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    Usually the power wire is pretty short (4-6ft),...

    Usually the power wire is pretty short (4-6ft), and the transducer cable is typically much longer.

    Powering it up is simple, just power and ground. There is usually an accessory outlet or...
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    A 55 would be marginal in some cases, and if you...

    A 55 would be marginal in some cases, and if you run a single battery, capacity is less than stellar.

    It's a lot better to have too much that not enough. A 24V motor will have way more capacity,...
  3. Crappie can do well in small ponds. There's a 3...

    Crappie can do well in small ponds. There's a 3 acre pond not far from me that has an excellent population of 12-13" black crappie, although it is much deeper, at 23 feet.

    You really have to keep...
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    Crank pulling is the most productive right now. ...

    Crank pulling is the most productive right now.

    Masters and Cedar Ridge are the best ramps that I know of with the high water. Most others are open but the docks may be pulled out.
  5. 1/16 and 1/32 mainly. 1/32 for less than 20 fow,...

    1/16 and 1/32 mainly. 1/32 for less than 20 fow, 1/16 for deeper. Weedless sickle hook jigs with soft plastics. Works for me.

    I have some smaller 1/64 oz jigs as well, but I seldom use them.
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    A trolling motor mount suits my style of fishing...

    A trolling motor mount suits my style of fishing better, single pole jigging off of the bow, most of the time. I like being able to see directly what's under (and including) my bait, so this works...
  7. Thread: FEED time ?

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    Those are great jigs. My favorite non-weedless....

    Those are great jigs. My favorite non-weedless. Cheap too.
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    Kawasaki has just recently entered the consumer...

    Kawasaki has just recently entered the consumer market. They built their reputation on commercial engines, which were excellent. From what I've heard, their new engines are pretty good.

    I'm not a...
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    Mine doesn't either. Not sure if its standard on...

    Mine doesn't either. Not sure if its standard on newer motors or just an option, but you can get it.
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    Ulterra is auto deploy. Terrova has optional (I...

    Ulterra is auto deploy. Terrova has optional (I think) spring assisted deploy. You still have to deploy it manually, just makes it easier to lift.
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    1. Terrova retains the foot pedal with Ipilot. ...

    1. Terrova retains the foot pedal with Ipilot.
    2. Terrova has a simpler deploy mechanism, one lever versus 2 on the PD.
    3. Terrova automatically cuts power when stowed. PD has to be disconnected...
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    Cedar may not be favorable because it's so soft,...

    Cedar may not be favorable because it's so soft, the transom clamps on your motor would dig into it.

    I used a chunk of oak on my old Alumacraft, but that's not available to everyone.
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    I have a 10' Ozark rear seat. Never really got...

    I have a 10' Ozark rear seat. Never really got used to it, doesn't seem to suit my style of fishing very well, and it's a pain in the butt to store in my boat.

    If you do a lot of shallow...
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    I did a little experimenting. Took the Stingray...

    I did a little experimenting. Took the Stingray foil off of my 60hp Merc 2 stroke. It's on a 17' Tracker Deep V.

    It is slower to plane without the foil. The bow rises higher and then levels out...
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    Depends on what size trolling motor that you have.

    Depends on what size trolling motor that you have.
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    Poll: Righty, left side.

    Righty, left side.
  17. I could see them being useful on flat bottoms or...

    I could see them being useful on flat bottoms or Semi-vs that have no deadrise in the back, which would not work well with a tapered roller.

    If you have a deep v like I do, tapered rollers work...
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    Rod holders. I use the wire style with 3-screw...

    Rod holders. I use the wire style with 3-screw bases. 10 bucks from Walmart.

    I run 4 rods maximum fishing solo. Even that can be a handful while trying to drive the boat and deal with fish. My...
  19. Thread: Pomme

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    Wheatland will probably be open, but it has to be...

    Wheatland will probably be open, but it has to be getting close to the parking lot. The lake hasn't crested yet either.
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    I was out as well, up by the dam. Caught a half...

    I was out as well, up by the dam. Caught a half limit of nice 11-13" crappie, two short walleyes, a few whites, and a largie. Doing the same thing you were, pulling flickers.
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    Had one on a '14 semi-v with a 25hp Johnson. Boat...

    Had one on a '14 semi-v with a 25hp Johnson. Boat was rated for 25, but that motor was a little heavy for the boat. Without a foil it porpoised so badly that you couldn't go faster than 25. With a...
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    Typically a short shaft is around 15", and a long...

    Typically a short shaft is around 15", and a long shaft is about 20.
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    One of my favorite aspects of those baits,...

    One of my favorite aspects of those baits, they'll catch about anything. Flatheads, blues, channels, whites, smallies, largemouth, crappie, walleye, drum, you name it. Even bluegill.
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    Cranking on Stockton

    Went Sunday and tonight, pulling cranks. Firetiger flicker shads have been the best.

    Sunday, 6 crappie, 5 walleye, a smallie, and a spot.

    Tonight, 9 crappie, nothing else. Not sure where the...
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    Just checked them out and was a little irritated...

    Just checked them out and was a little irritated that they do not sell flickers online.
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    You can use any marine gear lube. Marine is...

    You can use any marine gear lube. Marine is preferable because it has additives that better handle water contamination.

    I use Lucas, 10 bucks a quart, can get two or three changes out of a bottle.
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    The Navionics app has them as well. Most of them...

    The Navionics app has them as well. Most of them are accurate, but some do not exist, or are pretty far away from the waypoint.
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    I never had a whole lot of luck with that stuff....

    I never had a whole lot of luck with that stuff. Maybe if you are already proficient with oxy/acetylene welding, then you could do a pretty good job. I'm not, and just ended up making the hole bigger...
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    Sounds like a pair of vice grips taped to a broom...

    Sounds like a pair of vice grips taped to a broom handle may be what you need.
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    I'd be concerned that it's full of water.

    I'd be concerned that it's full of water.
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