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David Chong

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  1. Fisherman's suggestion & solution is great! Bolt the wires together and apply multiple layers of the liquid tape! I've used this before and it works great!
  2. Are you connecting the negative feed from your batteries to the negative on your troller? I would just use a shrink wrap connector!
  3. Humminbird – press the Menu button twice, go to the Chart tab, press the down arrow to Chart Select and choose SonarChart (FishN’Chip on older models).
  4. You have to select the SonarCharts under your mapping options! Or it used to Fish N Chip under the old Humminbird menus!
  5. Great to hear but just FYI for anyone else who is buying a card, the $50 USD REBATE is available as a mail-in if you purchase it from Navionics dealer!
  6. Well, you identified the differences, only you can say whether those features are useful to you! The relief shading is really only currently available for the St. Lawrence River and the a bit into Lake Ontario. The Sonar Chart Relief gives you a different look at lake contours but are only available on the Great Lakes, Trent-Severn, Rideau waterways and a few lakes in NW Ontario. I don't use the 3D view or the panoramic photo's. The Navionics+ Regions card (Canada & Alaska) was just on sale at BPS, not sure if it still is! Honestly for most people the Navionics+ Regions card is plenty!!!!
  7. Very nice, my friend! I wish that I had some time to tie again!
  8. That was a crazy good deal on the Striker Hardwater suit!
  9. When Erie peaks, we are talking upwards of 100 fish days per person! LOL Next year you should come down for a fish!
  10. The last few years, I have not had a chance to fish Lake Erie very often so this fall I decided to change that up. Made a total of 5 trips down to one of a truly world class Smallmouth bass fishery! The last one was just before the blow and we managed to win a small local tournament with 5 Smallies for a total of 28.98 lbs. We had some good days out there but never really caught the peak of the fall action, there is still a few days left in the season maybe we'll be able to get out one more time. Here are some beautiful Erie bronze to help us make it through a long winter!
  11. WOW, we were out there the day before but had seen the forecast coming! Sadly lots of damaging, private properties, the docks at Crystal Beach etc. Always awestruck by the power of Mother Nature, all I know is I'm glad that we were out the day before when all we had to deal with were 5-7 foot rollers!!
  12. With a glass boat a keel guard is a must and look for sandy/pebbly areas. Power Poles don't hurt either! Aluminum should be a issue, again avoid sharp jagged rocky areas. The TH Marine Z-Launch Cord is handy when launching solo!
  13. Interesting, I have a couple of friends who have SnoDogs and seem happy with them!
  14. Cool, absolute do miss seeing the Aurora Borealis!
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