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  1. I always used the gas pump and one of these...

    I always used the gas pump and one of these bottles to measure oil when I used to premix. Fill till the pump kicks off, note how much gas it took, measure the right amount of oil, and dump it in. I...
  2. I would venture to guess that position 1 on that...

    I would venture to guess that position 1 on that switch is constant, and the other is (or was) a timed mode where the pump will cycle automatically.

    If there is not an extra hole in the transom or...
  3. Thread: Winter depth

    by Atimm693
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    I have winched them out of 50 feet, and also...

    I have winched them out of 50 feet, and also caught them in 15 feet in the dead of winter. Sometimes on the same lake.

    There are no absolutes, fish go where they're most comfortable, but generally...
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    Is this normal behavior or something new? It's...

    Is this normal behavior or something new?

    It's normal for the pressure to jump around some as the thermostat opens and closes, since the amount of water it will bypass varies depending on water...
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    A buddy of mine has a 10ft pole with two small...

    A buddy of mine has a 10ft pole with two small LED light pods like these on the top. Best thing ever for night fishing if the bugs aren't too bad, it will light up the whole area like a stadium. He...
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    I'm surprised steel case wolf is bringing that...

    I'm surprised steel case wolf is bringing that much, that's about what brass used to go for.

    I've been finding Wolf 7.62x39 here and there for the past year or so for 30cpr pretty easily.

    6.5...
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    I have never really had much luck casting less...

    I have never really had much luck casting less than 1/16 of an ounce on a slip float. If you want to use a small jig, then you will also need a split shot. This keeps the float from banging on the...
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    It's been a couple weeks, but yeah. The lake is...

    It's been a couple weeks, but yeah. The lake is chock full of short fish, there are plenty to be caught just need to move around to find the active bigger ones.

    Main lake piles or timber close to...
  9. I have played with them quite a bit. Usually the...

    I have played with them quite a bit. Usually the results go from pretty good to just about perfect, unless the prop was way off to start with.

    It's a lot of trial and error, and a good...
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    Seized to the spindle? You can cut the cages,...

    Seized to the spindle?

    You can cut the cages, discard the rollers, and slice the races with a grinder equipped with a cut off wheel. Once you get them cut most of the way through, give them a...
  11. Thread: 6.2 quarts!

    by Atimm693
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    These long intervals usually only fall into the...

    These long intervals usually only fall into the "ideal conditions" category. Meaning that you hop in, drive on the highway for a good while, shut it down, and do it all over again.

    The way most of...
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    I have used it and like it. Last I knew it was...

    I have used it and like it. Last I knew it was the same as Mr. Crappie.

    I consider all mono to have be disposable and short lived, so I just use the cheap stuff and replace it often. Even if you...
  13. Price is too high IMO. Brand new Terrova 80 60"...

    Price is too high IMO. Brand new Terrova 80 60" with Ipilot is $1899 from Bass Pro, $2399 if you want the Link model with down imaging.

    Around $1000 is usually the going rate for a used Terrova...
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    Yep, 50:1.

    Yep, 50:1.
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    You could try rubbing ink or something over the...

    You could try rubbing ink or something over the serial number. Might make it legible.

    I agree that it is a late 80s to early 90s model.
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    Hard to beat those Pfluegers. I have a...

    Hard to beat those Pfluegers.

    I have a President that has seen some heavy use for the last 3 years. It got dunked on a winter outing (trolling motor was involved) and froze solid that night....
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    Unfortunately the Achilles's heel of those old...

    Unfortunately the Achilles's heel of those old Powerdrives is the foot pedal. They no longer make new ones and used ones that still work bring a lot of money, and they often don't stay working for...
  18. If you like that kind of sharpshooting technique,...

    If you like that kind of sharpshooting technique, use 2D.

    Turn the sensitivity to auto high, A-scope on, scroll speed to fast. A 1/32 oz jig will show up, and you'll be able to see fish that are...
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    I can complain all I want, but one of those kids...

    I can complain all I want, but one of those kids happily retrieved my boat when my launching rope came untied from the cleat, and I was standing on the dock holding it watching my boat drift away.
    ...
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    24V will be worth it if you do any trolling. I...

    24V will be worth it if you do any trolling. I can pull cranks all day at 2mph with a Terrova 80 on a 17' Tracker with two group 29 batteries. It will do a touch over 3mph wide open. 24V motors are...
  21. My 93 has the GT52 as well. I think it does work...

    My 93 has the GT52 as well. I think it does work better for whatever reason. I don't really use SI all that much, mostly in the winter looking for shad schools, because I am not all that competent...
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    An investment in a well known and established...

    An investment in a well known and established crypto really isn't any different than stock in a company IMO. Investing in whatever coin is hot at the moment is essentially gambling, you could win big...
  23. I had a lot of the same trouble but did...

    I had a lot of the same trouble but did eventually get it to work halfway decent. I still didn't really have a lot of luck finding brushpiles with it though, that is still true with the 93SV I have...
  24. Thread: 9.9 part 2

    by Atimm693
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    You are expecting a lot out of that 9.9. A 25...

    You are expecting a lot out of that 9.9. A 25 would be more appropriate for that load.

    A hydrofoil and different prop will make it easier on the motor, but don't expect much.
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    Tekton or Harbor Freight will work. Keep in...

    Tekton or Harbor Freight will work.

    Keep in mind that they are not accurate within the bottom 10% of their range, make sure to buy one that is sized appropriately for your application.
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    $1000 won't get you anywhere in property....

    $1000 won't get you anywhere in property. Honestly real estate seems like it's in a huge bubble right now and I don't want any part of it. This much growth just doesn't seem sustainable, at this rate...
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    I have in the past. Onboard is much better IMO. ...

    I have in the past. Onboard is much better IMO.

    Some of those chargers will draw power if they are hooked to the battery and left unplugged. That is something to watch out for if you plan on...
  28. Thread: Trim tab .

    by Atimm693
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    I consider that to be normal, every boat that...

    I consider that to be normal, every boat that I've been in does it.

    Check that it is riding level or close to it. On my rig a hard list will cause it to pull where it otherwise wouldn't, and make...
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    Swap the jack with one that has dual wheels, will...

    Swap the jack with one that has dual wheels, will roll and steer much easier.
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    Another advantage of a 2 piece is that if you...

    Another advantage of a 2 piece is that if you break the tip section you can often buy a replacement for much less than a new rod.

    That said I still prefer 1 piece. They don't twist around on you...
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