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  1. You can't beat a deep and wide 16ft aluminum tiller for versitility. S.
  2. That's all thanks to you for being an amazing person S.
  3. Cliff, next time just send me a text. I didn't get this until just now, but otherwise I could have left right away. Don't forget I am close by, and always willing to help. If not me, Lori would also. S.
  4. I have no advice, but I am very happy for you, Cliff! S.
  5. what the hell does this have to do with anything? All this says to me is that you are a holier than thou who doesn't care about peoples rights and freedoms. Your opinion doesn't mean squat to me, and I'm sure many, many others here too. S.
  6. Sounds like a great spot for the next meet and greet! I know what I would do, but i'm not going to say that here......you get my drift. S.
  7. Nice. Perfect eaters! S.
  8. JUST cooked is the key. I have had fresh Atlantic halibut, but it was over cooked. Don't get me wrong, it was fantastic, but a little dry and "meaty". The rest is just hte standard fish and chips stuff, that like you said, isn't great. As a matter of fact, I prefer cod if I go for fish and chips anyways. I could eat cod every day lol S.
  9. Make a few and I would try one out. S.
  10. A pacific halibut is way at the top of my list. I just want to catch one, clean it, and cook it in the same day. I don't really care how big it is, but of course a huge one would be amazing. I just want to eat one fresh. I've never really been a huge fan of halibut, I find it kind of dry and tough, for fish, but I have never tried it fresh, and trust me, i LOVE eating fresh fish. I planned to go this year, and last, but covid kind of messed it up, so maybe next year. S.
  11. I just looked into an axle, and found out its 8-12 weeks to get one pretty much anywhere, cerka, and Eastons included. A 3500lb axle is way overkill for your boat. I have a 16ft starcraft, 40 yamaha and my axle is 2500lbs. You'd be surprised at how little your boat likely weighs. Get the EZ lube hubs (standard at eastons, or cerka) for sure. They are the cats meow. The princess auto axles are china made, with cheap, garbage bearings in them. S.
  12. That is super slick. I'd buy one. You should really look into making these, there are a lot of unhappy people with powerdrive Ipilot units. S.
  13. Sweet. You will have to put your chip back in your old unit, and save the way points to the chip, and not the internal memory of the graph. S.
  14. Take a look here. https://www.lioapplications.lrc.gov.on.ca/fishonline/Index.html?viewer=FishONLine.FishONLine
  15. No plug, no fuse, just straight to the battery. Simple, and effective. Most of my use is slow trolling, auto pilot or spot lock, so im not ripping thru thick weeds chasing bass, or using high power really ever. Anyways, its worked for me for a long, long time with no issues. S.
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