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  2. Probably could get your boat idling down better too! He does boats 7 days a week and he has saved my ass many times and I've never lost a day of fishing. I had to be towed in 1 morning after fishing all night and having a bad gas situation with Johnny walleye and lyke2fish...he had me back on the water by the time I woke up around noon. 4000 hours on my Mercury...
  3. Headed to Oak Orchard Thursday through Monday. Looking for a flee report? And maybe a starting point?? Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  4. Shane here at the campground marina has a tig machine here and does aluminum.
  5. I'll bet I'm not the only one who figured you would dial it in...nice work!
  6. Awesome job!!!! Seeing a young walleye angler isnt as common as it should be! Take every opportunity to soak it in they grow up fast! I got my son hooked on bass when he was little, and he travels fishing tournaments all summer. I'm guiding all season now so we don't get out like we used to, but it's special when we do! I still remember every trip I took him on and most every fish he caught. Cant remember hardly a thing about the fish I caught with him. Guess that's why I'd rather guide than fish for the most part. Fingers crossed...he is starting to talk about guiding with me and adding another boat to the operation...
  7. Great job. How were the flees? Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  8. I buy 3/4 ID clear tubing from lowes and cut it into 4.5" tubes. I slit both ends and wrap the leader end to end of the tube so it stays nice and neat. I also write the fly color on the outside of the tube.
  9. Nice job especially when out alone Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  10. Where to begin ? I will try to keep it short . Went 8 for 11 one laker the rest kings. All on Spindoctors flys/ meat.Riggers at 80 and 90 with meat .Wire out 225and 240 with flys.East of the bay in 100 to 230 was the best with one Double can’t believe I landed them. Here’s pictures of the better fish but all the king were At least teens
  11. JBK, suggest that it might help your search if your description was a bit more detailed. Your initial description of connecting to the windshield with a plastic window in front is normally referred to as a “stand up top”. A Bimini is normally open at the front and rear without connecting to the windshield or offering an enclosure. Why this is important is that the structure supporting the canvas is different for a Bimini vs a top. A Bimini is more universal by design and tops are more boat specific which can be more costly.
  12. All of us Sandy guys work together to tow each other. I would never leave someone stranded. I have came from home to go out and get someone in the past. I have seen the BYC towing guys in before also. Not sure what their policy is.
  13. Jig, this is what I use on my GARMIN. It’s paired with a Medium CHIRP 80-135kHz transducer. For trolling I set it to straight 80kHz and it does a fantastic job. Took me a while to understand all of the features of this transducer but got it figured out. As Yankee states, CHIRP is good for the nice images but traditional frequencies work much better for trolling! Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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  15. We did not let anything on fire out there we only had about two hours to fish there was three Footers out there and I just don't do it. We set up lines at 9:30 in stock around 12 landed one nice steelhead which I will attach a video link to my YouTube channel I got it on video underwater and on the GoPro can't wait to run home and put it together. Fish from 150 320 mark one pod of rainbows that's where we caught it after we went back through Sent from my SM-G930V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  16. Depends on what depths you're trying to target. I'll use #1 most of the time, but if I'm trying to get down to 90' or deeper I switch to mags. If I run 4 dipseys I will run mags on the deepest 2 and #1 on the 2 higher ones. You will mark bigger schools most often in the fall when they start staging, spring and summer it's small pods or single fish usually.
  17. Excellent stuff, great when the kids are into it, continued success to you fellas😎.
  18. What size dipsy's do you run? #1 or mags? Do mark big schools or just small pods of fish typically? Thank you and FF34 for this info. Very much appreciated. Eric
  19. Make a left and head out into the lake, all the water you want and nobody around most days.
  20. FF34 has a good point. I would say a dipsey on a 3 setting would also be outside the cone. Remember that fish can see what’s above them far better than what’s below them. For that reason, I like to put the bait about 3’ above the marks, if I can get that accurate. I also think scent makes a huge difference
  21. I have the membership through Boat US but would and always have been willing to tow someone in. Have been towed in twice this year, fingers crossed hoping the issue has been solved but it stinks to go dead in the water.
  22. BoatUS offers this service - their tow insurance is less than $200/year. http://boatus.com/
  23. I fish Erie mostly and when the marks are not there I am not catching fish so I really trust my electronics and fish the marks.
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