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    Default Lets see pics of your boats!

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    Where is your boat? If you need one, I have two for sale.

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    Minnows are for kids<<<update this statement is being reconsidered!
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    Default 1652 triton all welded DS

    When they're biting.....I'm a busy man!!!!
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    It aint nowhere near this clean now....But it dont sit long either!!!
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    Hey golfpro, what kind of tm do you have?
    "i only like to fish when i am by myself or with someone"

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    That's a motorguide 54 lb 12 volt foot controlled with 360' gator flex mount.....great tm...got if off ebay brand new saved about $125.00!!!!

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    How do you slow it down enough to slow troll with it? I have a 40lb model and on my jonboat and 1.2-1.3 mph is as slow as i can make it go.
    "i only like to fish when i am by myself or with someone"

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    Default trolling / spider rigging

    I really don't long line troll...I mainly spider rig and just "bump around" with my speed set on #1 and use the momentary switch on the foot control. I just got my gps back and I do need to see what my speed will be on #1 ...clam day ...calm water...I bet it would be to fast as well...we"ll see... you could slow yourself down with a small drift sock, but i bet that would flat kill your battery in short order. I use a drift sock in the wind to keep from going too fast and man does it work!!!! You only hope that the wind is blowing in the direction you want to go due to the boat being "less than responsive" trying to change course fighting the drift sock drag!!!! I know that I pilots are the weapon of choice....but I wasn't about to drop a grand on a trolling motor!!!!

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    My 1994 Ranger 374v with 175hp Mercury XRI. I got a lot of Lake Oconee miles on this one. Picture was taken after I bought her back in April 2011. Now has Driftmaster spider rigging rod holder setup in the bow. Thought about mounting clamp on rod holders to those round bars on the sides for longlining. All I need now is a MK I pilot trolling motor. Mine came with a 30lb Motorguide. Moves boat pretty well for a small motor. May be overkill as a crappie boat but I got a great deal on it and she rides great, easy to manuever, takes wind well and makes quick work of getting to one place to the other. If you see this one on Oconee stop and say hello.
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