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fishkiller16

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  1. He is not worth it at all he is just another overpaid showboater who will probably get hurt in the first or second game. There is no professional athlete that deserves to be paid that much. Military, fireman, police, corrections officers or anyone else who puts their life on the line day in and day out deservr to be highly paid not athletes.
  2. Yes Tank I have used the wire it works very well it solves all issues with the coated cable. Also Mort is right I am a Sr. ProStaffer for Torpedo Divers and I will also recomend if anyone has any questions or concerns about the Speed and Temp cable you can contact Matthew at the email address posted above or contact me at [email protected]
  3. Hey Guys, Torpedo Divers has an answer to the coated cable issues with the Depth Raider and Moor SubTroll. Torpedo Divers made a new downrigger cable thet takes the coated cable and puts it down the center of the downrigger cable and wraps the standard downrigger cable around the coated transmitter wire. Torpedo Divers also has an antenna that goes along with the speed and temp cable that eliminates all outside electrical and radio interfence, so all you pick up is just the signal from the probe. This combination has been tested on Lake Michigan down to 400 ft with no loss of signal at all.
  4. Thanks for having Topedo Divers this year we had a great time and are looking forward to next year.
  5. Torpedo Divers will be making their first appearance at the LOTSA show this year. They will have their full line of products on hand to purchase.
  6. I also went through Seatech Marine Training (Dennis Daniels) awesome class awesome instructors, I took my coures in Buffalo NY 2 nights a week from 6:30 -10:00. I did the masters upgrade also. You might as well do it while your doing the rest of the course.
  7. The line spooler works great I have one and use it everytime I spool mono or wire. [ Post made via Android ]
  8. On my wire rods I only run the Smoke Torpedo Wire I prefer the 19 strand wire to the 7 strand its a litter easier to work with. Also as shown in the YouTube video that was posted on page 1 by Salmonrama the 19 strand had the best overall average break strength, while the AFW was the worst. I also have rods with twilli tips, and i have roller rods, but my favorite set up is the Torpedo roller tip because of the way it swivels left and right. Just my .02 cents.
  9. I would do it but I would go to some place in between Lake Erie and Ontario. An area like Lockport, Clarence, the Tonawandas, or Amherst. I wouldnt think you would want to miss out on the walleye tackle for Lake Erie also.
  10. I would leave it the lead has no structural integrity.
  11. Go with an lowrance hd 7 or 8 order an armar p66 transducer and all your problems will be solved [ Post made via Android ]
  12. None of that will count you will have to do it all over through the coast guard approved agencies. I gad it all for wotk as I am a nys corr. officer and they would not take mine either. [ Post made via Android ]
  13. I took my course through Dennis also great guy awesome course. Take my advise and take the masters upgrade. [ Post made via Android ]
  14. As I said it should be your decsion as with a seat belt also. [ Post made via Android ]
  15. Its a stupid law I dont wear mine either and I never will. It should be your own decision. Period!! [ Post made via Android ]
  16. I disagree about the Rage I have killed a dozen deer with my Rage broadheads and I have put 4 to 5 of them clean though a shoulder blade and into both lungs. My bow is a Parker Ultralite 31 at 68lbs with a 27" 400 series Carbon Express arrow. All I can say is I love my Rage broadheads. HUGH entry and exit holes and lots of blood.
  17. Your welcome, dont ever hesitate to ask ill allways share information.
  18. i prefer the crystalina perch 5" floater run on 10 color lead this time of the year.
  19. I agree with jim go out of dunkirk head east try the 35/16 line first, then go to the 40/18 line. We ran 40 jets 170 back, and 10 color lead. blue and silver harnesses Were best for us but just about everything worked. We put 41 fish in the boat friday, saturday, and sunday. [ Post made via Android ]
  20. Sent a pm [ Post made via Android ]
  21. go to a 19 pitch prop to start, when you drop in pitch you gain rpms higher rpms = better holeshot- better holeshot = faster planeing. if 19 still doesnt help go to a 17. after you get it figured out go to a stainless it will plane better due to less flex.
  22. I agree I also have a 27' gle weekender I absolutly love it. Hopefully if they did have a fire they will rebuild. [ Post made via Android ]
  23. 100' of line to acheve approximate depth. [ Post made via Android ]
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