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Crestliner1850

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  1. Try spoonpullers, it's more about canadien waters.
  2. Like new, was installed on my boat for 3 years and worked perfectly. Last season I used my i-pilot with my 9.9 combine with the i-troll and I prefer that. Now I'm ready to sale my Garmin TR1. If interested pm me and we will agree on a price.
  3. For info on BOQ go to http://forum2.quintefishing.com it's the best forum I found for good report on the subject.
  4. Hi Brian, just curius about your average speed when you fish for Brown?
  5. Hi Keith, when I set up my wire rods I use a small scotty rigger clip just in front of the reel so the wire stays tight on the spool. Then like said above, with the clicker on, loose the drag enough so the divers gets out slowly to it's depth and you will be fine.
  6. Awesome post. I've been a member of LOU for a couple years only and this season seems to be very good for big browns.
  7. Well Yankee Troller you really know how to find and hook those big browns
  8. I've had mine for three years and never had that problem. Obviously yours weren't sealed properly. Don't remember the cannon warranty but If I had to put money on my mag 5 I'd rather put that money on magnum-metalz.
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