I have trouble getting my grease gun to put grease into the grease fitting. Help!
I put the whole playlist right here, carburetor mods, intake, exhaust the whole bit so that you can upgrade your power plant to a stage 1 mud motor build from taking this course.
Several people has asked how to make upgrades to Harbor Freight boat trailers. Here you go.
Someone asked about setting the throttle tension the Predator Series motors. It’s a simple deal, there’s one bolt on the throttle body that sets it.
From interesting discussion over o the Swamp Runner Forums about what would make the ideal hull for a longtail mud motor.
Use fuel stabilizer if you’re going to store your motor for a long time. Something I didn’t mention is you can put a tablespoon of oil or gasoline in the combustion chamber so the spark plug can immediately ignite a fuel source, making for faster starting after long storage than what you saw here.
Check you gear before you get out there, guys. Check all your safety gear. What’s the point of having safety gear if it isn’t proper working order?
Someone asked if I would do a video of how I launch my little 12 ft. jon boat off the Harbor Freight Trailer. Well, here you go. It’s simple. Light weight boat can be man handled.
These floats are all about sensitivity. They are not bait barges. (In fact I probably should make a float called a Bait Barge.) It’s designed to use a bare minimum amount of weight and very light gear so that it can detect even the slightest movement. If you use too much weight with these, you’ll greatly decrease the sensitivity. I mean a channel cat can brush past these, and you’ll know it.
I think catfishermen are used to using heavy gear for everything, even for medium-small, eating-sized channel catfish, and it’s a shame. There’s no need for a broomstick rod, line heavy enough to anchor the USS Freedom, hooks big enough for a 1,000 lb. hammerhead shark, and a float capable of raising the USS Tecumseh out from under the 10 feet of sand that Hurricane Ivan dumbed onto it.
Eating-sized channel catfish angling requires finesse fishing. When trying to figure how much weight to use with these floats, ask yourself one question: “What is the bare minimum amount of weight needed to make the float slowly cock up and stand on end without the bait?” Anything more is too much weight. If want to float more weight than that, then you have the wrong float. What you need is a Bait Barge. (Again, once I get my lathe in, I’ll start working on a heavier float.)
Good times, tight lines!