My New tool

rdendy's picture

By rdendy - Posted on 17 October 2011

I now have in my possession a new War Eagle 861 Predator. Picked up Friday 10/7/11 and got to slime it up a bit this past week. I love the way it handles and rides. Bill Morgan at Mississippi Marine in Tupelo is a jam up feller to do business with. Not only did everything go smooth but was delivered as promised. I couldn't be happier. I got a HB 1198c si up front and my old 798 ci si on the console. MK Terrova 80 w/ I-Pilot. I went with vinyl instead of carpet and the clean up is real easy. Excellent install on everything and it all works great. I did reroute the TM Transduceri cable up the shaft slot because day 1 I got it kinked up and almost broke it. 40 minute job from start to end, now no problems with it. Overall I am very pleased with the boat and service.

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danny malone's picture

Ricky, i guess i'll have to "wipe my feet" before you'll carry me fishing in that great looking rig!!!!ha.

rdendy's picture

Oh no Danny,just hop in and we'll go. Dirt will wash out.

Big Papa's picture

Nice rig, how are you liking that fine trolling motor?

rdendy's picture

Big Papa, I like it a lot.

rdendy's picture

Thanks for all your in put before purchase. It sure helped a lot.

rdendy's picture

Thanks for all your in put before purchase. It sure helped a lot.

Ray's picture

Ricky that is one fine looking rig there.


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