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Fished all day Sunday with no blown fuses

Thread in 'Motors & Props' started by fatrap, Aug 21, 2014.

  1. fatrap

    fatrap Well-Known Member

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    Fished for stump carp with my son Sunday and no engine malfunctions. Started and moved about 15 times which would have resulted in at least two blown engine fuses prior to my last visit to the shop. Looks like they got it. Bass Pro will NOT get my repair or service of any sort in the future. Ordering that Ranger 1880 Angler may become a reality this winter. Just wish it had floor storage like the Tundra does. Having one that doesn't drop the hardware into the bilge would be even nicer.
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    Scott Hammer TOXIC Well-Known Member

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    Come over to the dark side Mike!! I'll hold the door open for ya!!

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  3. dougiemac

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    That is a sharp looking lake skipper!
     
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    Greg Meyer Well-Known Member

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    It is a very nice boat...fun to fish out of and then when it starts to blow and the waves get to be 4' tall you will wish to hell you were on dry land or had a deep V tin rig.... :)

    Tox knows he has to be a fair weather fisherman....
     
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    Scott Hammer TOXIC Well-Known Member

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    LOL!! Mahout!! I will give you the nod on rough water and a deep V but we have fished 4 footers on St Clair before and most likely will have to do it again!!....and in a smaller boat than mine. Carlos' Z520.
     

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