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    Gonna have to try the tip on raising the motor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skippa Chippa View Post
    Gonna have to try the tip on raising the motor.
    Works like a charm Skippa.
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    My favorite "John" story was going under the bridge and losing signal and no way to steer !
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    Quote Originally Posted by eagle 1 View Post
    My favorite "John" story was going under the bridge and losing signal and no way to steer !
    That was a very bad feeling for sure!! Skeered the mess out of me

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    Quote Originally Posted by eagle 1 View Post
    My favorite "John" story was going under the bridge and losing signal and no way to steer !
    I had something like that happen to me once. Storm came up so I got under the interstate bridge and set my spot lock. When I had my head down in my lunch bag the trolling motor must have lost signal, so it turned 90° and went to full power headed straight toward the concrete piling. Barely got shut off then braced for impact I about broke my arm stopping the boat but I minimized the damage to my trolling motor. And I learned a lesson that GPS signals aren't to be trusted under a bridge. LOL


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    If you’re a big fella like me, moving to the front of the boat for a while will drop the TM power required to keep a speed up high.
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    I seem to recall a John story about a floating crankbait box full of baits. Could be wrong though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mk1848 View Post
    If you’re a big fella like me, moving to the front of the boat for a while will drop the TM power required to keep a speed up high.
    No doubt, battery saver for sure

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    Wish I had them a couple weeks ago. Dropped off a pole and counter at piney point. Kinda looked like a torpedo shooting off.
    Quote Originally Posted by Rees Guide View Post
    Another little tip, those Bass Pro rod floaty things will float a 10 foot Denali rod with a Daiwa line counter on it.
    Dont ask questions just trust me!!!

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