We love catfish angling. In a world full of bass fishermen and trout fishermen and carp anglers and big, saltwater guys, we stick to our beloved catfish. Channels, blues, flatheads or big ones overseas, it boils down to three reasons we all fish for catfish: Nostalgia Food Gear Nostalgia This is the biggest category. It […]
Here’s what I use for an oil change: Royal Purple High Performance Marine 10w-30 Bestline Engine Treatment
You can get gasket materials form any auto parts store.
I had a gift certificate from SPS North America for the assembly/review video I did a few months back. I used part of it to get the SPS exhaust header for my mud motor. Goodness this thing pumps out a lot of exhaust. More power.
Use automotive connectors with these motors because they vibrate a lot.
Quick tip if you’re someone who has to leave your motor outdoors.
Detailed assembly and review of the SPS North America, Small Swamp Runner Mud Motor Kit. If Want to know more about how to hot rod these motors for more horsepower and torque, download this free checklist to get started: How to Hot Rod Your SPS Longtail
Dear LORD, You made the river, gave it its bends. You filled it with water and taught it to flow, Then you filled it with fish, our favorite the catfish: The channel, the blue and the great flathead. You gave them to us to catch, to eat, and to enjoy in sport. You gave us […]
Varnish adds UV protection. Epoxy deteriorates in sunlight. You need to protect the epoxy. The epoxy protects the wood and float’s components. The varnish protects the epoxy and adds a kind of vintage look to the float by slightly darkening it.
Epoxy represents the second stage in making fishing floats. Use boat builder’s epoxy. Epoxy bonds everything together, an adhesive and a waterproofing agent. Its primary job makes once unit out of the dowel, wine cork, and the thread and wire. After that it’s time to sand. Since I cure these outside, dust and dirt settle […]