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PostPosted: Mon Mar 31, 2008 7:03 am 
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My handle for the last 20 years has always been Redbone3031 with the two duel 110 inch whips on the truck and a texas star 450 amp and a galaxy radio. At the house we have a PDL2 on a 75 ft tower with a rotator box connected to a heath kit 2 kw amp going into a a cobra 2000 with the freq counter.

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I used to have a 6 element JoGunn up on 50ft of tower with a Browning s-9/R2700 radio into a JB-12 into a 10 tube Phanton,also had a cobra 2000,Browning MarkIII,Mark 4a,Galaxy 2527,Saturn,Washington, and alot more cb junk that i forget now.Used to be fun back 7 or8 yrs ago when there was alot of people on there and alot of skip rolling.


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 31, 2008 12:40 pm 
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Yep! I just had to replace the old Connex this yeat it finally gave it up. Tryin one of those Stryker SP440-HP. Man that thing will talk. Coupled to the old Road King can't beat it for a flat footed radio!


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ya, our family always has them
in our trucks for deer huntin
with the dogs.
its really handy,
plus its fun.
gotta keep in touch somehow!


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will have one in my truck as soon as i can find one with a leaneir that i like, my grandpa is a truck driver so i get to hear all of his stories and i will be able to talk to him while he is on the road

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 01, 2008 11:56 am 
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i have one i hook it up every bear seaosn and i also have one that i talk to the coal truckers during bear seaosn i carry a walkie let the bear hunters drivein there coal trucks listen to the tree they love me HAHAH


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was just wondering what kind/brand of radios everyone has in there huntin trucks cause i have seen a lot of pictures of peoples trucks with whips on them. i have a cobra CB and a Yaesu marine band in mine.

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 02, 2009 6:24 pm 
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why do you need a cb? is it just in general or for coon huntin?


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 06, 2009 10:24 am 
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We use VHF band marine radios for all sorts of hunting activities. A lot of times its to catch one another on their way home from work. Or when we see a coyote, fox or coon crossing the road.


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codybauer@marshfieldwi wrote:
We use VHF band marine radios for all sorts of hunting activities. A lot of times its to catch one another on their way home from work. Or when we see a coyote, fox or coon crossing the road.


samething me and my buddies do. we used to use cbs then went to marine bands. only reason i still have my cb in my truck is cause i work road construction and talk to the dump truck drivers on it :D


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yea 10-4 on havin a cb. Down here in Virgnina thats all we use is cb's. Shoot most of the girls i know have cbs in there trucks too. if yall are ever down in Central Va round buckingham area turn to channel 40 B ( only if yall have side band radios ) and youll hear a guy preachin.. actually its more that a white power ralley. But yea everyone down here uses cbs. Theres so many different kinds to get but i got a cobra 29 tweaked and peaked. Galaxy,Connex, Stonewall, and General Lee and Cobra are bout the only ones you need to spend money on the rest aint worth it. Well If you wanna talk bout cbs give me a holler 10-4 keep it between the ditches, and catch ya on the flip flop..

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We use marine radios ther compact, last a looooong time n u can tlk like fer 10 miles in even the most mountainist terrain n plus people use them round here fer bear hunten so alot of guys we knows gottem. Plus they make stationary 1s fer trucks thats what im geten fer my truc when i get it fixed up.


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got one in each of my trucks and one in the house


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i got one in my truck i use to talk to my buddys if any one is ever out in ct and has one got to channel 23 and give a holler to copenhagen

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Me and my buddys still use a cb. it is more reliable than a cell phone. And where we hunt everybody uses one so when we lose a dog any body can turn to our chanel to contact us (ch on collar). its a good thing, i dont see how any body hunts with out one.

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