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NymphO

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  1. Two dipseys on the side!? I wanna do it but scared of one nasty mess with the current that lake has



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    Absolutely !

    Inside on 1.5 and outside on 3.5. Never an issue, just send it !

    On my boat we decided to play a dangerous game last staging season and ran 4 on each side. Mag inside on 1. Then regular size on 1, 2,3.5. Mixed up some on gunnel rod holders and some up on the trees. Kept all spoons or jplugs. Zero tangles. But, I won't do that again. One of those things we just had to try. It did get my son his PB though !

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  2. Headed out yesterday just in time for the beautiful NE wind. Managed a few fish and had a successful maiden voyage on my buddy's new to him fishmaster. 80fow with dipsys out 115 and 125. Blue jeans and alewive mag spoons. Couple nice kings and a burp lizard. Better than a skunk especially with the wind change.

     

    Felt great to feel a king again. Good luck to all this season ! Tight lines

     

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  3. Been kicking around the idea.... I have a honda 4 stroke, electric start long shaft. Mid 2000's I think / grey cowl. Runs like a top and sips fuel. It's way more than I need for the boat to troll. If somebody had a similar year / shape and is in the opposite position needing a bit more hp, let me know. I will only trade for another honda.

     

     

    Can't seem to post pics, I can email or text if needed.

     

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  4. I'm slowly upgrading my convectors to cold water high speeds. Love them. There are Def better reels out there, but for a " weekend warrior" they are slick. BUT. I have different reels for browns and for salmon and for walleye. Most of my reels are convectors but I have a pile of smaller inexpensive Diawas I use for browns. Spend the money on your salmon reels as they are the ones that get beat up.

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