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Re: Boat rewiring and Components
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Not "necessary", but certainly the tinned wires cut down on corrosion and the wire swelling that is accompanied by it.

You could buy the components and make those harnesses yourself, but in the end you would probably pay more for them that way once your figure in your time and mistakes.

Posted on: 9/6 11:11:11
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Re: pan fish rods
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Quote:

tonkatom wrote:
Don't know what others experiences have lead them to do but, I want a small eye that Doesn't let the bobber "stop" passed the first eye


On some of my rods the eyes are large enough to let the "stop" pass thru but occasionally on a cast the "stop" fouls the line on an eye causing an errant cast

My vote would be smaller eye then the "stop"


and of course I'm talking about a slip bobber rig... with thread and bead


anybody else?


That would pretty much defeat the purpose when fishing deep suspended fish.

The stop would "stop" and you would be left to hand-line up the next 25 feet.

Posted on: 9/2 11:54:48
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Re: pan fish rods
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Posted on: 9/2 10:57:05
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Re: Chopped chicken thigh sandwich
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Nice!!

Posted on: 8/19 14:37:25
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Re: Looking for shoreline fishing suggestions
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Check out the DNR fishing pier pages.

Posted on: 8/14 19:02:18
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Re: Big Trout/Whitefish chain
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Posted on: 8/8 14:35:48
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Re: St. Croix River Fish & Camp
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Nice!!!

The last time I did a trip on the St Croix was the summer before I went in the Air Force.

Started at Hwy 70, camped and fished, portaged around Taylor's Falls, and got off at I94.

Posted on: 7/24 9:13:49
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Re: "Check Engine" alarm/light troubleshooting advice
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Sweet!!

Glad you got it fixed!

Posted on: 7/23 9:20:41
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Re: "Check Engine" alarm/light troubleshooting advice
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The three things that I found out there.

Making oil...oil level too high.

MAP sensor

Trim not all of the way down.

Posted on: 7/7 15:52:44
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Re: Tow Vehicle Likes/Dislikes pulling a 8x16 ice house
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I have a 2018 F150 with the 395 Horse V8
With the new 10 speed tranny I doubt that you would need to go bigger.

JMO

Posted on: 6/28 9:05:43
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