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    Flats boat console

    Not in S. Fl. but...... Boat Outfitters Teak Isle Manufacturing Inc. 401 Capitol Court Ocoee, Florida 34761 866-633-7961 https://www.boatoutfitters.com/ Search consoles on their site
  2. Excellent condition, original set of cushions for the 17 hpx-v. Always kept in the garage and wiped down with Starbrite vinyl conditioner. No tears or stains on the vinyl, only a small tear on the underside of the large cushion. No sagging foam on either one. $60 OBO plus shipping PM me or reply to 0541ted1988@gmail.com
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    Flounder showing up for summer time.

    Great job Capt. Can't wait to move up there!
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    Garmin Sat Imagery Chart Options

    Didn't miss much, just commented that posts should be done in poetry form so not to offend anyone. Not offensive, not antagonistic, not argumentative, not name calling and I still get hammered🔨🔨
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    Garmin Sat Imagery Chart Options

    WOW>>>>> my post was deleted for a joke??. Fin, I'm more confused than you!! 👎
  6. Paper charts or "just read the water". According to another forum member, The Insurance industry says GPS units are the biggest culprit for boat groundings in the state. 👌 Couldn't find any of that data online, nor could my agent who is a personal friend. Sounds like insurance lingo for a rate hike or fake news. If that is the case and almost all of us have a GPS, wouldn't we be paying triple the insurance rates that we are now
  7. Now that's some data I'd clearly like to read. Please post. GPS navigation is a navigational aid/tool, I agree, not to be solely relied on however, with todays technology, constant updates on region chips such as FMT and the like, it's a safe, not for sure, bet that it's more accurate than a paper chart that is not updated nearly as much as the data cards. Go into a body of water that you've never been in before and there is no way you're eyes will guide you where ever you want to go. The eye to water angle does not tell everything. An overhead view is far better, hence the navigational overhead screen view on a GPS. Try changing your screen view to 3D view and you will quickly see how much less you see ahead of you which is more like the eye to water angle. I actually get an insurance discount for having a unit I can update an SD card on for more accurate navigation. Guides use them ships use them, admittedly, far more advanced than our uses but the concept is the same, safer travels on the water.
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    All Carbon Infused Pathfinder 2300HPS

    That is Rick Murphy's
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    Pompano bite 🔥🔥

    Nice catch!
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    Access to Content / Marvin Keys

    If you send the exact coordinates to Glen Housman with your card, he can set them on the map on your card for you. He will then update his master map and notify anyone who has one of his SD cards when he gets enough updates to make several additions. He did this with mine.
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    Reports Chokoloskee, EC, POI, Goodland

    Not sour towards anyone. Not making fun of anyone's career, simply pointing out differences and I'm not sure how you consider my reply as a personal attack but crying "moderator" was unnecessary. The word pathetic was used to describe a sentence in comparison to my experience. Obviously, some people aren't used to having their viewpoint seen from a different angle. Regardless, you won't hear from me again on this issue. I'll wait for you to give the all clear to head down to the keys again. Feel free to delete the thread if you want.
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    Reports Chokoloskee, EC, POI, Goodland

    Guide, Locals or anyone else. You would simply be helping them out in another way by starting to pump money back into their economy at a time when they need it most. That includes the local bait stores, shrimp deliveries, etc. Helping them out is indeed a top priority right now however too many people flocking in to help becomes a burden, trust me, I know first hand. It complicates things, gets people hurt and causes more chaos which takes away from emergency personnel's plan of action. If you don't agree, fine. I personally have seen it work. And I highly doubt any Ranger at ENP would arrest anyone right now. They barely have the resources to patrol the park on a normal basis , let alone now. Justfish, I understand your loss, you have had it harder than most. Because I haven't experienced losing my own house surely doesn't mean I do not know what people feel, need or anything else. I too have helped people rebuild, remove debris and aided in any way that I can. I worked in Homestead after hurricane Andrew for a month, slept in a car, ate anything we could find and stunk like hell from sweat, bad water and feces everywhere you stepped, So your first couple of sentences are pathetic to say the least. With that said, Unless you are a humanitarian aid worker, you at some point, have to move on with your own life. You can't say, Oh, I'm not going to go fishing today because Texas is flooded. You sympathize with the affected people, Support them with whatever aid you can and keep them in your prayers. Heck, even drive down there with your boat and take a local fishing for a few hours, out to eat or whatever to get his /her mind off things for a while or Give them your phone number and tell them to call when they feel up to it. If they say no, or go to hell, at least you tried. If you don't keep your head straight and move on with what you want to do, you'll never make it out of your career in one piece, trust me.
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    Reports Chokoloskee, EC, POI, Goodland

    I don't think any guide is "spinning" anything right now. I think they want to get back to making money and normalcy as quick as they can. They have families too. Why wouldn't they. I'm quite sure they have helped as much as they can but they too need to earn a living themselves and they are entitled to look out for themselves too believe it or not. Yes, the waters may be trashed with debris right now near shore but I doubt it's that bad farther out away from shore. Guides will go out and assess the areas and find areas that will work for them. So a guide is going to be highly offended if someone goes fishing?? really. Would they be offended if My power came back on and theirs didn't and I turned on everything and started living normal again and they couldn't because theirs wasn't on yet? How about if I drive a better truck then them, or own a better house then them,?? To me that's a ridiculous statement. And just so it's clear, I've cut down so many damaged trees in my neighborhood for elderly people that I've gone through three chainsaw blades because there's no time to hand sharpen them. Many of us on here have served our communities for years, protecting people that needed it in disasters of all kinds. I myself have personally served the US Government and as a local first responder for 32 years of my life and have seen disasters that you can never imagine sitting at your desk writing boat insurance policies. Maybe you should think of it as stress relief for some who see disaster every day of the week in one way or another. Believe me, its far different than being an insurance salesman but I'm sure you know that because You've probably flown with the Coast Guard, been deployed on the USS Carl Vincen and rode along with every law enforcement agency in your county. I love when someone here asks a simple question just like wannaflatsfish did and all you get back is narcissism. If I want to go fishing, Ill go fishing.
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    Caribbean Club- Key Largo

    Anyone know how much damage they sustained? I know its early but checking to see availability to use their ramp, if its still there.
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