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  1. Scoutin 4 Goodies
    04-12-2016 05:58 PM
    Jefro
    You are exactly right about one rig covering it all. As far as pin spacing I haven't had trouble but we usually only use medium 12 packs of ballyhoo. I don't think that there are any successful crews that put the same spread out every day of the season. I change up our spread as the season progresses. As certain fish show up or become more abundant we adjust throughout the season. We change rigs and rod and reels out. We keep a small Plano box with hooks,crimps,chin weights,and metal pins and swivels.with another small box with skirts it is almost faster to recrimp when cutoff than getting a new rig. On the wind-on rigs we slide the skirt up to the swivel, cut, change skirts, recrimp. I takes a second but the windons get the swivel away from bait and let you get away with lighter leaders because you don't have to wire the fish, fight it right to the gaff.
  2. jfroweiiimd
    04-07-2016 02:44 PM
    Ordered a set of 21 ft triple rigged Marsh Tacky today
    Going to get the Rupp accessory halyard tensioner and figure out where to drill the hole in the gunnel cap
  3. DawgDr
    04-07-2016 08:29 AM
    Funny you ask as I am going to redo my outriggers this weekend. I was going to use the cam cleat, but after fishing on my buddy's Freeman this week, he used a small cleat under the gunnel as he said the cleat slipped when running. i have been using the midship cleat as well, but will drill a hole for the new setup. It looks very clean this way. Marsh Tacky will send you everything you need to complete this if you reach out to him
  4. thereelestate
    07-21-2015 08:06 AM
    Give me a call 843-321-1200. Be glad to give some feedback.
  5. itchn2go
    07-17-2015 08:42 AM
    If you could send the pic of the sportfisher in the sun that would be great!
    Thanks for sharing
  6. WV Ridge Runner
    04-01-2015 08:50 PM
    Good Morning!

    I am about to put my GW on the rack at Sunset, but you said you could give me the lowdown on them and Bluewater?

    I like Sunset because they have the rack storage, and they aren't going to charge me for being over height. 4 moves a day from the rack to work bunk, bunk to water, water to wash rack, wash rack to storage...

    They have free slips, with water and electric, for the nights we decide to stay on the boat...

    They do lock up and go home, but they said if we come in after they go home, I can leave the boat in a slip and they will walk it around and lift it out the next morning... Some of the others had evening/night lifting services, but the price is so much higher, plus more per foot over a certain height...

    What can you tell us?
  7. SIDVICIOUSNJ
    09-04-2013 06:28 PM
    Can you share sale price with me? I am still in the market so looking for info
  8. JOED55
    09-04-2013 05:33 AM
    I posted on your boat would like to talk to you. Joe 856220 3515

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