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Re: Filleting fish
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I'd also be curious. I've always wondered what fish actually yield but always forget to actually check. Interesting topic.

Posted on: 3/6 17:46:56
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Re: Trollmaster pro 2 or itroll
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That is the same thing I do with the trollmaster. Adjust the speed with a dial, and steer with bow mount. My numbers are different, for my boat I'm usually between 57-70 on the readout while trolling. The number always changes depending on wind speed, but I pay more attention to the GPS speed on the graph than the setting on the motor control.

Jfro50 - I too will be looking for the itroll at the sports show. I'm curoius about there similarities/differences. Always fun to learn about something new

Posted on: 2/24 14:57:39
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Re: Trollmaster pro 2 or itroll
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Question for BTJacobs21, You can set MPH on the itroll? If so does it have a built in GPS or how does it know how fast you are going?

Posted on: 2/22 9:47:02
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Re: Trollmaster pro 2 or itroll
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I have a troll master 2 on my boat. It was a pain to install, because it didn't fit very well. I have the correct kit for my motor, but it still rubbed on my motor cover. I was able to modify it to fit good on my own. Another downfall is that it always has power to the servo, even when switched off(don't know about itroll). I remedied the problem by putting it on its own switch. Those are the negatives. I have no experience with the itroll, but after watching there video the troll master looks a lot less complicated to use. I've had no issues with mine for the three seasons I've had it. Imo unless you plan to add steering control, the itroll isn't worth the extra money.

Posted on: 2/22 7:55:26
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Re: 2017-18 walleye regulations
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Posted on: 2/17 9:54:20
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Re: Anyone ever had this happen?
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Haven't got the same fish three times, but I have broke a line or been bitten off and shortly after catch the fish with my lure still in its mouth. I've also cranked one half way up, and lost it only to watch the fish go back to the bottom on the camera and grab another lure. Sometimes they just get hungry I guess

Posted on: 2/16 15:52:38
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Re: Lund Impact 1775
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My 1875 spends lots of time on Mille Lacs and Ottertail, and seems to handle the big waves good. Sure I'll get wet if I hit a wave wrong, but normally its pretty good. Knock on wood, but so far the only thing I've fixed on mine is the radio antenna that got broken off by my overly excited net man and I've had to retighten the screws that hold the seats to the posts. Every boat I've been around has the seat screws loosen, so I guess it doesn't bother me to check them a couple times a year. I can't think of anything else.

Posted on: 2/8 15:56:26
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Re: Lund Impact 1775
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I own a 2014 Lund Impact 1875ss w/ 150 Mercury 4s and I love it. Trailers,drives, and fishes awesome. I fish 3-4 days a week out of it and haven't had a single issue. Would buy again with zero hesitation.

Posted on: 2/7 15:38:13
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Re: Underwater camera
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I have a Marcum VS825SD. I wouldn't buy it again. Original camera failed after three years of light use and Marcum wouldn't warranty it. Cost me $300 to replace the camera portion. Buy anything else.

Posted on: 2/1 12:31:22
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Re: auger carb cleaning/rebuild
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I recently put a carb kit and plug in my old strikemaster lazer with a Tecumseh motor. It was leaking gas into the cylinder when laid down, but otherwise ran fine. Now after the carb kit(tillotson brand), it will only run good with the choke on slightly. Drives me nuts because it didn't used to be that way. Any ideas why?

Posted on: 1/18 14:13:35
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