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  1. Yeah really good deal I paid 800 for mine Newfie Bruce
  2. Hi I've been reading a bit about the musky fishing in Niagara river and would like some help finding good areas to go in a 23 ft bayliner trophy for casting bull dawg magnums I am not familiar with the river but I do have navionics on my phone thanks in advance Newfie Bruce
  3. How's the musky on st clair they getting any beef to then nowNewfie Bruce
  4. How much it cost roughly for a 23 footer to get shrink wrapped ya think?Newfie Bruce
  5. I've caught fish with my downriggers set at 20 feet running a 2 stroke 9.9hp for a kicker I would guess using dipsys the kicker noise wouldn't be an issue at all Newfie Bruce
  6. bruceleogould

    I have an idea to build a speed and temp probe

    I do have a scotty manual downrigger that clamps on to a canoe that I was going to use for this project and that's what I figured with the wires I only need to figure out which one is for the temp on the ducerNewfie Bruce
  7. bruceleogould

    losing downrigger

    Maybe won't lose a downrigger but the cable will snap if it bounces too hard even with as little as a 8 lb cannonball and you'll lose the ball and clincher anyways Newfie Bruce
  8. bruceleogould

    I have an idea to build a speed and temp probe

    If that's the case then yeah it'll be a pita so I'm hoping the temp part of the duce is a splice solder and seal Newfie Bruce
  9. bruceleogould

    I have an idea to build a speed and temp probe

    I am going to set it up to hand lower it on 1/4 inch cable I will zip tie the wires to it every 5 ft with different colors ties so I will know my depth Newfie Bruce
  10. bruceleogould

    I have an idea to build a speed and temp probe

    I think it's gonna work great I'll put it on a manual down rigger on the bow that way I won't have to worry about tangle ups when I get a fish on Newfie Bruce
  11. Has anyone ever taken an old fish finder and mounted the boat speed wheel and transducer to a cannonball I know the 2 wires would need to be extended as they are only 20 ft but my only concern is if the transducer will cause interference with my new fishfinder old is lowrance x91 new is lowrance hook 7 with chirp Newfie Bruce
  12. bruceleogould

    Wtb a 7 or 9 inch fishfinder

    Just a little happy Newfie Bruce
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