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  1. Look into a product called the "Yandina Trollbridge" . Allows you to charge with 12v in parallel then switches to series (24v) when the trolling motor needs power . I've been using one of their "combiners" for a few seasons..good product
  2. Besides the hook and line rec pressure, they are also (at least in Western Long Island Sound) aggressively targeted by commercial fish trap guys for the live market.
  3. closing this up for now
  4. Hey Beachbuster thanks for the interest. I am in the Bronx ( City Island) daily, not really interested in heading over the bridges and down the Turnpike at this time. That being said, I'll be boat shopping this spring so there's a fair chance I'll be down that way.
  5. 1 last weekend bump, before this goes elsewhere. Would consider trade on small higher end left handed star drag conventional Thanks for looking
  6. I have 2 brand new Lifeline GPL 24T batteries that I purchased for a project that won't be happening. These would work great for a trolling motor set up, solar project, or house batteries for a boat or RV. The boxes have been opened only to check voltages and to top them off before winter. Retail for these is $299 apiece - asking $350 for the pair or $185 per single battery picked up / meet up City Island or Westchester. Happy to post some pictures etc if there is interest, thanks for looking.
  7. In, and thanks for doing this
  8. Just want to mention this again... Omega is now owned by a Canadian company that essentially plans to use our wild fish as feed for their farm raised Salmon.
  9. College in Western NC...First time away from salt water, some buddies turned me on to trout fishing with corn, spinners, and 'power bait' . That lasted about 1 season, on a whim we started fishing with some old eagle claw pack rods-caught 10x the trout on nymphs and wet flies ( bead headed caddis were a favorite)... Before I knew it I had traded my medalists and eagle claw gear for Islander, Sage, and Thomas & Thomas lol.
  10. First off thanks for all the suggestions, great information. Ended up finding a NOS 12 gauge Montefeltro Super 90, bonus was that it came with 21" and 26" barrels. Just got it home today and its a beauty.
  11. For the record, I post my comment in opposition to this proposal on 10/11/18 NOAA-NMFS-2018-0106-0042
  12. Thanks guys, my budget is pretty decent. I'll def look into Beretta/Benelli ..come to think of it I used a buddies loaner Stoeger M3000 on a few Pheasant hunts.. liked it well enough and believe it had the same or similar bolt assembly as a Benelli
  13. As per the title. Sold all my firearms when I moved back east, getting time to restock the safe. 1st acquisition will be a 12ga. I've shot and owned 870's, 1100's, and A-5's...But it's been almost 10years since I last gun shopped. Seeking suggestions for an autoloader that can do a bit of everything: Sporting Clays, upland hunting, and Home D-in that order.