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Re: BSL Opener Tips
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Oldstar, I pm'd you.

Posted on: 5/17 13:56:28
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Re: Tonka Opener
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Nice fish. I bet the launch is a bit more mellow at those times.

Posted on: 5/15 15:08:49
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Re: Minnkota and humminbird ipilot link
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So what manufacturer should I start with for support? My fear is with three involved I am anticipating a three way finger pointing with no solution.

Posted on: 5/15 11:19:59
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Re: Minnkota and humminbird ipilot link
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yep doing that. like I said it even highlights the couture line in yellow. I updated the software on the humminbird to the latest greatest. Time to call their support folks I think.


One thing I thing is note worthy is I set a Waypoint about 400 yards ahead and tried to GOTO that and it said it was too far away.

Got a Teratova and the bird 859ciHD and minn kota terrova i pilot link. Bought as a set so they would work together.

Posted on: 5/14 18:59:52
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Re: Minnkota and humminbird ipilot link
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I am having the same issues. It goes as far as highlight ing the conture line in yellow then but doesn't follow the line. Software version is 7.650.

Beyond frustrating!

Posted on: 5/13 12:19:29
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Re: boat gas
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The best benefit to non-oxy is not the octane it is the fact it doesn't ferment into gelatinous goo in your fuel system.

Posted on: 5/9 21:25:24
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Re: Outboard Motor Height
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"you learn more here by mistake than you do on purpose"

Good to know!

Posted on: 5/9 13:26:27
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Re: Some 2017 Notes- Leech Lake
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Thanks for the info. I will be at the Fed Damn campground. Got my FIL, son and wife to join the group this year. They are hoping just to get some fish. Doesn't have to be Eyes. So I appreciate the info.

Posted on: 5/9 12:56:21
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Re: pop up truck camper questions.
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Quote:

tadder52 wrote:
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orandausa wrote:
I do have the air suspension. The truck is rated per VIN # for 1300 lbs cargo.


Just remember that 1300 pounds also needs includes you and others in the truck and fuel.

There are a lot of sticklers about weight and over loading trucks. There are some horror stories of insurance companies not paying due to gross over loading of trucks and the accidents that may or may not have been caused by it.

I'm not one of them, but just want to say it to share a little info. Common sense is always needed, but as soon as you add insurance companies and their lawyers to the mix it can get dicey.


Yep I am aware that is toal wight. Not only what you mention but all the crap you bring with, that will most likely get shoved in the camper. Food, water, beer, other gear.

I should have kept that 2500HD 4x4 8ft box crew cab truck I had.

Seems like the 1/2 just isn't cut out for a camper.

Posted on: 5/8 13:14:31
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Re: How do you know?
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That is fun to seem the kids so excited. It helps to have a quality guide!

I bet momma loves when you all go fishing as well!

Posted on: 5/8 8:11:40
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