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By crappie wannabe - Posted on 16 January 2014

Pretty new to serious crappie fishingi and hoping to gain some knowledge and insight!
Trying to rig up my new to me boat purchase and I am sure I will have many ????
What trolling motor to invest in?
Is the side imaging worth the price ?
LOL and very sure there will be some how to ??
Just a little about me , I work in a steel mill most of the time and have a small scale a/c business,so my crappie fishingi is going to be my relax time

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Crappie wannabe, i'm sure you will get answers you might want to post what size boat you have so could help with trolling motor. I have S/I front and back of boat and it's has made me a much better fisherman but lots to learn if and when you purchase on how to read what your seeing.

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I just purchased a aluminum 19 ft bass boat with a minnkota terrova/ipilot. It has a hb898hdsi on back and a HB 597 on front .
Hi test trolling racks up front.
I plan taking a trip down to Sardis , to break this rig in .

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