New Riffe

Discussion in 'Spear Fishing Reports' started by dewdogg, Aug 25, 2012.

  1. dewdogg

    dewdogg fisherman

    Location:
    Laguna Niguel Ca
    Name:
    Dewey
    Boat:
    20' valco bayrunner "pacifier"
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    Hey,Guys
    Just picked up a nice riffe and was wondering how or where it should be mounted or held nice and secure in the 20' center console.
     
  2. c-goat

    c-goat HELL BENT FOR FEATHER

    Location:
    santee ca.
    Name:
    Bill
    Boat:
    08 DEFIANCE 220 ex Sheri-Moon
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    Keep it horizontal,thats all I got to say about that.
    Safety first.
     
  3. c-goat

    c-goat HELL BENT FOR FEATHER

    Location:
    santee ca.
    Name:
    Bill
    Boat:
    08 DEFIANCE 220 ex Sheri-Moon
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    and low!
     
  4. PARADISE

    PARADISE Newbie

    Location:
    El Cajon
    Name:
    Zack Paradise
    Boat:
    WorldCat 320E
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    If you've got gaff or rod storage in the gunnels usually you can put it in there. Our holds a railgun really nice and the strap keeps it nice and secure.
     
  5. abdiver7777

    abdiver7777 abdiver7777

    Location:
    So Cal
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    Sir2you
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    No Name........
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    Put an old tennis ball over the tip and store it wherever it fits. I kept a 4' section of 10" PVC strapped to the gunnel of my Skipjack and guns and poles stayed in there tips down........
     
  6. dewdogg

    dewdogg fisherman

    Location:
    Laguna Niguel Ca
    Name:
    Dewey
    Boat:
    20' valco bayrunner "pacifier"
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    all great ideas,thanks alot guys.
     
  7. SCOTCH

    SCOTCH Member

    Location:
    Pacific Beach
    Name:
    Geoff
    Boat:
    25' BW Outrage "Rime of the Ancient Mariner"
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    I use velcro straps from home depot and strap them to the t-top. Works pretty well.

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  8. scalihunter

    scalihunter Newbie

    Location:
    garden grove ca
    Name:
    chad
    Boat:
    wahoo
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    u can use plastic rod holders and cut them to fit your gun..lets go diving
     
  9. LGHT

    LGHT Newbie

    Location:
    Newport Beach
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    LGHT
    Boat:
    NA
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    If you upgrade to a slip tip make sure it's removed whenever the gun is in use, if not use the red tip protector that comes with the shaft and NEVER store with the bands loaded.
     

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