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iceman1603

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Hey guys. Heres a few pics of my boat. Made a good deal. Still an inexperienced boater but this should get us started. Any body got any suggestions to make it a real fishin boat..

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I have one and only suggestion...sell/give the boat to me grin

To make it a real fishing boat...you need to learn how to catch fish cry

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You are leaving yourself open for that one I will be easy A couple humans tackle and don't forget the plug and you are golden coolwink.

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LOL I was thinkin bout that shortly after I posted it. DOH!!! Probly go up and bring it down here Tmro or Friday. Will run to wally world and get the oil Then we will pick a day and set forth to the water..

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I have one and only suggestion...sell/give the boat to me grin

To make it a real fishing boat...you need to learn how to catch fish cry

Seems to me Your the only boat dweller catchin trout as of late!! gringrin

I been catchin all of Todds fish, and his anchor, and the docks, and his line... grin

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I been catchin all of Todds fish

Now thats funny right there laughlaughsmile

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It's a Grumman, enough said.. Nice boat Cali!

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Thank you sir!! I hear that they were/are good boats.

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My suggestion is fish with it for a month or so. Once you get a feel for what you like and don't like you can make a few changes to fit your fishing style and needs. No use adding expensive accesories based on others suggestions, but take the suggestions you get to the water with you and think about them while your fishing.

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Yuppie as do I. Thanks JeffB

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If you want a good Fishing boat, I would Probably keep "tip up Timmy" out of it smile

it's a start!!

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Lots and lots of fish slime cali thats another suggestion wink it needs to have the stink of fish in it whistle.

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LOL.... That's good thunder... and he doesn't mean the Kind of stink frank uses either!! smile

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Yea fish slime, thats the ticket crazycrazy

Todd, tomorrow's weather is looking great smilesmile. Looking forward to getting her out on the water. Gimme a call and we can set up a time and meeting place for morning....

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Time to take the maiden voyage on the grumman wink don't forget the plug smile.

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Well I remebered everything but a net whistlewhistle. Not that we needed it frownfrown. Thanks for the lesson today Todd. Grumman ran great. Gotta practice gettin her back to the dock but all in all was a good trip. Had alot of fun and looking forward to lots of time on the water this summer..

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Hey salamiseeker2 . . . funny . . . I'll have to remember that next time at the bar . . . you buy.

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