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Old 25 January 2009, 10:01   #11
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Thank you for the benefit of your experience. I'm pretty good at running in between set waves. Particularly when running over shallow bars in mex I try to keep the boat right up on the back of the leading wave where there is more water depth and just follow it in. The nasty part is if you snag kelp, trap lines or old netting. Not much time to do anything but hold on as the following wave overtakes you. This is the reason I got rid of my doelfin and use smart tabs now. That sucker really caught kelp and would put me in bad situations more often. I didn't have much faith in the outboard cover intake design, but it sure did test out well.
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Works well on the Mariners....
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