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we've actually done better in years past than so far this year....two years ago we had i think four or five fish over 50 at night......smoked a reel on the Pequad!
 

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Well I was having a really hard time holding on to that girl!!!


She was quite lively, tried to jump out of the livewell a bunch of times!!!!!
 

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nice job Joe, I knew the fish would be on after that storm that rolled through.
 

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You have one Hell of a Crystal Ball there, to predict what you caught a month from now with pictures and all. They sell those on Ebay, I need one of those. LOL
 

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QUOTE(muskhunterjoe @ Jul 16 2009, 10:14 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>MORE


look close at the water one


Nice job guys!!!!

Virga,
I have the same livewell on my boat, how did you plumb yours?

Thanks
Bill
 

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QUOTE(Hooked-Up @ Jul 16 2009, 10:50 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>You have one Hell of a Crystal Ball there, to predict what you caught a month from now with pictures and all. They sell those on Ebay, I need one of those. LOL

i thought that was an unfair advantage also. ive been picking up tons of tackle, but now i dont know what im going to do, those time machines gotta be expensive. i cant even afford a 15hp outboard. maybe they'll take monthly payments, or maybe they can just shoot to the future to see if i pay them, cmon, im good for it. LOL oooh i got it all figured out, while there, get the lotto numbers and ill pay double hahahahaa


nice ski's joe
 

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Hey Bob, the big girl was st. lawerance, had just about every color the two of us have go.....

waiting on visa its all a go except that......
 

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Bill,
Its plumbed on one side and drains on the other. We stuck the pump under the floor by the left side of the motor. you have to drill a hole in the bottom of your boat for the water pckup. my hull was 3" thick. good luck.
Greg
 

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QUOTE(reel escape @ Jul 16 2009, 07:52 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Bill,
Its plumbed on one side and drains on the other. We stuck the pump under the floor by the left side of the motor. you have to drill a hole in the bottom of your boat for the water pckup. my hull was 3" thick. good luck.
Greg

Thanks man, I wonder if I can find a pump strong enough to draw water simply by placing a hose over the side of the boat and drilling a hole high enough in the live well to maintain the correct water level. That way I don't have to drill a hole in the boat hull.

P.S. Got my Canadian paper and plan on hitting the Shore shore sunday morning.
 
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