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nhjim

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  1. trolling plates take a lot of your steering away also. a pair of trolling bags may help alot.
  2. running garmin and fishhawk also my two transducers are about 4' apart and when i get over about 50' deep cant run finder on 77 or loose the fishhawk. run on 200 no prob any depth.my setup looks similar to yours
  3. put the retro ease on them. pull it in when ready to hook up otherwise keep that weight in the water.
  4. nice video good day on the lake
  5. nice job. that young guy is an animal putting it right to them awesome to see.
  6. rubber bumper stays on to protect the prongs that stick out the front. remove at end of day otherwise water held inside will keep probe on and flatten your battery's.
  7. new company? something your making yourself? parts warranty on these in future.looking for downrigger swivel base. how many locking positions. thanks
  8. seemed to be yes i went toward the wider side of the range for my boat because the top got wider if that makes sense. meaning could have gone one range narrower with my boat width.
  9. being universal some fitting required but pretty minor.
  10. just bought a cheep one from oceans south online 6' 3 bow with rear support poles $115 shipped had it in 3 days. not nearly a custom but all told well made for the money. cheep shade.
  11. fish 307 has them can either be boom mounted or they sell a spud that goes in the rear holder to attach the duals too.
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