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I was shocked to see the monster Solix in the BPS catalog. 15.4” display!  My skinny nosed Triton took some studying to get a 9” on it and keep it visible but not in the way  

Really not sure how to mount on a bass boat. Would love to see how someone worked into a front deck or a console on a bass rig.  

 

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2 hours ago, slothman said:

The Tactical Bassin guy has two on his boat. 

Matt Allen. Awesome guy. Excellent content.

On a scale of 1 to 10 how freakin' cool is it that guys are making more money, and becoming more famous than the top 10 tournament pros by maintaining a YouTube channel ?  

Seriously considering joining the ranks in 2018. Who here would subscribe? :)

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12 hours ago, fishinwrench said:

Matt Allen. Awesome guy. Excellent content.

On a scale of 1 to 10 how freakin' cool is it that guys are making more money, and becoming more famous than the top 10 tournament pros by maintaining a YouTube channel ?  

Seriously considering joining the ranks in 2018. Who here would subscribe? :)

I'd say, pretty freakin'. I'd subscribe. I'll help contribute too 😉😎😁.

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2 hours ago, slothman said:

I'd say, pretty freakin'. I'd subscribe. I'll help contribute too 😉😎😁.

Appreciate it. :)

My channel will be more boat/motor repair/improvement related content.  I'm not gonna sacrifice my fishing time by fumbling around with cameras.  Already plenty of guys doing that.  But since I'm doing tons of boat/motor work anyway I might as well capture video footage of it and possibly earn a few more bucks.  I have an Aussie outboard tech buddy whose YT channel does quite well.....even though he is a bit of a hack and takes forever to get stuff done right.  

I figure if I can share some helpful stuff and cause some drama and laughter then it'll go over pretty good.   B)

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17 minutes ago, fishinwrench said:

Appreciate it. :)

My channel will be more boat/motor repair/improvement related content.  I'm not gonna sacrifice my fishing time by fumbling around with cameras.  Already plenty of guys doing that.  But since I'm doing tons of boat/motor work anyway I might as well capture video footage of it and possibly earn a few more bucks.  I have an Aussie outboard tech buddy whose YT channel does quite well.....even though he is a bit of a hack and takes forever to get stuff done right.  

I figure if I can share some helpful stuff and cause some drama and laughter then it'll go over pretty good.   B)

I have no use for any of that but it’s still interesting so you know I’ll subscrribe. 

My 13 year old daughter asked for a GoPro for Christmas so she could create a YT channel. 

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16 minutes ago, fishinwrench said:

Appreciate it. :)

My channel will be more boat/motor repair/improvement related content.  I'm not gonna sacrifice my fishing time by fumbling around with cameras.  Already plenty of guys doing that.  But since I'm doing tons of boat/motor work anyway I might as well capture video footage of it and possibly earn a few more bucks.  I have an Aussie outboard tech buddy whose YT channel does quite well.....even though he is a bit of a hack and takes forever to get stuff done right.  

I figure if I can share some helpful stuff and cause some drama and laughter then it'll go over pretty good.   B)

That would be awesome. I love figuring out how to do repairs and maintenance by watching YouTube videos. I have learned so much from YouTube that I have saved myself thousands of dollars in home/vehicle/appliance repairs by learning how to do it myself.

it is amazing how you can "give away your secrets" and actually gain more business because of it. 

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44 minutes ago, slothman said:

it is amazing how you can "give away your secrets" and actually gain more business because of it. 

If people can see how you work on things and witness first hand the attention given to each step, then they learn to trust your abilities and can appreciate the quality of your work.   

I know that I won't allow anyone to work on my trucks until I've watched them work on stuff and gained trust in their abilities.   Shops that don't allow customers into the work area don't ever get my business.  I understand the liability of allowing potentially clumsy people to wander around in your work area, but as long as they stay out of the line of fire I think customers should be observing the process and asking questions if they want to.  It's only right, and it keeps everyone on their toes and doing each job the way they are being paid to.

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