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  2. Those are the best days ever
  3. Looks hand to have a round, but not sure I could figure how to secure to the deck.
  4. Welp here's the problem. Genius I bought it from had line strung through the holes as you can see. Snipped em out and she's castin perfecto. It still does rattle a bit more than my other casting reels but guess i can get used to it.
  5. According to the dealer it is on consignment through, it was always garage kept and if he couldn't get somewhere indoors to store it when traveling he had a heavy duty cover for it to ride under. It has a stainless prop (didn't list pitch) It has a hot foot So far as i'm aware the guy bought the boat in 2008 and it was his boat until he just recently decided to upgrade. unsure if it has a hydraulic jack plate.
  6. Koz

    Sizzler

    I got back into town yesterday afternoon and was jonesing to fish so despite the heat I went out there for about 45 minutes. Even at 5 pm it was still 95 degrees out there. It's going to be a hundred out there the next few days but I might try and get in some early evening fishing if I don't melt first.
  7. Don’t you love when you find a ‘spot’ and finally tell someone about it and they say “there?! We’ve been catching them there since the 80’s’ Columbus probably felt similar. You have Navionics on your phone? I always give that a glance when traveling from spot to spot as a non boater
  8. The stock spool in a PX68 will hold about 110 yards of 20lb power pro 8 Slick. If you're casting on a full spool and emptying it, that is around 300 -330ft. Extremely looooooooooong casts.
  9. The main goal is to be able to lob glides and swimbaits while standing in a kayak with a solid platform. Old Town Topwater, 3 Waters Big Fish, Jackson Bite are my current faves. However I also fish some small streams and rivers with decent current. Are these types of boats with stability type hulls hot garbage in a stream? Thanks guys.
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  11. I was going to suggest a Pflueger President combo, but I am pretty sure it is above your price range.
  12. Well, not certain what you'd anchor these to on your boat deck, but I find these rubberized wire gear ties to be indispensable and good for about a thousand uses . . . and still counting. What is great about them is just a single twist does the trick for most applications; so, they make for a super fast release, too. I usually have a few just hanging off my kayak's seat to grab if I want to secure something very quickly. They come in different lengths. If not for your purpose, great to have around a boat. Brad
  13. same model I have. I tried the putty in the hull and the transducer won't work. That particular model transducer has to be in the water. Even the chrip wouldn't read correctly.
  14. I love dobyns/slx set up. Both the blank and reel are light. I got my Sierra last christmas from tackle warehouse for the price of the fury. The only difference I notice is the weight. I feel the seirra is lighter. I am budget angler in every way possible but I want quality gear. Both combos were around $200. Man a meet up sounds great. All my fishing buddies chase rockfish so I fish by myself a lot.
  15. I'd recommend the Abu Garcia Veritas in H/Fast.
  16. should do fine, a trd and a 1/16 oz head weight just a little under a 1/4 oz. Somewhere around .222 oz.
  17. Holy smokes , I don’t like the sounds of that trade
  18. I use 12 pound Sufix Siege for most of my 1/2 oz spinnerbaits.
  19. Same thing here in central NY. I was out last weekend and didn't see any beds. Water temps ranged from 58°-62°..... I managed 6 decent bass and dropped 4, but it took 5 1/2 hours to do that....
  20. I had a friend that ran eight 225 Evinrude's in a commercial application. His bench mark was 2000 hours when he replaced a motor. He said over the years, he found that was about the time they started having failures that increased maintenance cost over normal routine maintenance. Now, these were properly maintained and cared for motors, something most boat owners seem to know nothing about. The type engine also plays a role in it also. For instance, Mercury racing engines like the 300sx etc, can require a re-ring every 100 hours. Of course they can also be turning almost 8,000 rpm and a modified one over 10,000 rpm
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