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  1. You will love it. Remember the batteries. Ours starts to blink the second week of August every year. Sent from my A571VL using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  2. John, this is a guess. The white section of the transom is a live well. That boat is made for salt. It also looks like the column where its mounted is the hinge for the tuna door. Im going by the pics.
  3. We made due with two blacks the first year. Then added one or two at a time. Like everything on the boat the best gear is the stuff that lasts. We use 14 blacks releases every trip and never had one break.Biggest plus, the blacks slide down to the boards fast.
  4. Thats all we use. We keep 5 on the main line on both sides and use a dog clip to hold in place. Rubber bands to the blacks make for a smooth release.
  5. The hawk. Costomer service is outstanding. No problem seeing it from the back of the boat. No cable. Drop it and go.
  6. Fleas started showing up last week. It wont be long. Leader knotts and swivel knots are the problem spots. Fleas will slide easy on wires.
  7. I have more pressure on my rigger rods than my coppers.
  8. Its the trial and lots of errors that'll kill ya.$$$$$
  9. Not even big enough to enter in the LOC on bigO. We are spoiled.
  10. Play with all your settings for a couple trips before moving your ducer.
  11. Good advise. Okuma glts have the metal guides for less. They hold up well. $25 give or take. Rollers are great, twilley tips are much cheaper and will get the job done.
  12. Blacks inline with rubberbands. Work great and adjustable.
  13. How many batteries are you running. How old are they? Have you load tested them?
  14. Fun on slow days when you have time to see how many lines you can get in the water. When the fish are on, working flasher/fly colors and leader lengths at different sizes is a lot more productive. This spring has been a heavy spoon bite. Give em what they want.