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Decoy Hound

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    North Royalton, Ohio
  • Interests
    Fishing, collecting fish and duck decoys
  • Home Port
    Wilson
  • Boat Name
    Draggin Balls II

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  1. You found more? Thought I bought it all?
  2. He needs tackle, lots of tackle!! He hardly has anything!!
  3. Mine is mounted in the center and I have no problem, I’m 15 feet wide. Definitely need to angle it back a bit to compensate for blow back.
  4. So who’s using the Ninja boards to pull copper? Do they really release with the push of a button? What length of coppers will they pull? How are the releases on them, do they hold the line properly?
  5. I’d take the third 500lc if you separate them.
  6. Your right it’s no fun in waves that big! But we have a bigger boat of Ontario than we have for Erie.
  7. I think the question was transom height. With a low transom, heavy seas, trolling with the waves, a low transom boat could swamped. It’s happened on Erie and all four people were lost. Granted it was in March and all died of hypothermia.
  8. Yes I believe full height transoms are a must for big water trolling.
  9. I would be interested in your folding knives, can you provide more pictures?
  10. I’m going through the same problem too, bad black box on a Italian made Vitrifrigo brand refrigerator. The price on a replacement refrigerator is crazy!! I tracked down the part I needed on eBay for $250, going to install it this weekend, hope all goes well?!?! Good luck with your search.
  11. Thanks guys I found them on eBay, propeller shaft brush. On the starboard side, the graphite brush is wore completely down.
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