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I wondered if anybody recommendations for my bass boat that will be game changing in a tournament

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Spare prop

Extra line

Braid scissors

Net

Needle Nose Pliers

TP

Extra hooks

Extra tail feathers 

File

Screw Driver

Line Conditioner 

Scent (if you believe in it)

Cull tags 

Razor blade 

Pain medication 

First aid kit

Super glue

etc

etc

 

 

 

 

Mike

 

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If you haven't already, consider including your cranking battery to your on-board battery charging system.

Also, install the T-H Marine Troll-Tamer Trolling Motor Locking System - 

You'll be glad you did. 

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A-Jay

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I f you dont have power poles a couple of good anchors come in handy . My cousin and I anchored two consecutive days on a windy point to win a 500 boat tourney .

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I will list my top three

 

RUBBER basket net- got no time to waste trying to unsnag my lure or messing with any of it.

 

Texas tackle split ring pliers.  They are amazing and swapping out a bent up or beat up hook on a bait or adding rings to jerks to get them to suspend right became a lot less time consuming.

 

Basic first aid kit.  Take a hook and need to stop the bleeding or have a crashing headache.  These can ruin a day.  Bandaids, motrin, and some benedryl for poisoned bites.  Snakes spiders bees whatever.  And it's good for your dog to if they get bit.

 

 

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A popsnagger is very handy  pliers, braid cutter, hook threader, eye cleaner, and hook sharpener.  It never leaves my boat.

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...bottle opener .... 

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Marker buoys . I use them most trips .

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13 minutes ago, scaleface said:

Marker buoys . I use them most trips .

 

That reminds me.  Many years ago, I put "Marker buoys" on my Christmas list for my family.

 

I got this:

 

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On 4/16/2018 at 6:50 PM, NHBull said:

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What's the proper order of use here ?

Please tell me you're not using these simultaneously ? 

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A-Jay

 

 

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56 minutes ago, A-Jay said:

What's the proper order of use here ?

Please tell me you're not using these simultaneously ? 

:smiley:

A-Jay

 

 

That must be only for use after a week strait of nothing but cheese in the diet. 

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You're going to need a measuring board .

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Sunscreen.  Foul weather gear.  

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Thx

 

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Ultrex trolling motor

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Balance beam

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Compound lineman pliers to cut heavy hooks in a emergency.Tool kit with needle nose and channel lock pliers, reel repair kit and screw drivers, spark plugs and wrench, 10" Crescent wrench, duct tape, spare fuses, sharp knife, hook hone.

Heavy shoe string tied in a loop to remove hooks.

Pint of 3% hydrogen peroxide to mix 1/2 bottle to 15 gallon live well for emergency DO.

Spare wide brim hat, ball cap and polarized sun glasses.

SPF 50 water proof sunscreen.

Medium size terry cloth towel and hand size wash rage.

Flash light.

MegaStrike or similar attractant.

Spare cloths and rain suit.

Drinking water and snacks.

Throw cushion.

Fire extinguisher.

spare PFD.

Running lights.

Spare prop and prop tools

Spare sonar knobs

ice

Did I say spare everything.

Organize everything; hooks, weights, lures, soft plastics so you know exactly where it is.

Tom

  

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Direct from The Michigan DNR:

PWC Boat Less Than 16 Ft. Boat 16 Ft. to 
Less Than 26 Ft.
Boating Safety Certificate On Board ✓1 ✓1 ✓1
Certificate of Number On Board
Validation Decals Displayed
Wearable PFDs: Type I, II, or III ✓2 ✓3 ✓3
Throwable PFD: Type IV    
Type B-I Fire Extinguisher
Engine Cut-Off Switch    
Backfire Flame Arrestor ✓4 ✓4
Ventilation System
Muffler
Horn, Whistle, or Bell ✓5 ✓5 ✓5
Daytime Visual Distress Signals     ✓5
Nighttime Visual Distress Signals N/A ✓5 ✓5
Navigation Lights N/A ✓6 ✓6
  1. Applicable for some operators. See Who May Operate a Boat and Who May Operate a Personal Watercraft (PWC) for details.
  2. Those on PWCs must wear a PFD at all times. Inflatable PFDs may not be used.
  3. Those under the age of 6 years must wear a Type I or II PFD when riding on the open deck of any vessel.
  4. Required on inboard and stern drives only.
  5. Required only on the Great Lakes and waters connected to the Great Lakes.
  6. Unpowered vessels (sailboats under sail, rowboats, etc.) are required only to have a flashlight or a lantern on hand.

 

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Compass and/or a map.

Rope.

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