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    I just installed two micros on the back of my skiff. The install was quick & easy. I had to use the chain hoist to help get the brackets between the motor & jack plate.

    I'm pleased with the look and function of the two units. Now hopefully I can get out on the water & provide a full review.





    The two rods came with mounting hardware...



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    Looks great bro! Nice install

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    Clean work Coe!
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    Cool!! When'd ya get that bote? I knew you sold the mudboat but dint know ya got a new one other than the big cat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robalo View Post
    Cool!! When'd ya get that bote? I knew you sold the mudboat but dint know ya got a new one other than the big cat.
    That's the mud boat... I swap engines during the year. Never sold it. Was never for sale.
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    Nice , Coe . Everything looks so clean .
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    Good looking setup!


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    I like the decorative knobs along the gunnel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kenny View Post
    I like the decorative knobs along the gunnel.
    Those are for crappie fishing. I don't want to drill holes for rod holders so I found some ram mounts that bolt on. They are placed along the grab rails which run the full length of the boat bow to stern. I favor one side when fishing usually 6-8 poles. When spider rigging or tight lining that's a whole different story as I run up to 8 poles off the bow.
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    Nice job Coe!
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