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by RiverBottomOutdoors
18 Sep 2019, 12:31
Forum: Electrical
Topic: Battery charger help needed.
Replies: 4
Views: 64

Re: Battery charger help needed.

Don't know if you Amazon:

by RiverBottomOutdoors
18 Sep 2019, 12:27
Forum: Electrical
Topic: Battery charger help needed.
Replies: 4
Views: 64

Re: Battery charger help needed.

I thought you could still find the old school analog chargers like you're talking about at auto parts stores? I bought one maybe 2 or 3 years ago.
by RiverBottomOutdoors
18 Sep 2019, 12:24
Forum: Jet Boat Projects
Topic: Longtail run up the river like a Jet?
Replies: 2
Views: 51

Re: Longtail run up the river like a Jet?

Not quite jet like, but still get you to a lot places a normal prop won't go. Pretty cool.
by RiverBottomOutdoors
12 Sep 2019, 12:49
Forum: Outboard Jets
Topic: Sketchy Shallow Run
Replies: 0
Views: 59

Sketchy Shallow Run

Shallow, rocky, sketchy run to fish a stretch of river I've been wanting to hit for a couple of years. This run is pretty much the limit for my G3 and likely the last run I'll make on it. She's been a good boat, but I've reached the limits of its capability and there are waters worse than this that ...
by RiverBottomOutdoors
30 Aug 2019, 10:07
Forum: Boat House
Topic: Tm lay down?
Replies: 5
Views: 323

Re: Tm lay down?

I stow with the prop to the side that I'm least likely to walk on. But, most people mount so that the motor is angle to the port side when stowed...I never thought that made any sense and mount mine so that it is angled to the starboard when stowed.
by RiverBottomOutdoors
27 Aug 2019, 00:45
Forum: Outboard Jets
Topic: Merc 80 Jet Enough for my 1860??
Replies: 17
Views: 578

Re: Merc 80 Jet Enough for my 1860??

80 at the pump or 80 at the engine? 65 at the pump is the absolute lowest I would go for a 1860 coming in around 700-900lb dry weight.
by RiverBottomOutdoors
02 Aug 2019, 15:35
Forum: Boat House
Topic: 12 volt vs 24 volt
Replies: 24
Views: 994

Re: 12 volt vs 24 volt

I us a 24V #80 with an aftermarket Kippawa prop. The prop makes all the difference in the world. I need to give one of these a try. Have read a lot of good things about them. More overall power with a Kippawa? Night and day over a two-blade prop, the Kippawa prop moves a lot more water. When you sm...
by RiverBottomOutdoors
02 Aug 2019, 09:32
Forum: Boat House
Topic: 12 volt vs 24 volt
Replies: 24
Views: 994

Re: 12 volt vs 24 volt

I us a 24V #80 with an aftermarket Kippawa prop. The prop makes all the difference in the world.
by RiverBottomOutdoors
19 Jul 2019, 16:34
Forum: Photography & Cameras
Topic: Pic of Birds
Replies: 8
Views: 565

Re: Pic of Birds

Bird with a double bird.
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by RiverBottomOutdoors
12 Jul 2019, 11:17
Forum: Boat House
Topic: Guide on posts
Replies: 14
Views: 655

Re: Guide on posts

Side bunks work much better for smaller boats. Only big boats that require deeper water to launch need guide-ons to show you where the trailer is underwater.
by RiverBottomOutdoors
28 Jun 2019, 09:48
Forum: Watering Hole
Topic: Yeti
Replies: 10
Views: 780

Re: Yeti

For the active man, this is the best coffee mug money can buy....and it's not that expensive. I have 3 and not a single one leaks. I use them year round from hunting out of treestand to kayaking. I wouldn't take anything for them. Coffee stays piping hot all day long. I like that you can toss it in ...
by RiverBottomOutdoors
17 May 2019, 09:45
Forum: Motors
Topic: Yamaha F25 1st oil change
Replies: 17
Views: 1287

Yamaha F25 1st oil change

Should have changed the filter. The break in is for meeting parts to wear together. The F25 is a great motor...about bullet proof.
by RiverBottomOutdoors
17 May 2019, 09:42
Forum: Bowfishing
Topic: Maybe bowfishing
Replies: 4
Views: 888

Maybe bowfishing

There are many bowfishing package bows available now ranging in price from $200-$600. Typically people go with either an AMS Retriever bottle reel or a traditional spinning reel setup. Both have advantages and disadvantages...so it's personal preference. I hate spinning and love the bottle...and the...
by RiverBottomOutdoors
09 May 2019, 12:26
Forum: Boat House
Topic: Float pod flooded with water
Replies: 11
Views: 720

Float pod flooded with water

I wouldn't add more foam and hopefully the foam that is in there isn't already water logged. The risk to adding more foam is that it becomes water logged. As long as the foam isn't waterlogged you're good to go. The foam that's already inside may be there to add some structural support. Only remove ...
by RiverBottomOutdoors
03 May 2019, 11:03
Forum: Boat House
Topic: Tail walking tinny. Yikes.
Replies: 8
Views: 758

Tail walking tinny. Yikes.

Smack your head on the gunnel and hopefully you have a loved one willing to change your adult diapers for the rest of your life.