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Re: Hi from Devon

Postby Steve » Fri Nov 03, 2017 4:14 pm

Looks cracking Jim - glad you like it too...

I was only just looking at navigation lights, as you 'need' them on Loch Lommond apparently (why!?!). What kind do you have on that bow canopy?

The pollock looks a decent size - going to smoke it?

Kaman - that does sound like a bargain for that Yam!
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Re: Hi from Devon

Postby Jimthehook » Fri Nov 03, 2017 6:52 pm

kaman wrote:Excellent stuff Jim.
Glad to see your happy with the set up now - it looks the dogs danglies!
I went with my old man yesterday to pick up his Yamaha 9.9hp.
He was going to use his Yamaha 6hp with his newly acquired Tohatsu 3.5m sib.
He got a mint 2015 yamaha 9.9hp 4 stroke for £900 quid, private sale absolute bargain :drive
He's hoping to get out in the coming weeks gor a spot of fishing.
Good to see the pollack at least are still biting :thumbsup


Thanks Karman :thumbsup yup happy chappy now!!, and thats a bloody good deal he got for that OB im sure he will love it, and hope he catches plenty!

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Re: Hi from Devon

Postby Jimthehook » Fri Nov 03, 2017 6:56 pm

Steve wrote:Looks cracking Jim - glad you like it too...

I was only just looking at navigation lights, as you 'need' them on Loch Lommond apparently (why!?!). What kind do you have on that bow canopy?

The pollock looks a decent size - going to smoke it?

Kaman - that does sound like a bargain for that Yam!


Cheers Steve, had the pollock tonight with homemade cider batter :thumbsup , the light on my canopy is a tri light 12v that i run of an 1800mah lithium polymer battery about the size of a mars bar and gives 15 hour run time :thumbsup , here is a link to the light >>

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/12V-Shoreline ... SwLlpZujvL
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Re: Hi from Devon

Postby Jakeyboy » Fri Nov 03, 2017 8:05 pm

That looks a good wee light jimthehook is it decent quality ? Would look good on my new dodger lol
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Re: Hi from Devon

Postby Jimthehook » Fri Nov 03, 2017 8:41 pm

Yup the quality is good, it has an led cob style bulb with about 50 small leds around in 360 and shines very bright, I did add a blob of sealant where the wires go into the unit but other than that its solid. You can also take out the red/green insert and use it as just a white 360 light. For the price point im more than happy with it :)
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