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  1. Very easy solution to the problem. All of you folks that have placed an order and have not received product,refund or a returned phone call....You need to file a complaint with the NYS Attorney General's Office...they will look into the business practices of this individual and possibly take the necessary steps to resolve...I have had success this way. Good Luck....
  2. Thanks for the reply., I was wondering about chirp... no chirp...is there a big difference? Also, I wanted to upgrade so I can have wifi for a tablet at the stern as well.
  3. Fish locater ideas Question. I am possibly looking to upgrade to the "latest greatest". For you trolling gurus/charter captains what are you guys running for a brand. I have a humminbird 959 but was looking to upgrade to a wifi...bluetooth chirp model. I was looking at the new Simrad models...any thoughts?
  4. Agree...you can use breakers or fuses..whatever works for you....The riggers have protection on the rigger with a breaker... but what about the circuit from the battery to the rigger...that must be fault protected. Fuses are about 4 bucks for 5 fuses versus the cost of DC breakers. The point i am making is...I have seen to many boat set-ups with no fault protection and now the boat is up in flames.
  5. I can add a tip. When wiring...10 gauge wire minimum for 30amps and do not skimp on the wire. Have leads as short as possible from rigger to battery as voltage will drop with length. FUSE FUSE FUSE...I have a fuse block on battery with downrigger leads off of fuse block with 30 amp fuses.
  6. I have a Starweld 20 with a 9.9 pro kicker...port side. Plenty of power and I have it paired with an Itroll troll control. Love my setup.
  7. This coat was used about 3 times and is in flawless like new condition...no blemishes or tears. I am a non smoker as well. Color Black.. Size is 3XL.. will fit 52-56". This coat is listed for over $320.00. I am asking $210.00 firm as this is a great deal and will include shipping! If I have to ship outside US, shipping will be more. I live near Utica, NY and will meet within reason and will take $200.00. I accept PayPal. Also, I have 100% feedback as a seller on e-bay and sold thousands of dollars in equipment. Go to e-bay and click advanced search on right top of page and search by find a member on left side of page near the bottom and type northeastgreatoutdoors...click on my feedback and check as a seller. This will show you I am an honest person and not a fraud. Mustang’s Catalyst Coat (and Jacket) with the M-Tech Comfort System. The coat is cut straight up and down and is longer than the jacket, providing extra protection. The coat also features additional front flap pockets. Coast Guard Approved Type 3 When worn together, the Catalyst Flotation Coat and Catalyst Flotation Pant provide an immersed Clo Value of 0.17. See Related Products, below. • M-Tech Comfort System provides unparalleled range of motion and mobility • Waterproof, breathable, tri-laminate outer shell • Outer shell is waterproof to 10,000mm with vapor transmission rate of 5,000 g/m² per 24 hr • Protection from rain and spray without the clammy feeling of traditional flotation coats • Field tested by Coast Guard training crews, fishing lodges and Mustang PRO-staff • Zippered chest pocket and front slash hand-warmer pockets • Underarm ventilation zippers • Front cargo pockets • Reflective accents for enhanced visibility • Integrated hood with reflective trim ComfortCuff™ technology • D-ring • USCG - UL1123 - Marine Buoyant Devices 160.064 - Type III
  8. Any size to them?...I have given up on Chaumont...you catch 100 dinks to a few good ones. When I go, can never seem to find the good ones. I am looking for 9-12 inchers...otherwise not worth filleting in my book.
  9. I used green grease that is the brand name...it is a good synthetic grease. I bought it at autozone
  10. These riggers are very easy to service yourself. I had the same problem with my Mag 10 H/S's. Go to fish 307.com download the schematics for you rigger and get part numbers and order from them...cheapest around for cannon parts. I replaced my board....installed a new switch...Just remember what wires have been removed and then "plug-n-play" I also changed the rigger power cords and battery cords to new style. While I had the rigger open...I replaced clutch pad and totally re-greased the gear box. Then I changed the thrust bearing and washers and re-greased...very simple to do yourself...unit is back to new condition.
  11. I have the Penn squall 30 and it holds 150 yards 50lb power pro and 500' of copper no problem.
  12. It should be mounted on the opposite side as your locator. What I did so I didn't have to drill in to my aluminum boat is purchase the stern saver it cost's 50.00 and it is glued on to the boat and let me tell you it is rock solid. The company makes a great product and will last the life of my boat and very easy to mount. Check out there web site. Bass pro sells them in white or black.
  13. With all the cannon downrigger users here...nobody has ever re-greased the gearbox and thrust bearing?
  14. I am overhauling one of my cannon's mag 10's....What type/brand of grease have you used for the worm gear and pulley gear? Also, I see a little grease on the thrust bearing...is it the same as worm gear grease? Thanks...John
  15. There is a form of silicone glue on the cover...you may scratch the cover taking it off but it will come off. Just remember to use silicone when putting back together or it will leak...not good...