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Bigriver

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  1. If new batteries every two years is part of your maintenance plan, I'd go with the cheapest ones you can find. Properly maintained, any of them should last two years with any issues in that time frame being about the same from low end batteries to top of the line.
  2. Thanks, looking forward to learning more about the walleye and smallmouth fishing.
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