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Arima Life / Re: Boat is in for service
« Last post by Dhil12 on Today at 10:06:51 PM »
no i didn't need to look it up
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Arima Life / Re: Boat is in for service
« Last post by Fisherdv on Today at 09:40:35 PM »
Went down to the boat today, what fun! going back down tomorrow and getting the boat set up and ready for some crabbing next week and also trying for the elusive winter chinook. Don't care if I catch anything. Just love being out.
Did you read Marks post about the crab in the Fishing report section?
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Forum Use Tips & Questions / Re: Wench vs Winch
« Last post by StreamFixer on Today at 09:16:37 PM »
Wasn't that patch on your other eye in the last picture???   :stirthepot:

StreamFixer
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Forum Use Tips & Questions / Re: Wench vs Winch
« Last post by GregE on Today at 09:06:23 PM »
She's getting cuter and you're getting an eye patch!

OK, but check out my sundial timepiece....  works under a yard light too  :wink:

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Arima Life / Re: Boat is in for service
« Last post by Dhil12 on Today at 08:35:38 PM »
Went down to the boat today, what fun! going back down tomorrow and getting the boat set up and ready for some crabbing next week and also trying for the elusive winter chinook. Don't care if I catch anything. Just love being out.
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Arima Life / Re: Boat is in for service
« Last post by Markshoreline on Today at 08:12:08 PM »
Dhilly, Dhilly!
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Electronics and Electrical / Re: TrollMaster Pro3 or iTroll?
« Last post by Threeweight on Today at 06:57:45 PM »
Re: the ability to hit "idle" and then "resume" to the same trolling speed... my Troll Master II and Controll King both have the same feature.

The Controll King was pre-rigged by my dealer on the Hewes... I was disappointed at first, as I had never heard of the brand and it seemed quite a bit more primitive than the Toll Master and Itroll with their digital displays.  I have come to prefer it... it has little toggle switches that control the "on-off" and "idle-run" functions, and a momentary on toggle for full throttle.   In the fire drill when a fish is on, I'd often have people mis-click on the little blister-style buttons on the Troll Master and either not engage idle, or click through idle then back to run by accident.

That said, as best as I can tell once you separate the marketing hype they are all basically the same thing, with the exception of wireless control.
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Electronics and Electrical / Re: TrollMaster Pro3 or iTroll?
« Last post by Foxsea on Today at 05:24:00 PM »
We have Trollmaster and EZ Steer.  3rd Boat we have used them on, since 2001.  2nd Servo so far.  Trollmaster sent me 2 new ones when 1st gave out so I carry an extra in case.  Driving from cabin has not been an issue, wireless would be nice be not be a need. 
What do you use to control steering whether you use Trollmaster or some other throttle control?
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Arima Life / Re: Boat is in for service
« Last post by Fisherdv on Today at 04:45:25 PM »
 :applause: :clap: :beerchug:
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Electronics and Electrical / Re: TrollMaster Pro3 or iTroll?
« Last post by Salmon King on Today at 04:28:00 PM »
Terry

Were you holding your mouth right???   :bigshock:   :beerchug:

StreamFixer


Probably not....
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