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Wargofam

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  1. The unit has just been sold. Thank you all for your replies.
  2. The unit includes kits for all standard kicker models. I used it on a Merc 15 pro kicker.
  3. For Sale Troll Master Pro 3+ For Sale Asking $200 TROLL Master is the world's leading remote Throttle & Steering control for auxiliary outboards. Maintain optimum trolling speeds to maximize your catch-salmon, steelhead, trout, walleye, tuna and more. The PRO3 Plus has all the precision speed and direction control of its predecessor, the PRO3, but everything is now controlled with a sleek, wireless remote that you can wear on a lanyard around your neck, keep in a pocket, or mount anywhere on the boat. No more cables to trip over, and no more having to run a cable from the motor to the helm. It features a back-lit display for those times when you're fishing right up to and past sunset when the bite is so hot, you can't leave the water. The rabbit and turtle buttons increase and decrease speed in small increments and keep it there. The controller will go into sleep mode after one minute of inactivity to save power. A quick press of any button will wake it up, and your previous trolling speed will still be set. Easy to install and even easier to use means less time working and more time fishing.
  4. The chart capture below may help you out (see red arrow). Just be sure to stay OUT of Canadian water during the COVID crisis, as we Americans are not welcome in their waters right now. They're taking it very seriously.
  5. I recently purchased a Garmin Panoptix LVS32 with the intention of installing it "rear-facing" on the transom of the boat to watch downriggers for salmon and walleye fishing. I contacted Garmin support and they said it's okay to do provided I follow the usual rules (run it in clean water, avoid interference, etc.). Looking for any advice on tips and techniques for this type of install. Would love to see a picture of an installed transducer where someone did this and find out how well it works. I'd rather do it right the first time.
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