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Unread 06-25-2008, 02:30 PM   #1
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hey i we bought are golf cart to use in florida and are going to use it this year. last year i caught a 200 pound 6 foot 7 in. shark, a 2 foot X 4 foot stingray and lots of othe salt and fresh water fish. anybody have ideas for hunting or fishing stuff on a cart.
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Unread 07-18-2008, 11:52 AM   #2
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hey i we bought are golf cart to use in florida and are going to use it this year. last year i caught a 200 pound 6 foot 7 in. shark, a 2 foot X 4 foot stingray and lots of othe salt and fresh water fish. anybody have ideas for hunting or fishing stuff on a cart.

Sorry in the delay in replying to your thread,
What are you looking for ? to add to your cart...

They make all sorts of things .
Gun Rack , winches, rod holders . but be specific on what you are looking for
You must be surf fishing along one of our coasts
for the Sharks and sting rays .
Where are you fishing at down here in FL ?
Congrats on the shark ! BTW what was it, got any pictures of it ?
I have lived in FL my whole life and fish both the Atlantic and Gulf coast.
To be honest with ya, Id rather eat salt water fish anyday
over fresh water fish, They taste way better and their is more to eat LOL
I caught a Hamerhead that was 16 ft. this joker was about 4 ft between his eyes. After I got him to the top of the water and the 1 1/2 hour battle fighting him. We shot him with a 20 gauge shot gun with 00 buckshot.
We couldnt get him in the boat. Just to big for us to roll him in .
So I tied him off at the stern and we were going to tow him in to the Mariena
and get help to get him out of the water and on land.
He never made it towing him 200 yards.
Other sharks had a feeding frenzee and tore him up ,finely we just cut the rope and let them have him. Wish we had a video camera with us.
I bet there were 40 to 50 other sharks eating him up in that frenzee .
Thank God no one fell over board

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Unread 07-18-2008, 12:44 PM   #3
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You can't beat a 4 foot black tip, that's good eating.
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Unread 07-18-2008, 02:05 PM   #4
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Sorry in the delay in replying to your thread,
What are you looking for ? to add to your cart...

They make all sorts of things .
Gun Rack , winches, rod holders . but be specific on what you are looking for
You must be surf fishing along one of our coasts
for the Sharks and sting rays .
Where are you fishing at down here in FL ?
Congrats on the shark ! BTW what was it, got any pictures of it ?
I have lived in FL my whole life and fish both the Atlantic and Gulf coast.
To be honest with ya, Id rather eat salt water fish anyday
over fresh water fish, They taste way better and their is more to eat LOL
I caught a Hamerhead that was 16 ft. this joker was about 4 ft between his eyes. After I got him to the top of the water and the 1 1/2 hour battle fighting him. We shot him with a 20 gauge shot gun with 00 buckshot.
We couldnt get him in the boat. Just to big for us to roll him in .
So I tied him off at the stern and we were going to tow him in to the Mariena
and get help to get him out of the water and on land.
He never made it towing him 200 yards.
Other sharks had a feeding frenzee and tore him up ,finely we just cut the rope and let them have him. Wish we had a video camera with us.
I bet there were 40 to 50 other sharks eating him up in that frenzee .
Thank God no one fell over board

BCW
we were in indian pass florida by port st. joe. heres some pics, http://s269.photobucket.com/albums/j...0shark%20pics/

what i was looking for was a cart that goes into a reciver hitch that can carry a cooler and has around 6 rod holders. and is made out of aluminum. and a place to cut bait.
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Unread 07-18-2008, 02:43 PM   #5
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Know of many ways to mount rod holders right to the cart. Good way is to mount to the rear seat on the outside rails. Can make them mounted to a board or bar from one side of the roof suports to the other, or right to the supports, just make sure low enough to clear low wires and branches.
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Unread 07-18-2008, 02:51 PM   #6
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Think I got you wrong you want a pull cart if I now read correctly, you could custom build one I made one for peir fishing useing an old hose reel cart and a couple tubes from junk vacum. Added a 5 gallon bucket and a padded seat works great fits in trunk of car. Has enough room to add a couple rod holders, net fits in handle.
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Unread 07-18-2008, 03:47 PM   #7
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Hey fishing dude, you have any pics of that pier fishing setup.
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Unread 07-18-2008, 05:04 PM   #8
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Think I got you wrong you want a pull cart if I now read correctly, you could custom build one I made one for peir fishing useing an old hose reel cart and a couple tubes from junk vacum. Added a 5 gallon bucket and a padded seat works great fits in trunk of car. Has enough room to add a couple rod holders, net fits in handle.
were mounting the fish cart in front of the golf cart. were gonna have a reciver hitch in front and back for the boat.
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Unread 07-18-2008, 07:13 PM   #9
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Don't have any pics at the moment can have if get it out.
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Unread 07-18-2008, 07:44 PM   #10
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Pics as requested. Need more info just ask, the long handle is because I'm bigger than the shark. If you go out at night a colman lantern can hang on the handlewhere the pvc pipe is bungied to the handle.
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