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  1. Member
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    #21
    The snip tool... for $10.
    Lure retriever is nice

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    Bologna sandwich, diet mt dew, lure knocker. In that order.

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    #23
    Flow-Rite Remote Drain Plug - saves your back and knee's and if you ever forget to turn the switch before backing in the lake you can do it at the dock unlike a normal drain plug that requires you to re-trailer your boat.

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    #24
    Loving all the suggestions! Mostly sounding like a good tool set pliers/clipper and a lure retriever.

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    #25
    Jump starter, just in case and the peace of mind is worth it, $60.

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    #26
    Quote Originally Posted by smalliebiggs View Post
    I agree on the telescoping boat hook. Best money I've ever spent on a boat accessory.
    Yes they have saved me many times.

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    #27
    Geeeze. How about you stick it in your wallet until something comes to you. Why go out of the way to find a way to blow it on something you didn't even realise you wanted.

  8. eddrunner@bellsouth.net
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    #28
    Has to be a Flow-Rite Remote drain plug. If you ever have one. Don't think you will ever be without one. $90 shipped. Less than 1 hr to install.

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    #29
    A long day fishing with the kids and a nice dinner after.
    Please release me,let me go.

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    #30
    I'd say a g force TM handles and a ninja grass blade. Or if you don't have them, blinker trim.

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    #31
    Quote Originally Posted by RobMVA View Post
    Geeeze. How about you stick it in your wallet until something comes to you. Why go out of the way to find a way to blow it on something you didn't even realise you wanted.

    Who let this guy in ?
    " Talking to you is like clapping with one hand "
    Anthrax

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    #32
    It used to be beer, but I am on a diet and not drinking............buy a 100 dollars worth of fishing line. Then you got something you can use and get some good out of.

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    #33
    If you don't have one, buy a boarding ladder. It could save your life or someone else's life.
    Half the world's problems are caused by people not doing their jobs and the other half are caused by people minding someone else's business.

  14. Member cody161's Avatar
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    #34
    Boat Buckle ratchet tie downs, if you don't already have them.

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    #35
    G-force handle if you don't have one already.

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    #36
    Quote Originally Posted by mattg589 View Post
    It's hard to think of something under $100. This is something I use every time out.

    Same here. Bought about a year ago and is great.

  17. Member
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    #37
    I added this for under $100: https://flow-rite.com/products/marin...ug/mpa-rdp-006
    Great for us old guys

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    #38
    Buy your wife dinner so you can fish more

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    #39
    If you fish any kind of rough water this thing is AWESOME!!!

    http://thmarine.com/troll-tamer-trol...tabilizer-lock

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    #40
    I don't know if you fish tournaments but my favorite three items (and you can get them all for under $100) are the V-T2 livewell vents ($45), the Accu Cull culling system ($35) http://www.tacklewarehouse.com/Accu_...-ACCUCULL.html and a MLF plastic fish gripper thing ($12) that I attached to my existing scale.

    You've got $8 left for a crankbait!

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