Out fishing today with the 'new' 135HO and it turned over 100 hours. Been in since July and at least another month to go before we pull it out. Weather has been great and the engine has been awesome
Nice! I just reached 27 hrs on my G2 200ho and toped the oil res. with 1 gal xd100. Besides the power it puts out i love how clean it burns. Not a puff of smoke even when I first start it after sitting a week in my yard. Thats one awsome looking rig you have.
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Ya, everyone I talk to that has E-rudes on the water loves them... Fishing has been great this year, so still some more hours to put on her.
Today we got two Columbia River Chinooks that were migrating through the area. Both Chinooks / Springs / Kings had clipped adipose fins, which we don't do in Canada.
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