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  2. Effin fantastic. So cool it didn’t tear it up. My son shot a monster gray fox some years ago with the 204 and it got ruined. My guy wouldn’t even mount it. The Yote he shot last night was torn up too. Usually though you can’t even tell it was shot, you’d think they died out of fright lol. Great stuff. Love to see more pics and hear more about the hunt. Male or female? Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  3. .223 with v max 40 gr bullets. Tiny entrance and no exit, cat dropped flat like you turned off a light switch. Didnt even leave a blood spot! Yes, i was after him for a couple weeks now. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  4. What did you shoot it with? Were you hunting bobcat specifically? Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  5. No brainer!! Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  6. I really like the performance of Chamberlain releases, and decided to try a couple inline with my riggers this year. On the port side I have to incorporate my FishHawk probe, and the pic below is what I think I will try. But I am concerned the wire clip on the Chamberlain could be the weak link. Anyone else run a setup like this, and how do you rig it if you do?
  7. We use the wire that a member from LOU sells on this forum.It works just fine for us....2 1000' spools for $60...
  8. Get it mounted and dont look back. Nice! Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-J327A using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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  10. (9) DW super slim spoons (3) DW regular spoons Most are like new. $35 shipped to you Paypal/Cash on P/U Lockport, NY
  11. (24) Michigan Stinger/Stingray spoons; some new out of package, some used, some doubles $110 shipped to you. Paypal/cash on P/U Lockport NY (716) 807-6318
  12. Already checked, $850 for a mount on a limb. Hope my wife agrees! LOL Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  13. Congrats on killing the mountain lion seen in New York.
  14. That’s awesome! You HAVE to get that mounted. Really cool. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  15. As a fishing wizard once said fish the fish, in the kill zone. Its just that simple and complicated. I would add find the green water.
  16. Not a good flight in the area we hunted today, it died off around 930. Sent from my Pixel XL using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  17. Way to go! Nice looking one at that! Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  18. Called in my bobcat for this year. First one i ever killed Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  19. I'm sure the Emperor would approve of your research method and grab credit for himself though
  20. I use trollmaster wired corntrol on my honda 20 kicker on my alumacraft ,Never a problem . I use a trollmaster remote on my 9.9 yamaha kicker on my trophy. The remote will loose memory of where it is sometimes ,so when I want to speed up I have to start at the bottom again. On the trophy I love the remote around my neck,I can fish like everyone else in the boat.i do not have to be at the wheel. Also if your boat is big enough to keep the main motor at idle in gear then the kicker has a easy job. kicker is to just bump up or down.may sound crazy to run both ,but each motor is barely running ,and I dont worry about the main engine not starting when I'm 10-12 miles out.
  21. You'll notice that this thread is over 2 years old. It probably is something that is worth thinking and talking about though especially now that we are in between seasons and the weather isn't cooperating for either ice or boat fishing.` First of all there isn't just one correct answer to fishing the thermocline just as there isn't any one particular temperature that the fish will be found in all the time. Fishing the temps and fishing the marks are both important ingredients for potential success, and add to this fishing the bait. There is nothing magical about the thermocline itself or that it is a usually a 3-8 degree break in temperature. The underlying importance of it lies in the fact that when it forms (primarily during the summer months) the food sources (e.g. zooplankton and phytoplankton) that the baitfish feed on can become trapped within the layering of it and a lot of the stuff clusters there for large expanses within the water column and depending on underwater currents will often snake up and down within the water column and sometimes even drift sideways with current and or wind conditions, and travel along the bottom around major structural features (e.g. points etc.). Generally, the fish species may differ in how they orient to the changes in temperature residing above within or below it. As John mentioned above if you are fishing just above or within the thermocline especially in mid to late summer you often will be missing Chinooks as they may be either looking for food or actually feeding below the thermocline. Much of the time lakers are thought to be the marks down deep or suspended just off bottom and often they are but not always. Chinooks are frequently found down in the ice water (42 or 43 degree temp) and you sure don't think you have a laker on the downrigger running there after they hit So what you are left with is fishing the temps, but adjusting to the marks, and fishing back and forth around bait with setups "covering the bases".
  22. Good comments so far. To keep it transparent...and note clarifications. As of yesterday: Kevin is also considering opening up the border again due to the observer rule being lifted and the fact that recently (2 years ago???) the boundary crossing (back and forth) gray area was clarified in writing. He feels many Canadian anglers were unintentionally shut out when he said no crossing. But may allow it in 2020. There is a similar thread on SpoonPullers. Re: observer elimination: there are many deterrents that are being planned to help deter the possibility of cheating. We would be tipping the hat to state them here but are very aware and have intentions to put in deterrents. We all know, cheating can occur when observers are on boats. Hidden phones below, sleeping observers, observers who have stated they dont care what we do, observers who dont get asked to look at fish prior to releasing, on and on. They still remain the best deterrent but have drawbacks and still do not guarantee "no cheating" occurred. So, in the interest of attracting more teams, observers probably will be dropped in 2020. Last year, the tourney went very well and was efficient. They take a lot of effort in planning, revising web sites, rules and of course organizing a week long event. All intended rule changes are being done/considered with regard to continue to protect the integrity of the event, while looking at ways to increase participation. NOT so certain individuals can gain an edge. Those behind the scenes suggestions and "dark texts" will be ignored. The new proposed format is consistent with the week long format as well as LOC (to some degree). Feedback from teams interested in the event are desired.
  23. I am not sure anyone thought about the additional clean up costs at weigh-in by including Lake Trout.
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