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Old 31 October 2006, 05:27   #11
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Old 01 November 2006, 12:57   #12
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you're going to be popular in a crowded harbour, how many each side?
I figure 3 or 4 slots per side. Guns will sit point-up, with the handles facing outward. There's probably enough spearo's here that it won't even garner a second look.

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Old 03 November 2006, 22:32   #13
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I figure 3 or 4 slots per side. Guns will sit point-up, with the handles facing outward. There's probably enough spearo's here that it won't even garner a second look.
LOL... Just don't come to the Great Lakes, eh! They'll confiscate your boat, truck, dive gear....possibly your wife...
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Geez, Stoo;

You're going to get an influx of speargunners looking a cheap alternative to divorce...

In all seriousness, our California Fish and Game are pretty much like that when it comes to abalone. They'll watch violators in progress of poaching, but wait until they get back to their vehicle to make an arrest, as they get to confiscate any gear used to take or transport illegally harvested abs.

We can't shoot any fish that touches fresh water at any time during its life cycle, but there's a pretty good spearfishery for halibut, lingcod, cabezon, kelp bass, and rockfish.

For those who are into blue water freedive spearfishing, halibut, white sea bass, yellowtail, dorado, and yellowfin tuna seem to be the primary game.

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Why do we all have these large frames to mount an antenna, GPS and nav lights ?
I think I would rather spend the money else where. Any pictures of alternative set ups, ie single poles etc which I guess would serve the same purpose but a great deal cheaper.




they aren't for this at all its so you can have a jimmy in a rough sea without falling in. you don't ned height for a GPS antenna and the nav lights can go on the console and a pole attached to the back seatlikewise the radio antenna But the stern light and radio antenna work more effectively with height! Tohatsu used to use a pole for the white light and antenna but they used to wobble the bits off if you had a good day on the boat
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