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Pro fisherman-Stud Muffin

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Pro fisherman-Stud Muffin

Anyone run one .

Thinking it would be okay for family and walleye fishing should carry weight good and plane slow .


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Thunder Bay BASSmasters Vice-President 

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Jayfishin

Switched to one on my optimax 150 from a three blade stainless. Really gained on hole shot. Was able to raise my WOT rpm by 600. Lost just under two mph top end. Cornering much better. Boat hugs water. Big improvement for a boat load of people and water sports. Adjustable vent plugs on prop work well for fine tuning rpm.

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Pro fisherman-Stud Muffin

finally tested this prop. wow a different boat.
gets on plane with no bow lift in an instant .
whole boat just feels lighter and rides better with way more stern lift , can run on plane @17mph vs 23-24mph for my 3blade tempest.
steering response is amazing at all speeds

great cruising fishing prop. lost a fair bit of top end. i didn't get this prop for speed

this was on a 20ft glass hull nitro with a full windshield with a 225 optimax. a heavy boat

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