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re: Foot control vs hand control Trolling motors - Fishgetter
Only downside is he painted it black. Any ideas on the best way to remove the black paint? Trying to avoid putting another layer of paint on it....
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re: Foot control vs hand control Trolling motors - Fishgetter
Well my decision has been made for me. My buddy just installed an ipilot and is selling me his hand control 101 riptide that’s only 3 years old for cheap. Thanks for all the opinions guys! ...
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re: Foot control vs hand control Trolling motors - Fishgetter
Baitn I have a TH foot switch now and I agree it makes it much easier. I think whoever said I should run the foot control on one of my buddies boats for a day is on the right track! ...
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re: Foot control vs hand control Trolling motors - Fishgetter
Greenhead I see them all the time on Facebook marketplace! If your patient you’ll find one for a hell of a deal:...
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re: Foot control vs hand control Trolling motors - Fishgetter
DT do you know which ones that are made for saltwater do that? That’s seems like one I should look into. I do take my kids so it would be nice to be on the back deck and change direction if I’m back there helping them. ...
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re: Foot control vs hand control Trolling motors - Fishgetter
Nah I’m keeping it as a spare Incase I get in a bind....
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re: Foot control vs hand control Trolling motors - Fishgetter
No but I can see which way the bow is pointing! Haha...
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re: Foot control vs hand control Trolling motors - Fishgetter
True dat! In my mind I just think if I go foot control then my hands are totally free. But then I’ll have to use a foot so if I change position on the front deck I’ll have to adjust constantly to get a foot on it. Every time I talk myself into a foot control about 10 min later I talk myself out of i...
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re: Foot control vs hand control Trolling motors - Fishgetter
Not sure how I feel about having to look down at remote around my neck every time I need to make an adjustment. I Do like spot lock option tho...
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Foot control vs hand control Trolling motors - Fishgetter
Looking to upgrade my 24v motor to 36v. I have run both types and prefer hand control on my bay boat. However many of bass fishing buddies swear foot control is the way to go due to the eas of use with the newer foot controls. They say they are so easy to maneuver with the newer design that once you...
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re: Fishing advice - Fishgetter
Thanks for all the help guys, we launched out of the Rigolets and they had live shrimp. I decided not to do Lake Catherine because I have never been in there and my dad told me it can get pretty shallow unless you know the channels which I don't. I didn't wanna risk anything going wrong with my 87 y...
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re: Fishing advice - Fishgetter
Thanks Ron! That’s the kind of advice I’ve been looking for. Do you know if Island has live shrimp? I’ve never launched there before...
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re: Fishing advice - Fishgetter
Haha. I don’t wanna give him a heart attack at the launch ...
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re: LA-1 card for Lowrance - Fishgetter
DMan Need to know the steps you took to make the card so we can see if any were missed...
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re: Fishing advice - Fishgetter
Thanks man, we do what we can when we can do it!!...
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re: Fishing advice - Fishgetter
Yea I’m kinda limited to spots because if he starts feeling bad etc. I’ll have to be able to get back in fairly quick. We looking to make a good memory trip!! Looks like high tide is between 2-3 in the area I’m trying to stay in. I normally fish falling tide so I’m open to any suggestions for sure....
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re: Fishing advice - Fishgetter
Thanks man. I can get down the MRGO pretty easy from chef pass. As long as it’s not to far off the canal that might be an option. ...
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Fishing advice - Fishgetter
Hey guys, I’ll be taking my 87 year old grandpa out this Wednesday for what might be our last fishing trip together. I primarily target redfish by sight fishing and haven’t went after specs in a while. He enjoys live bait under popping corks or tight line and I usually am a casting plastics and and ...
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re: LA-1 card for Lowrance - Fishgetter
Thanks SeaPickle. I’ll play with it some and see how good I can get it. ...
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re: LA-1 card for Lowrance - Fishgetter
I have another question for the seasoned map builders- once I have created my map and moved the files to my card, can I just download areas I didn’t download before to add to it or do I have to create a whole new map? Also I found some tiles I downloaded with some bad sun reflection, can I download ...
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