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    Fish Finders

    i would just stop by a good marine dealer and ask them what size 4 stroke they think the boat can handle , ps on you fish finder question down scan is

    mtncat1 Yesterday, 09:50 PM Go to last post

    Fish Finders

    Not really sure about max HP rating on the old boat. I have seen up to 40hp 2 strokers on the boat in videos, but apparently Tracker has not done a very

    Cybersnow Yesterday, 07:22 PM Go to last post

    Fish Finders

    Cybersnow, do you know what your boat's max HP rating is? 4 strokes are much heavier than the old 2 stroke so there is some balance in a repower consideration.

    SuperD Yesterday, 05:56 PM Go to last post

    Trolling Dodgers For Sale

    I have 46 trolling dodgers for sale. Some are still new in package. Some duplicates. Location is Lakewood, WA. Photos available. Price is less than

    booboo98498 Yesterday, 05:39 PM Go to last post

    Fish Finders

    Congrats. I took a look at that model and it looked great. Just trying to figure out whether to pull my 35hp 2 stroke 1987 Merc and go with a new 4

    Cybersnow Yesterday, 05:09 PM Go to last post

    Fish Finders

    Lol! You must feel like you have a giant screen TV in the boat now. That will be nice. I think you will find the mapping to be different than one might

    SuperD Yesterday, 03:51 PM Go to last post

    Fish Finders

    I decided to pull the trigger and upgrade my fish finder. Went with the Garmin Echomap Plus 93SV - a big upgrade from my current 5 inch screen. I'm

    SuperDaveMT Yesterday, 02:11 PM Go to last post

    Kokanee and a bit of worm

    The only time i use worms for kokanee is to use them up after chasing rainbows early season each year. I only use them while jigging (with a piece or

    SilverBullets Yesterday, 01:58 PM Go to last post
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