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  • Avatarmoonfish
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    in reply to: Fish ID? #1555233

    I guess this one http://www.iowadnr.gov/idnr/Fishing/Iowa-Fish-Species/Fish-Details/SpeciesCode/ULL

    If it is one, you would not see them. I never saw one until I bought a cast net. Have never caught one on a hook.

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    in reply to: Silver carp. #1555705

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8mEGOclZO6o

    Haven’t tried it. Would like to. Haven’t seen them by DM. The dams I have seen them at, snagging is prohibited, I think?

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    Make sure you have fat little screws that are shorter than the board. Mine was 1/2″ thick improvised material and I wished the board was 3/4″ thick. Also, mount slightly above the bottom of the boat so you don’t get weird rooster tails, etc. Luck

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    You could smush a little piece of aluminum on top of it and it would be…………… a patch. But you are probably going to just do the outside? Don’t get it on your clothes, don’t mess with the 5200 too much, it self levels quite a bit.

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    yup, just a couple tiny bolts through the old holes that also go through the board. I didn’t drilll any new holes. It seemed like a good plan to me.

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    I used 5200 to hold a vinyl board over the holes and then mount the transducer to it. Put a couple small bolts through the old holes. It gives you a chance to move the transducer around that you won’t have if you drill through the hull to mount it. They sell plastic boards specifically for this but I kind of substituted.

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    3m 5200 always sticks. You probably want to sand first. It is insane stuff. If you glue on a thin patch, the area won’t flex anymore, and it won’t crack more. It won’t come off. It is a “permanent” adhesive. It is made for boats, not kitchen and bath.

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    yank the floor up and glue some patches on the inside. done

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    in reply to: Shad Kill #1558531

    Toss them on ice while wiggling, freeze them on a cookie sheet and vacuum pack them. As good as you will get for preserving shad. I’d rather use anything fresh though.

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    in reply to: Shad Kill #1558590

    Too swift a temperature change will kill them. Which is one reason it is so hard to keep them alive, if you were trying to do that, hypothetically.

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    in reply to: The best boots #1561704

    Find out what fits you best. Some people wear cheap shoes all the time and their feet never bother them. People need different things.

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    the fix is putting some anti corrosion on freskly cleaned terminals and take the wing nuts off. Toss them over your shoulder and put a 5/16 washer and nut on there and tighten it moderately with a wrench.

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    maybe your charger is faulty? should be 13 something pulled off the charger.

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    I heard interstate warranty got worse? True or no? 12.1 a day after charging is a dead battery, like 20% capacity available.

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    Isn’t side imaging something you need to do at low speed? Is it better to have front/back?

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