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Old 12-20-2010, 01:24 PM
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Originally Posted by kitebuz View Post
Sweet leader holder. Have you considered using a clear lid vs star-board as it would let you see how much leader is remaining at a glance. The idea of some stickers, or a place for them to label the size of leader is also a good one.
We could use the acrylic for the lid but it would be more expensive and you would be able to see the keeper and pin latch through it. Not sure how that would look. It's definately something we will ponder over though and give some thought. The way that we've designed it, it's simple to lift the lid without having to worry about your lines pulling loose and going all over the place so you can check your lines to see how much you have left. Thanks for the input and we'll try one out to see how it looks.
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Old 12-20-2010, 01:28 PM
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Originally Posted by wdlfbio View Post
Cool. Please pm me (I try to keep up here, but miss things) when you do. I also may see about a simple knife holder to mount onto the vertical supports on each side of my hard top. Something that I can screw the plastic knife sheath in to. I like the sheath because the knife snaps into place. Right now I have them just electrical taped to the support pole. Mickey-moused for sure.
wdlfbio, we'll definately pm you when we get it done to let you know. Send us a picture of your knife and sleeve with some dimensions and the size of your vertical supports. That's definatley something that we can do for you though.
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Old 12-20-2010, 01:36 PM
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Default modified bait rigging tray

We took some advise from you guys and made the rigging tray to where it will close a little tighter for the smaller baits. Attached is a picture of the new one. This is the kind of feedback that we like. If we can do anything to make our stuff better for you guys just let us know.
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Old 12-22-2010, 03:53 AM
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it would be great if you added a simple line cutter to th side... similar to the cutter on a box of power pro
I could then pull out the leader and cut a piece with one hand


a second idea would be to incorporate it with a larger top to act as a small bait table
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i think i would like one as well
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Old 12-22-2010, 07:39 AM
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Lee, I sent you a pm and your dad an email. Did either of you receive them. I want to get started on my fish box dividers.
Thanks, Brian 864-617-6436
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Old 12-22-2010, 09:14 PM
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Seasnell,
Can you show me a picture of the single cup holders?
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Old 12-22-2010, 09:29 PM
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Originally Posted by seasnell View Post
We are real close on the fish cleaning table. We just recently bought a pipe bender for making the legs and we found the metal at a very good price so we can sell these for a good price.
Have you gotten the fish table finished? Looking forward to seeing it.
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Old 12-23-2010, 08:55 AM
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Originally Posted by koifarmer View Post
it would be great if you added a simple line cutter to th side... similar to the cutter on a box of power pro
I could then pull out the leader and cut a piece with one hand


a second idea would be to incorporate it with a larger top to act as a small bait table
koifarmer

i think i would like one as well
koifarmer, those are both good ideas. We'll have to see if we can find those line cutters. As far as the lid goes, give an idea of what you're thinking of using the top for. Would it need a lip around the edges to keep stuff from falling off? Maybe we can make that as a extra option. We're also going to make one in black. I think the black would look really good with the stainless latch we're going to use for the lid.
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Old 12-23-2010, 09:36 AM
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Originally Posted by C Skip R View Post
Seasnell,
Can you show me a picture of the single cup holders?
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C Skip R, Let me know if this is the one that you had in mind. We also have a single cup holder with the storage spaces on it.
As far as the cleaning tables go, We haven't made one yet because we don't have anyone to do the welding yet. If you want to sketch something up with what you would like to have on the table portion we can definately make that for you though. We're trying to keep the price down and when you have to pay someone to do stuff for you then the price starts getting too high so we're either going to figure out how to make the frame ourselves or keep searching for a cheaper alternative.
Thanks inquiring about it though and let me know if that's the cup holder you were looking for.
Thanks,
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Originally Posted by bluewaterseeker View Post
Lee, I sent you a pm and your dad an email. Did either of you receive them. I want to get started on my fish box dividers.
Thanks, Brian 864-617-6436
bluewaterseeker,
We haven't gotten the pm yet. If it would easier for you to email it then you can email it to csnell1@tampabay.rr.com
Thanks a lot,
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I sent you another pm.
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[quote=seasnell;3417253]bluewaterseeker,
We haven't gotten the pm yet. If it would easier for you to email it then you can email it to csnell1@tampabay.rr.com
Thanks a lot,
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Wondering if silicone caulking will hold the cup holder to the console?
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bluewaterseeker,
We haven't gotten the pm yet. If it would easier for you to email it then you can email it to csnell1@tampabay.rr.com
Thanks a lot,
Lee[/quote

Wondering if silicone caulking will hold the cup holder to the console?
You'll can caulk it with the real silicone caulking or the 4200 but you'll have to scuff up the bottom of the holder with some 80 or 60 grit sand paper to make sure that it will bond. If you want we can attach 3 of the little suction cups to the bottom. Those cups hold really good and you can move it around if you want.
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Default Merry Christmas

We just wanted to take a minute to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and to say thank you for all the support that you've given us over the year.
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Lee,
your stuff looks great!
do we have the option of ordering and pricing without the suction cups?
Right now I'm looking over my cat to decide where I want to put V-clips, and those along with your products could allow me to more easily change out set ups
thanks and merry christmas to you and yours
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Originally Posted by See It View Post
Lee,
your stuff looks great!
do we have the option of ordering and pricing without the suction cups?
Right now I'm looking over my cat to decide where I want to put V-clips, and those along with your products could allow me to more easily change out set ups
thanks and merry christmas to you and yours
See It, you can order them without the suction cups and those v-lock mounting brackets are the bomb. I highly reccomend those and Mike is an awesome guy to deal with also.
Thanks,
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Old 12-31-2010, 01:41 PM
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Default New SeaSnell outrigger line holder

We've got a new product for you guys to check out. THT member wdlfbio asked if we could make a line holder for the outriggers so we came up with a design. This holder snaps onto your outrigger pole and it is made to fit snug so it doesn't slide around unless you want to reposition it and manually move it yourself. I think it looks good and we're going to make one black also. Let us know what you think. This one is made to fit the 1 1/2" diameter Taco outrigger pole but can be made to fit most poles. These will sell for $28 + shipping.
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Old 12-31-2010, 01:47 PM
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Looks nice...can u make a product that allows you to support the outriggers while running with them laying down?

I've seen somethings that go in the ttop rod holders and the poles can set in them
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I'll take one in white. How do you want to get paid. Is PayPal OK?
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ohhhhhhhhhhhhh you have hit a homerun with the outrigger holder. it looks great and I will be ordering one soon. The idea about making something to hold them while you are running and they are laid down is a good idea also.

you and your dad are doing great work, if I can just sell my current boat I cant wait to outfit my next boat with yalls stuff!!!!!
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