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Topic: best battery for humminbird FF  (Read 1868 times)

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Sailfish

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It's all come down to personal choices.  I use the big battery for camping trips where electricity is not available for recharge but for a day trip, I charge-up my VHF radio, cell phone, and the AA batteries the night before.
"Life is not about waiting for the storms to pass...it's about learning how to dance in the rain."

Proud owner of the Raptor & G2 kayaks! (www.santacruzkayaks.com)


 

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