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    Daytona, Fl
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  1. 11-02-2014 06:18 AM
    I saw in a post earlier that you sold your boat and have a bunch of equipment. I am in Sebastian, a bit south of you and am looking for trolling setups for dolphin, kings, etc. I'd be interested to see what it is you'd like to sell.

  2. 01-30-2014 07:57 PM
    Thanks bro! Going to tinker with it tomorrow or Saturday. Your bait well is way different from mines. Mines is located behind the leaning post. I'm sure all bait well are set up the same though.
  3. 01-30-2014 06:50 AM
    Yea there shouldn't be a valve like I am thinking why have a valve? I bet the line is plugged
  4. 01-30-2014 06:48 AM
    Mine is on the transom, You should be able to figure where the water should come out of the side of the boat and hit it with a hose. Are you sure it's a drain at the top...It really should be cause your should leave your pump on all the time or have a timer. Mine I have a hole in the bottom and 1 towards the top I made a tube (5/8) so I can turn the pump off from time to time when I drain it out I pull the tube. When it's full the water goes out the top and back into the water out the side. Yea no one seems to know about the damn things send me pictures at Dave
  5. 01-29-2014 06:06 AM
    There is an overflow drain about 3/4 way up on the side. There is also a hole all the way down but on the side. Mines also drain off to the side of the boat. Is your bait well on the transom of the boat?
  6. 01-29-2014 04:08 AM
    Maybe send some picture so I can see if we have the same bait well, Maybe the drain is plugged up I would see which hole the drain comes out of on the outside of the boat or see which one isn't being used that maybe the plugged one?
  7. 01-28-2014 08:00 AM
    Don't remember the last time I was seasick ozz.
  8. 01-28-2014 07:57 AM
    I run a freezer boat out of Biloxi. Probably one of the biggest boats built to date. Been in some really sloppy stuff. I just don't like fishing in seas bigger than 2'. Supposed to be enjoying a day fishing. Just went out last Sunday caught a few. Do you have a bait well on the leaning post? Mines keep on overflowing out of the top for some reason. The water doesn't drain out of the overflow. Is there a valve somewhere I don't know about? How come when the boat is on the trailer there is still a little bit of water left on the bottom of the bait well? Need some help from HS owners.
  9. 01-03-2014 07:59 AM
    Well it is a little different send me your e-mail cause I can't post picture here. Mine is a little over 26 foot and 9-10 beam. twin 225 hp It still rocks when your fishing all boat do. But why are you scared after 3 you just need to learn how t drive your boat. Do you get sea sick? I have been out in 6 ft and that's when I call in sick but just keep hitting the waves straight ozzyaaatyahoodotcom Dave
  10. 01-03-2014 06:35 AM
    What size is your boat and what motors do you have on there? I'm actually scared of anything over 3' seas. I know our boats can handle it with no problem but the constant rocking and rolling sucks! I like to be out fishing when sea conditions is like glass. Makes it more comfortable for everybody. Your deck layout should be the same as mines minus the lockable rod storage on the gunnel. That was the first thing noticed about the boat compared to older models.

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