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    Lowrance LCX-27

    View Advert Lowrance LCX-27 Selling a Lowrance LCX-27 that I removed from my boat. Unit works flawlessly, just switched to Humminbird. All that I have is the control head, GPS puck, some network connections, box, manual, screen cover. I was not able to salvage the power cable and transducer. Info on the head can be found at http://support.lowrance.com/system/selfservice.controller?CONFIGURATION=1001&PARTITION_ID=1&secureFlag=false&TIMEZONE_OFFSET=&CMD=VIEW_ARTICLE&ARTICLE_ID=2898 Selling for $150 or best offer Advertiser Flippin-Jig Date 11/14/2018 Price Category Fishing Classifieds  
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    Lowrance LCX-27

    Time Left: 1 month and 27 days

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    Selling a Lowrance LCX-27 that I removed from my boat. Unit works flawlessly, just switched to Humminbird. All that I have is the control head, GPS puck, some network connections, box, manual, screen cover. I was not able to salvage the power cable and transducer. Info on the head can be found at http://support.lowrance.com/system/selfservice.controller?CONFIGURATION=1001&PARTITION_ID=1&secureFlag=false&TIMEZONE_OFFSET=&CMD=VIEW_ARTICLE&ARTICLE_ID=2898 Selling for $150 or best offer

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    Mississauga, Ontario - CA

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    onboard charger recommendation

    I've had a few chargers in my bass boats over the years. I have had Guest and Minn Kota Chargers that died or lost a bank. None of the chargers were as good as or as durable as the Dual Pro Charger I currently have. A few friends have the same charger in their boats and they too have been going strong for a few years.
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    Death of a Lake

    It used to be a spectacular bass fishery. Crazy numbers and crazy big sizes. Another thing that does not help is bulletin boards like this. Although I love reading posts and get green with envy over many of the photos, if you have any honey-holes, keep them a secret. Don't mention where you were, keep your "gems" a secret.
  5. The Personal Injury Alliance that you hear advertised on the radio are just about the best personal injury lawyers in Ontario. Give them a call. They all work on contingencies. If you/they settle, they get a percentage of the settlement and there are no other fees to pay.
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    Rod lockers and lockable storage for your boat.

    Have a look at a loc-r-bar. http://www.locrbar.com/ It's what I use and have no complaints about it.
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    What type of line do you use For Flipping/pitching?

    I use 50# yellow power pro and absolutely love it. I colour the last foot or so with a spike it garlic marker. I have fished in the clearest of water and never had a problem getting bit. There is nothing like the rope! I used to use leaders but realized that people fishing next to me with straight rope were not outfishing me at all. I only fish largemouth and think the only good smallmouth is the one that hits a flipping jig!
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    Ahmic Lake info

    From Ahmic Lake resort, it is a short boat ride to the channel into Beaver (or Neighbeck) Lake and from there you can get into Crawford Lake. Beaver and Crawford are lakes with good largemouth fishing, especially Crawford. Fish the obvious stuff!
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    Warranty on Feneick HMX Rods

    The last time I busted an HMX, I sent it to the Pure Fishing office in Manitoba. They wanted the rod with an explantion as to what happened and they quickly couriered another to me. I have had to do this twice in the past and each time they have been quick at getting me a replacement. The contact info I used then was Pure Fishing 815 Phillips Street Portage La Prairie, Manitoba R1N 3C5 (877) 857-3467 This was 3 or 4 years ago so hopefully things have not changed
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    Otonabee River Advice

    I fished the Ottonabee for miles over the weekend. The bite on Rice was slow so I fished the river for most of the day, flipping stick in hand. Bite was a little slow but ended up with a bunch of decent bass by the end of the day. My only advice is put the trolling motor and go. There are miles and miles of fallen trees. Just keep fishing the trees and you will get bit.
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    CBAF Mississauga meeting tonight

    Muddy Moose is located on Mississauga road just east of Erin Mills on the north side. Not sure of the time but 7:30 is a safe bet.
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    Tournament bass guys - help!

    If the argument is what is beneficial to the fish then why fish at all? Putting aside any conservation efforts, there is NOTHING that a fisherman does that is beneficial to the fish, whether the weekend angler or hardcore tournament fisherman. I have been on many lakes the day/week/2-weeks after a tournament and have never seen an any more or less dead bass than any lake where there has never been a tournemant.
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    Simcoe Whities and Lakers

    not used to seeing Jimmy with anything other than a green 'ole largie in his hands....nice fish!
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    Ahmic Lake

    From Ahmic, you can access Beaver Lake and then Crawford Lake by boat. I last fished there 7 years ago but both of those lakes are shallow and had decent pike and largemouth fishing. Fish the shallow weed filled bays on Beaver and Crawford is mostly shallow and weedy.
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    Baitcasting reels

    I have owned a number of different baitcast reels and my pearl of wisdom is this: better reels make using them easier and cheap ones will frustrate the s_it out of you. I would spend a few extra dollars and buy a Shimano. I have a fleet of curado's and they are the best, most durable, and easiest reels I have ever used. Say nothing of the fact of how durable they are. Can't speak for Daiwa but stay away from Abu and especially Quantum.
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