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  2. Kaenon Kanvas a few years old. Super shape. Goldcoast frame - B12 lens Matte Black frame - G12 lens Tobacco frame - C12 lens $110 each shipped.
  3. Gently used a few times less than year old. $175 shipped for tan 30 and $150 shipped for blue 12. Shoulder straps for both with bottle openers. Thanks
  4. Today
  5. 2008 22’ Pathfinder Tournament

    She made it through the storm and still for sale. The lift where she was kept was destroyed so she will be on the trailer and ready for her next owner
  6. Excellent used condition. Used just a couple trips. Off 2017 PF 2200 TRS. Designed for under learning post. $175 shipped or delivered in upstate SC or I-26 corridor.
  7. Battery and disconnect question

    check your owners manual on how many CCA's or MCA's cranking amps are required.... some manufacturers require batteries with high reserve capacity and many of these are not met by AGM's. dC
  8. Yesterday
  9. Boca Grande Area Red Tide Question

    It was like that all winter in the southern part of the Sound. Had to travel almost to Port Charlotte to get out of it, and even around Burnt Store some days you couldn't see bottom in 4'. Down south we've taken to calling it Sugar Water.
  10. Black & Purple

    That's a score! Last winter I got one on a black and purple toad while anchored for tarpon, so it makes sense your Zonker would score. Do you have a pic of the fly?
  11. A fishing buddy and I found a smorgasboard early. We kept 15 trout, 4 reds, 4 flounder, and a sheepy.
  12. 2013 Pathfinder 24 TRS

    I just sold the boat on Wednesday. Thank you for your interest.
  13. 2013 Pathfinder 24 TRS

    Nice boat. Did this boat sale or is it still on the market.
  14. Battery and disconnect question

    For what it’s worth, run all Dual Purpose batteries. Two TM and Two start. All connected to battery switch with three bank charger. Always have enough juice to run everything.
  15. Black & Purple

    Black and purple zonker. 16 # drum on 20# tippet.
  16. Oyster Rash

    Correct, fishing the big bend Cedar Key to up near Suwannee. Sometimes over in the St. Augustine creeks. Loaded with oyster bars. Google Earth the area just north of Cedar Key you'll see what I mean. I've never hit any under power thank goodness. It's the submerged oyster bars that sneak up on you while on the trolling motor or drifting. I can do fiberglass work, but I darn sure don't like thinking about working upside down in tight quarters under the trailer. Plus not being able to get the areas that are under the bunks. That coupled with the cheese grater needing to be replaced, I will take to a shop and have them refurbish the bottom. Then try to be more wary of the submerged bars in the future. Replacement axles already in the works. Waiting on Ameratrail to get back with me. I was thinking they could find the exact axle size, torsion angle, etc. from the VIN number and save me from taking measurements. And I have been reading the posts here about some members cheese grater screws being too long and penetrating the hull and getting leaks. Nothing leaking on mine, but will have the fiberglass shop change the grater and will have a discussion about screw length for sure.
  17. Anclote Red Tide

    Water temps at 82. Ran the tower boat yesterday all the way to Hudson. The rays are all on the beach's. Water at 85 in the shallows mid day. A few grouper are starting to show shallow but mostly up to the north of Anclote. Checked at least 50 crab buoys. No TT yet. We need some cooler weather. Truck was reading 93 on the way home.
  18. Will it fit

    Will a poling platform off an 03 redfisher fit on my 92 redfisher? Thanks
  19. Oyster Rash

    FYI that cheese grater situation is bad news 2 of those 6 holes on mine letting water (way more than one would think) into bilge with the screws in cause there is no backing to screw into....Just the bilge. Horrible design. Guess someone from factory used too long of screws. I ended up having to grind em out some and pack full with marine Tex and using shorter screws. I honestly don’t even know if it actually stopped leak cause boat was stolen after I fixed it. Jokes on them.... cause I had bilge pump fuses pullled while I fillled it up looking for the leak.
  20. Oyster Rash

    My 2010 hull has about 8000 hours of float time in skinny water. 1500 hundred plus running at high speeds. It takes a few barnacle coated sticks floating at dark thirty, coming loose at anchor, a few more times getting wind blown off the trolling motor while creeping some edges of rocks and shell bars and getting piled up on them. The OP runs in rough country and fishes skinny last we talked. It's gonna happen if you do. Very repairable and not structural at all. The biggest challenge is it being on the bottom of the boat. Very hard to work on. The cheese grater is exposed to extreme pressure. I have lost a couple. I will say I haven't quite got mine as bad as his is but give me some more time.
  21. Oyster Rash

    The bottom looks nasty but as you said it’s only gel coat. If you put the scratches there by the way you fish I would ride it. No need to make it pretty to beat it up again.
  22. Oyster Rash

    Don't take this wrong, however your trailer axles looks like they're on their last legs, the cheese grater is beyond useless and your hull has had a rough life....don't show us anymore. There are people like Ron in Atlanta who's boat is a showpiece that would have serious heart issues..........
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  24. Oyster Rash

    *** that is some serious scraping! I agree change those axles before you have a major roadway disaster.
  25. Smith optics warranty

    I have two pairs of Smith chromapop, I too switch due to brand X. I finally complained so much to brand x they sent me all new glasses, still cost me way too much money. Love my Smith's, wont ever buy brand x again but will continue to pester them everytime their Chinese pos fall apart.
  26. Oyster Rash

    Dang what do you guys do (hit) to make it look like that. I’d be freaking out with one scratch
  27. Oyster Rash

    Replace the axles or it will be road rash next. The op bottom looks like mine. If I don't see fur I just keep going. If the sides and top look good never look at the bottom. Brad M hit it above. It's a lot of work. Hire a pro. Last but not least, if you don't like the way I drive stay off the sidewalk.
  28. Nikon D-300s DSLR Camera/Lens - $700

    For those of you who have seen some of my photographs over the years, this is the camera that took many of them. This Nikon D300s is in excellent condition, it is their high end DX format camera (DX is half sensor size). I am selling it only because I have two newer and (much) more expensive Nikons that I use and do not really need a third camera. This camera comes with a Nikon 18 - 200mm zoom lens, that is very wide angle to mid telephoto all in one lens. Of course, the lens comes with a clear UV filter to protect the front lens glass and a sun shade. The camera and lens are pictured below as are some photographs taken with the camera. Please note: In order to take photographs of wildlife, such as these, you will need to add a long telephoto lens (maybe a 400mm to 600mm). The lens that comes with the camera is a great "walking around" lens, i.e., it goes from very wide angle to mild telephoto.
  29. Anclote Red Tide

    May zoom up your way in a week or 2 to see if I can spot some cobia and tripletail, maybe even do some grouper trolling. We are getting into my favorite time of year!
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