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    Two-Way Alarms

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    Potter
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    Two-Way Alarms

    Post  Potter on Fri Mar 26, 2010 5:57 pm

    For anyone that is interested, if any members of the NC Bass Hunters buy a Two-Way Alarm, they will get an additional control remote for free. Be sure to email me and I will let Lee at Two-Way alarms know that you are a member of the NC Bass Hunters.

    The website is at [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]

    I will have mine installed on my boat for the Kerr Lake tournament, so if anyone wants to see how it works I'll be glad to show you. Sammy and I hooked it up yesterday and were able to mess with it and it seems to be a good product. They are $200.00 bucks and the free remote is valued at $40.00 bucks. Just remember one rod and reel is worth that, so if someone was to empty your boat, you would loose alot more than $200.00 bucks.
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    sammy

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    Re: Two-Way Alarms

    Post  sammy on Fri Mar 26, 2010 6:47 pm

    I ordered mine last night, hopefully it will be here and installed before Kerr Lake! Very Happy
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    Re: Two-Way Alarms

    Post  riverrat on Wed Mar 31, 2010 8:52 am

    So if you are getting alarms, how am I supposed to plunder through your stuff in search of good baits and all without getting caught????
    You know I like to check and make sure all the wire connections are tight, plugs are in, and prop nuts are tight.
    Oh yea, and I been saving a ripe 3 week old 'possum for potters rod box Mad

    Just say no to alarms..................
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    Re: Two-Way Alarms

    Post  Potter on Fri Apr 02, 2010 3:36 pm

    riverrat wrote:So if you are getting alarms, how am I supposed to plunder through your stuff in search of good baits and all without getting caught????
    You know I like to check and make sure all the wire connections are tight, plugs are in, and prop nuts are tight.
    Oh yea, and I been saving a ripe 3 week old 'possum for potters rod box Mad

    Just say no to alarms..................

    Thanks for looking out for me Rat!

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