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Old 10-03-2007, 06:40 PM   #1
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Some one had a post wanting to see some pictures of every ones flounder lights, I just got around to taking some.











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Old 10-03-2007, 07:06 PM   #2
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Very nice. Who built the bracket for you? The guy in Gulf Breeze??? ><(((*>
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Old 10-03-2007, 07:12 PM   #3
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Midnight Rider (10/3/2007)Very nice. Who built the bracket for you? The guy in Gulf Breeze??? &gt;&lt;(((*&gt;
The guy at Northwest floridamarine on highway 29.... Take the two bolts out on each bracket and bracket and lights come off and it still looks factory
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He did a good job... Looks factory made. ><((((*>
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Old 10-03-2007, 07:21 PM   #5
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I like it. Is that a Carolina Skiff? How shallow can you get?

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Death From Above (10/3/2007)I like it. Is that a Carolina Skiff? How shallow can you get?

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Yeah, It's a carolina skiff. I can get in ankle deep water with no problem.They will float in spit.
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How much was the cost for them to do it?? Did you have to leave your boat ??Thanks

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Scott from amstaff/solutia ?? Cant remember what I paid. I think it was around $50.00. I left my boat but it only took him about half a day to get to it and do it.
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Looks like a great set up. Do your lights and trolling motor get in the way off seeing and gigging fish. I like a clean deck on the front with the trolling motor on the back with a foot push button.

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Frayed Knot (10/4/2007)Looks like a great set up. Do your lights and trolling motor get in the way off seeing and gigging fish. I like a clean deck on the front with the trolling motor on the back with a foot push button.



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This setup works very well. I want to build a custom basket to mount to the TM head unit. It will hold 2 beers in Koozys.



Nothing is in the way on this setup.



A transom mounted trolling motor is a lot harder to steer and the maneuverability with the forward TM beats it hands down.










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