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  1. VooDoo

    Moor Subtroll Wire

    Depending on how bad the bare spots are, you can coat them with Atwood liquid tape. Just stretch out the wire and coat the bad spots. Just let it dry thoroughly before respooling. Also the Depth Raider works on the same principal, so the coated wire sold by that company will work on your Moor Sent from my SM-G930V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  2. VooDoo

    auto pilot vs bow mounted electric

    I have had zero problems with my motorguide, Alot of people don't realize they are a division of Mercury Marine. I suppose you can get a good one or bad one with either just like car brands.
  3. VooDoo

    auto pilot vs bow mounted electric

    Also have a 3 bank onboard charger. I consider this a must. Be a real pain removing batteries or trying to connect them to an external charger. Sent from my SM-G930V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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    auto pilot vs bow mounted electric

    I put 2 of my batteries in one side hatch in the bow and the 3rd battery in a smaller hatch in the front. They do not have to be all together. It's fairly easy to just run a wire to the 3rd battery. I'm running 2 Caterpillar 1000 amp batteries, had 3 but one went bad, replaced it with a marine 29 size. Plenty of power and longevity. 105 foot power thrust Sent from my SM-G930V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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    auto pilot vs bow mounted electric

    I am running a motorguide xi 5. 36 volt system. Merc 9.9 kicker on a 19' deep vee. In most situations I can get well over 8 hrs on a heading lock. It can interface with sonar. Up to 3 footers it does great although you do have to put more power to it when its rough. Over 3' waves and I dont want to be out there anyway. I would recommend 36 volt over 24 just for battery longevity. Sent from my SM-G930V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  6. After the blow Friday was able to get out in the evening. Had multiple hook ups on meat in 85 to 190 fow. Lost a hog at the back of the boat. Broke off the hot meat rig on a screamer. Put one decent fish in the boat. Saturday ran a 300 cooper of a tx 44 with f/f took a nice king almost immediately in 85 fow. Running riggers 65 to 90 as we got into deeper water. Nothing. Divers with f/f dead. Ran a 10 color core on tx 44 with an orange dot silver spoon for steelhead. Immediately took a nice king. The 10 color ended up taking 5 kings. Ended up taking 2 steelhead on riggers after switching to spoons and another on copper with a spoon. Sent from my SM-G930V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  7. Thanks, hope the weather holds... Sent from my SM-G930V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  8. Sounds like a plan Sent from my SM-G930V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  9. Heading to Oak Orchard Thursday. Anyone have any words of wisdom on where to start looking? Any advice greatly appreciated. Sent from my SM-G930V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  10. VooDoo

    15 foot Smoker Craft

    Trolling motor or fishfinder come with it? Sent from my SM-G930V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  11. VooDoo

    Auotpilot

    Dont know what kind of boat you have or if this would work for you, but this could be another option. I have a 19' deep vee with a MotorGuide xi 5 36 v. trolling motor on the bow. It will hold a heading, hold a set speed, and even record a track that it will follow later, even in wind and waves. I use it just to steer and use my 9.9 kicker for propulsion. Batteries last 8 to 10 hrs. Minn Kota makes several motors that would work too
  12. Aztec single action airbrush with accessories and instructional video and Badger air compressor with auto shut off. Both have very little use and are in perfect working condition. Easy to use. Great for painting lures, spoons, or spinner blades. $45 plus shipping. Send me a pm. Sent from my SM-G930V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  13. I use inline boards with zero issues. 30 lb power pro. TX 44s definitely replace plastic pin with metal one. Spin 4 or 5 times. Use stock front clip. On OR12 I use the red release on the back. Put line behind pin spin 4 or 5 times. I use the snapper Release on the front. Leave a little slack in the line so the tattle flag will work. Insert braid in jaws of release and wrap around once and snap jaws closed. Have never had this method slip. Sent from my SM-G930V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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  15. VooDoo

    A-Hole with fireworks

    Sorry to hear about this..Best of luck getting your boat back up and running
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