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clearwater classic ice-ducer

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I bought a clearwater classic off of ebay (my other Clearwater LCD 40 was stolen from my truck a couple years ago. shocked.gif ) and I think the transducer is the 20 degree, since I can't pick up my jig - even a big walleye jig. Can anyone point me to someone around here where I can find an 8 degree ice ducer for my Classic. I checked at our sponsors place - but they just deal with Vex and Marcums..

Thanks.

Interesting day fishing on Duck - first time in 4 years since I've been ice fishing (I have the bug again - serious). Found mouse holes in my Eskimo - a bad locator - but at least my auger worked. I didn't drop my truck thru, and we actually caught a couple fish.

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I would check EBay and you might get a quicker answer by posting this same question on the Equpt Expert Information forum.

Good luck!

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Thanks. I thought I would dangle it out in the southcentral area if I had missed a business or something like that. I'll try that other forum.

Thanks again.

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The gang at Reel Fishing and Tackle should be able to connect you with a service rep. or wholesaler who could help you out.

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If I remember corectly, you can adapt a Vexilar ducer to work on the Clear Water Classic as they no longer are available for that application.

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I had the same problem (mouse holes)with my portable, I found a great way to patch them. Then I had to take the auger in after a couple years sitting. That'll teach me to run all the gas out at the end of the season, that or start it up a few times throughout the summer. Once that screen & the needle valves in the carb varnish up, your done. crazy.gif

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