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mdmayo

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  • Birthday 08/17/1956

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  1. Just voted. AWESOME job and a difficult decision in all catagories. Congrats to all that entered, :thumbsup:
  2. Love Me Do - Beatles Steeldrifter - I think Old Fashion Love Song was Three Dog Night
  3. Awesome job ! Great articles and pics. Thanks.
  4. Ok I'll try that.... thanks
  5. Thanks for the tips. The rope does slide easily through the pulley(s). When sitting in the seat; the rope cleat is on the left side of the frame. The rope is run back to the anchor / motor rail and has to make almost a 90 deg. redirection to the last pulley. I was toild this was how it was supposed to be run. On some of the newer boats I have seen that the anchor rope travels down inside the frame to the back. Thanks again....
  6. I have a WaterSkeeter RT II and have set up the anchor per the instructions and have a difficult time raising and lowering it from the seat in the water. Is there a better way to run the rope or modify the pullies? I have a 8# pyramid anchor and a vertical pully on the anchor/motor mount bar. Thanks
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    Mine always reminds me of the hatches.
  8. Thanks for all of the replies. Lots of choices and ideas on how to stay functional and economical.
  9. I'm planning to improve my tying location from the kitchen table. Am curious what you would recommend; tying benches/organizers/workstations or desks? Thanks
  10. I also have been addicted to different types of fly boxes. I started with the less pricey ones and now use mostly C&F. Just this season I started using threader boxes. They make things a bit easier in the dark.
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    Pontoon Boat

    Steelheader69, thanks for the tips. I have had my pontoon boat out on a couple lakes so far and just received my anchor today. I have found the anchor will come in handy on windy days. When I set up my oar stops, I set them so the handles would come in close to mid chest, guess I will move them out (or in so the oars are out further). I plan to get some more experience before I tackle any rivers.
  12. I can't speak for the T3 but my TLS 4 piece, 5 wt, mid flex does everything I want it to. Nice flyrod and case. Real happy with it.
  13. Hello Pete, Welcome to the site. I hunt in PA. and have been for the past 15 years. (Bradford and Tioga counties). I use my Heddon bamboo rod most every chance I get now. Can't beat it. Lots of great info and folks in the forum.
  14. Welcome Milos. Really enjoyed your site (at least the pics) and I'm sure you'll like this one. I'm curious about what camera you used for the photography.
  15. mdmayo

    Greetings

    Hello Tony, welcome LOTS of good info and advice here.
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