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An older post (Feb 07) but I'll add mytwo cents worth: I have a set of the LureTamers and use them all the time. Great product, especially when I'm just fishing from the bank and transporting my rods in the pickup bed, or in the backseat occasionally. The LureTamers keep the hooks from snagging the ...
- 12 Oct 2007, 13:42
- Forum: Electrical
- Topic: What kind of Fish Finders do yo guys have?
- Replies: 26
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My Tracker came with the Lowrance X37 and X47 units. Good units, but hard to read from a distance (due to small screen). I just bought the Humminbird 525 Fishfinder for the new Lowe boat and I like it a lot better than the small Lowrances. Bigger numbers and much better gray scale (color units won't...
I guess I'm the exception to the rule , as I use the Yo-Zuri Hybrid on my spinning reels (I don't use baitcasters). I have 10# test on two Quantum Pti40 reels, and 8# test on a Shimano Sahara reel. No problems so far.
We don't have any mom & pop tackle shops here, so that leaves us Walmart for terminal tackle stuff. Nearest BPS is a 2 - 2.5 hour drive, and I have used on-line ordering from BPS, which does save fuel and wear & tear on the truck.
- 12 Oct 2007, 11:44
- Forum: Jon and V boat Conversions and Modifications
- Topic: Additions to new boat
- Replies: 14
- Views: 6827
Didn't have to do a lot of conversion to the new Lowe boat, but did add the carpet (a first for me), then added a bilge pump, a rod holder at the back, Humminbird 525 depth finder, and this past week I bought a MinnKota 40# hand-tilled tm for the back.