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meangreencj7

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  1. I bought a box of fishing stuff and don't need these, they do not look to be stock so look at the pictures close I have one set of yellow bird planner boards with the tattle flags attached. They have church clips at the board and red clips with pins in the rear.  And a set of offshore boards that have the clamp releases at the board and then red clips with pins at the rear. looking to get 40 for the yellow birds (look new) and 40 for the offshore

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  2. I love my Polarkraft, I love my Yamaha motor, the only complaint I have is I wish I had bought the 189, I wish I had the extra foot in the back, but it works for everything I use it for (perch, bass, walleye and kings).

    I found that the side boxes that some people don't like work great for fishing for bass and perch because someone can stand on them and they are well made (had a 300+lb guy standing on them and they don't flex), and when trolling for kings and walleye they have space under them so you can put you toes underneath them to give you more support while leaning over and working on the downriggers and side rods during rough water.

    I am glad that I did my research on all the boats before I bought it. I did look at the new ones and it looks like they haven't changed it much (rear jump seats and newer paint). Would buy again if given the chance (wife did not buy the new colors would match my truck better.) :lol::rofl:

  3. My dad owned a 18 ft center console winner, it was a great boat, everything worked great and as far as bullet proof as you can get, when he sold it the new owner hit a big rock off of the salmon river destroyed the lower end of the motor and cracked the water outlet hole and lost the plug, while being towed back in they could tell it had taken on a lot of water so the two guys on the boat both leaned over the same side to try and get a look at the side of the boat and ended up rolling it over only a couple hundred feet from the dock. 

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