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  1. BassMan11

    Vacuum sealers

    Bingo! Also when you do get get one, I recommend getting the roll of "bags" instead of pre-set individual medium or large bags. You can get a lot more bang for your buck out of the roll.
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    Selling some higher end fishing gear. All bought within the last 2 years and all in excellent condition. G-Loomis NRX 853C JWR - $500 G-Loomis NRX 852S JWR - $500 Shimano Alderbaren 50HG - $450 Shimano Scorpian DC 100HG JDM - $350 Shimano Stradic Ci4 2500 - $280 Shimano Stradic 2500 Fk - $190 All reels are spooled with Power Pro (various pound tests') and are right handed. I can ship the reels (at buyers expense) but the rods must be picked up. Feel free to contact me at 613-293-1607 Prices are firm-ish.

    1,234.00 CAD

    Ottawa, Ontario - CA

  3. View Advert Higher end rods and reels for sale Selling some higher end fishing gear. All bought within the last 2 years and all in excellent condition. G-Loomis NRX 853C JWR - $500 G-Loomis NRX 852S JWR - $500 Shimano Alderbaren 50HG - $450 Shimano Scorpian DC 100HG JDM - $350 Shimano Stradic Ci4 2500 - $280 Shimano Stradic 2500 Fk - $190 All reels are spooled with Power Pro (various pound tests') and are right handed. I can ship the reels (at buyers expense) but the rods must be picked up. Feel free to contact me at 613-293-1607 Prices are firm-ish. Advertiser BassMan11 Date 01/25/2019 Price 1,234.00 CAD Category Fishing Classifieds  
  4. BassMan11

    ipilot questions

    Nice buy. As Kratter stated... keep the shaft and belt clean. I do lubricate the components on the side of the motor that are visible. Also I clean it all out about every handful of trips. 3 years strong on my gen 2 Ulterra without any issues. Also if you decide to use an external transducer for the bow... there is a way to do it cleanly. I did a variation of this with a weed eater recoil. Works very well.
  5. BassMan11

    How to choose braided line.

    Original Power Pro. Spool your reel 25-50% with mono (depending on the application) and then put the braid on top.
  6. BassMan11

    2018-2019 Hockey Thread

    Nice win for the boys. GLG
  7. BassMan11

    ipilot questions

    If that has the new Ipilot with bluetooth then yes it would be a very good deal. 24V would be great but 36 would be better. Especially if your camping on an island out on Nip with no way to charge your batteries..... the extra capacity would be useful. Also don't rule out the Ulterra when looking. I have been running one for the last 3 years and love it. Launching and trailing the boat is a breeze by yourself and not having to go to the front of the boat to pull the motor up is great. Both are great options. As for a sonar up front... I would say gps and standard 2d is fine. Save your DI and SI for the console unit.
  8. BassMan11

    Livescope: Yay or Nay

    Fishing for summer lake trout that is all I am using my sonar for. I don't agree with this statement at all! lol. Sonar for fish finding - DI and SI for structure.
  9. BassMan11

    wolverine study in NW Ontario

    Awesome pictures Dave. Cool animals.
  10. BassMan11

    Livescope: Yay or Nay

    Yes I wondered how deep it was good for. Would love using this for summer Lake Trout. With the boat Networked and rigged for Lowrance, it would a an expensive and timely cut over. Sure is cool though. Uncut still does it the best.
  11. BassMan11

    my brother's pb speckled laker

    Beauty fish Chris. Lots of ice up that way already?
  12. BassMan11

    Spruced up an old ranger tiller

    Boat looks great!
  13. BassMan11

    2018-2019 Hockey Thread

    Not to upset when we lose Jake whether its to trade or to free agency. He is a turnover machine and should not be anywhere near a top 4 pairing. I have never liked him.... and just so we remember he was a large large part of losing game 7 last year. Give me anyone else who is defensively better and can make a good first pass. I would rather overpay for Nylander than overpay for Gardiner. Kap on the other had hes been one of our best players night in night out and that would be tough to lose... but this is the world we live in in a cap era. Just a reminder.. we are only in the 3rd year removed from a dead last finish and trending in the right direction. Win now would be great but with a core of Tavares, Matthews, Marner, Nylander, Reilly, and Freddie (assuming we get everyone signed long term) we should be good for a while. All that to say instead of constantly critiquing and wondering what we are going to do next... I am sure enjoying being consistently in the top 5 in the league standings and wining a lot of hockey games. We are in every game and will be a tough out come playoff time. GLG
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    2018-2019 Hockey Thread

    In case there is any tie breaker needed you have to keep pouring it on unfortunately. It did get a little hard to watch near the end. I liked the fact that when Canada would score they would just go right to centre ice to get ready for the faceoff.... no celebrations. After getting waxed by the Fins in the pre-tourney we needed to send a message. Even though it was against lesser competition. Looking forward to the rest of the games... love this every year!
  15. BassMan11

    Time for a portable generator

    I guess it really depends on what you want to use the generator for. Purchased a Honda 2000w inverter 2 years ago for various occasional uses. Running Noco chargers for my boat, charging items, running power tools, basically just having portable power. When the storm hit Ottawa we lost power for 24 hours and I was able to run the fridge, chest freezer, and basement entertainment system for the duration without any issues. The Honda is whisper quiet, fairly portable and bulletproof. Obviously like any small engine proper maintenance and quality fuel is key. I feel like the 2000 size (or 2200W model now) is the most versatile since it is still a suitcase style and can handle a fairly large load. IMO its worth the investment. Also if you needed more power you can get another 2000w Honda Companion model and run them connected together for a 4000W inverter system with a 30amp plug. This would be a cheaper and more portable option than buying a 5KW inverter. Good luck
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