N II Deep

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About N II Deep

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  • Birthday 07/13/1967

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  • Real Name
    Jon
  • Biography
    I have been in the metal turning industry for 20+ years. just started fishing in 2009.
  • Location
    Dorr, MI
  • Interests
    Fishing
  • Occupation
    Engineer, Program Manager

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  1. Wow, new item just added to my bucket list "spring trip to Lake 'O' Thanks for sharing the pictures.
  2. that was a cut and paste from the USCG Aux web site, but yes they will look at your batteries. from what I understand is not to have the terminals connections exposed, so it limits the chance of dropping a metal object across the terminals and create a spark down in the engine compartment.
  3. Boat tags - Check Fishing license - Check Plus it's a good time to do a full safety review. Life Jackets Registration and numbering Navigation lights Ventilation Fire extinguishers Distress signals (flares, horn, etc.) Battery cover and connections The USCG Aux usually has a weekend in April when they will come dock side in Holland to preform a safety check and you get a nifty sticker for your window. When I see a date I will post. http://www.cgaux.org/vsc thanks Kevin for posting this.
  4. thanks Terry for the report. I hope to be in the water in about 3 weeks.
  5. Nice job Kevin, 23 days or less for me. the wellcraft need a wash and wax, just waiting for warmer weather to do that outside. just save some Brown's for the rest of us.
  6. updated Bump. I know many here in West Michigan use this tool. let's make sure it is in the water when the season gets started. https://www.gofundme.com/psbuoy
  7. good luck Captain, looking more like mid April here in west Michigan.
  8. Ann did the canvas on my Fourwinns and did a great job.
  9. https://www.gofundme.com/psbuoy
  10. Nice job Bob, 3 months and we all can start splashing blood around the back of our boats.
  11. I do not. have not had any issue, just break the rod down reel up tight and leave drag just tight enough to keep it in place.
  12. I run 4 of the Convector 30's with Bloodrun wire. going on 5 seasons now with no issues.
  13. I bought an after market drive from these folks years ago for the fourwinns. 10 years no issues http://www.sterndrive.cc/ the gear ratio needs to be the same and it relates to the HP of your motor. you adjust high end / low end speed with the prop pitch.