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Muskrat guard....

Discussion in 'Pontoon Forum' started by BigKahuna, May 16, 2019 at 2:51 PM.

  1. BigKahuna

    BigKahuna Well-Known Member

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    Muskrats chewed the transducer wires on a couple boats in our cove. So I thought I'd share that I put these on before putting our boat in the water for the season tomorrow .... IMG_20190515_203655431.jpg IMG_20190515_203634441.jpg
     
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    Daril, what exactly did you use? Thanks for sharing...
     
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    I hadn’t thought about protecting the transducer wire before. Thanks for flagging it as our lake has some lively muskrats at times. Looking forward to your answer to Steve’s question above.
     
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    That is so thoughtful of you... to provide dental floss to the muskrats for when they're done chewing on your cable!!!!
    :D;)
     
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    Thx pontuna salad......
     
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    Do like Daril did and put it on before you take it to the water. Trying to spin that coil on while bobbing around is a pain.
     
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