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hookitguy2007

Mercury outboards

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I was looking forward to a great day of fishing on the Croix, but after I launched in Hastings I could not keep the motor running. Can anyone recommend a good mechanic for outboards?

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Hoolitguy: What part of the country do you live in? If you are near Minneapolis, try Supreme Marine. They are in North Minneapolis just off 94. Between Dowling and Lowry. They are a Mercury dealer and do excellent work and for a dealer are quite reasonable.

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I agree with unclekes I have been using supreme for about 7 years and they have always done right by me.

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Thanks for your replies. This forum is awesome and so are the people. As the cold weather approaches the bite will improve. Hopefully, the motor will be running soon.

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