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10-05-2019 04:42 PM
semipro I had boss 870N and 600NN but Valiant 500N is my favorite so far.
10-01-2019 05:48 PM
Stir It Up
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Thank You for the information,I ordered already 600N and 800N
I can't wait to try it


Either way that’s great. You are going to love them. I’m about to order a 500N for myself.


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09-30-2019 06:21 PM
semipro
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We have hand cranked every swordfish this year on the Accurate Valiant 1000. They are amazing. They are so light that even the girls can easily fight a fish off the hip with out a belt. I have no doubt you will love the 800. I own 2 1000’s and plan to own 2 more in the next few months to use for trolling. They are also a dream for chunking for tuna and we have caught quite a few yellowfin on them. We also used them to pull amber jack and an 80# Warsaw off a rig a few months back. Let me know when you are ready and we can get you one ordered. You won’t be disappointed. Attachment 4452655Attachment 4452657


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Thank You for the information,I ordered already 600N and 800N
I can't wait to try it
09-26-2019 04:37 PM
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Can you post a pic of your siphon pump?


This looks very very similar to the one we use. I buy the siphon pump from the same place I buy the barrels. I get them from a place off 146 south of Kemah.

https://www.amazon.com/TRDRUM30-Heav.../dp/B00APU2X2S




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09-26-2019 03:13 PM
JFolm
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Yes and a 100 gallon bladder is on the list of boat additions this winter along with new upholstery. We haven’t wanted to deal with the install of a quick connect fuel line hookup or a fuel transfer pump for the bladder. We have $150 worth of barrels and a $20 siphon pump that is made to fit the barrels so it was the cheapest and easiest option. Only takes us about 5 minutes per barrel to transfer the fuel.


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Can you post a pic of your siphon pump?
09-26-2019 09:22 AM
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Great Report



Yall Dunn GoouD!!!!






Thank you sir.


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09-26-2019 09:22 AM
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Great pictures and report,did you catch the sword on that accurate 800?
How did you like the reel,I am planning to get one also.


We have hand cranked every swordfish this year on the Accurate Valiant 1000. They are amazing. They are so light that even the girls can easily fight a fish off the hip with out a belt. I have no doubt you will love the 800. I own 2 1000’s and plan to own 2 more in the next few months to use for trolling. They are also a dream for chunking for tuna and we have caught quite a few yellowfin on them. We also used them to pull amber jack and an 80# Warsaw off a rig a few months back. Let me know when you are ready and we can get you one ordered. You won’t be disappointed. Attachment 4452655Attachment 4452657


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09-26-2019 09:20 AM
SturgeonGeneral
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That is exactly how we plan to hook one up eventually. We don’t want to deal with a pump.


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Although we haven't needed to use ours since we got 4 strokes, we have the quick connect and it worked great for us in the past. We didn't really have issues with sloshing around when it was nearing empty either, so long as someone helped guide the fuel to the outlet for the last few gallons. I've done pump method on other boats, and it worked fine, but I just didn't like fishing around the full bladder in the cockpit.
09-26-2019 09:10 AM
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I have a 100 gallon bladder and use quick disconnect to hook it up. Hit me up if you need help on the set up.


That is exactly how we plan to hook one up eventually. We don’t want to deal with a pump.


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09-25-2019 11:47 PM
hog
Great Report

Yall Dunn GoouD!!!!


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