737-7514 (will not have internet Friday through Sunday). $850. USD
  3. http://www.coldwatertackle.com/big-jon-snubbers I like the snap on these. Scotty has a strange clip.
  4. Garmin Echomap 93 Looking at Garmin fishfinders. Have owned Lowrance for many years. Does anyone use them? Mostly I question detail and visibility in sun with sunglasses. Any input appreciated.
  5. Cost me $350 for that assembly 10 years ago. Have not bought Raymarine since and won't.
  6. http://moorelectronics.com/ Contact Big Blue Enterprises in Buffalo. Just had mine repaired.
  7. Thermocell works most of the time.
  8. Does anyone have a subtroll display head they would part with? I have temp but the speed gage is not working.
  9. They can be linked to a control head of your choice to make full auto pilot. Call them.
  10. http://intellisteer.com/ I have a Simrad Ap12. the drive unit was made by octopus mfg. which is now intelisteer I believe
  11. Amazon?
  12. I have both motors to common on switch, battery 1 and 2 connected to 1 and 2 on the switch. So using your diagram, kicker positive would go to switch common along with main engine positive and not the battery terminal. I have similar equipment to you and have used it for many years without issue. Which ever motor is running will charge both batteries.
  13. I put a spring in the pocket after the set screw is tight. Find one that will stick out to contact cable.