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  2. Custom Radar Arch - Make a reasonable offer! New, never mounted, custom made, all stainless steel Radar Arch. Professionally made for 33' Trojan 10 Meter Express, but with minor fabrication could fit many other vessels. Cost $4,000 - asking $2,000 or best offer. (315) 524-4313
  3. Sad news. Sorry for you and his family. We all have had good times and bad times fishing with our buddies. It's the memories and spending time together that keeps them in our thoughts forever. I also have an older fishing partner that is getting up their in years now and is slowing down. It breaks my heart that someday its going to come to an end. It really makes me appreciate our time together now. I have made friends with a family in the campground we stay at in the spring. I noticed this year their dad wasn't there this year. They said he had passed and they almost didn't come up this year. They then told me they changed their minds when they said dad didn't start us doing this as a family to stop when he was gone. None of our buddies would ever want us to stop doing what we love when they are gone. So for Bob and all our friends and family that are no longer with us. Let's keep fishing and making memories in their honor. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G890A using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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  6. I must be the only one who is not satisfied with the cutco knife. Biggest disappointment ever. Haven't sent it back but going to. Must be a Monday or Friday knife. Drove by the place in Olean not too long ago. A business in a building that impressive should know what they are doing. I have friends who have cutco kitchen knives and love them. Guess I best get moving and send it in Sent from my Moto E (4) Plus using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  7. Hello fellow anglers! I wanted to announce the release of FISHBUOY Pro v2.0 Fishing App which is free - and does NOT contain ads. We are hoping to get your support and feedback on the app. This is not a social media app! Android users download here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.fishbuoy.fishbuoy&hl=en_CA iOS users download here: https://apps.apple.com/ca/app/fishbuoy-app/id1083908781 This latest release contains a ton of new features that Great Lakes anglers will appreciate. FISHBUOY PRO KEY FEATURES: NAVIONICS BATHYMETRY MAPS: Beyond FISHMAPS, we've integrated the world's most popular lake contouring software - NAVIONICS. Now you can see your fish catches over contour maps or plan locations before you head out onto the water. Simply use your existing NAVIONICS App login credentials and presto, you will start to see contour maps within FISHBUOY Pro. ACCESS REAL-TIME INLAND AND MARINE BUOY WATER CONDITIONS: No matter where you go, understanding water conditions is key to success. Water conditions influence fish feeding times and locations, spawning/post-spawning migrations, ability for fish to see or smell your bait, etc. FISHBUOY Pro gives you access to NOAA, USGS, Environment Canada and Canada's Water Office data. In a single app, you can access all the information you would traditional source through online site or multiple apps. Includes: Marine wave heights, winds, surface temps, bottom temps, lake flow velocities (great if you don't own a FISHHAWK), marine barbs, and more! LURE COLOR/DEPTH ESTIMATOR TOOL Select a color and see how it looks at various depths in the water column. Uses the visual light spectrum to help you find the right lure for a given depth. ACCESS REAL-TIME WEATHER DATA: It is a well-known fact that weather directly influences fish activity. Changes in air pressure, air temperature, wind direction, sunlight hours, moon phases and brightness directly impact how, when and where fish actively feed. FISHBUOY Pro now connects anglers to weather maps that include doppler radar, wind speed and direction, air temperatures and more. FISH CATCH RECORDING/DIGITAL DIARY: FISHBUOY Pro expands your mobile device's camera into a fish data capture tool that helps anglers rapidly save and tag fish catch data, weather, water and marine conditions to each photo - automatically. Fish catches are stored to a personal digital fishing repository that is by default PRIVATE! User may share their fish catches publicly so the entire FISHBUOY Community can benefit - it is your choice to make your catches public. FISHMAPS: Each photo is automatically added to this PRIVATE and interactive mapping feature. Displaying your fish catches on a map helps you to quickly conduct in-depth analyses of your fishing success - using spatial and temporal techniques. FISHGALLERY: Have you ever tried to show a fish photo from your devices photo tool? Like most of us, it probably took you a long time. Not with FISHBUOY. Your entire history of fish catches can be recalled instantly. We've also added a filter by species and time to speed up the process! FISHBUOY GROUPS Create private Fishing Groups and share your fish catches with your close buddies. Each photo posted offers details about water conditions, weather conditions, fish species, bait color, and location. Groups also help anglers organize their catch by Lake Name, Species, etc. FISHBUOY DERBY/TOURNAMENT: Convert your group into an event/tournament and let the games begin. Events allow participants to share their fish photos to a single group and view their ranking throughout the competition. The group creator can add participants via email, hide sensitive data such as where fish are being caught and much more. FISHBUOY COMMUNITY: If you want to help other FISHBUOY Community members, simply select the “Public” posting feature and share your fish catch data. If you prefer to maintain your photos privately, simply leave the default “Private” option on. Alternatively, you can also share your photos (excluding data) to Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, etc. There is so much more to the app! Please send your feedback to [email protected] FISH ON! Martin Draeger Founder, FISHBUOY™ www.fishbuoy.com
  8. You're correct. I grew up in Erie, and launched at Walnut and Lampe for years without paying a dime to do so. Been 25 years since then, so maybe things have changed.
  9. I put bolts with a RTV seal in the rod holder holes. That could have been a definite water leak.
  10. Thanks for the report. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G890A using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  11. The state of Pennsylvania you don’t have to pay at boat launches I am told... Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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  13. I fished solo last Saturday . After a outstanding day of fishing . I ended up with cut finger from leaders from the Seth green rigs a couple scratches from I don't what . I was concerned with the algae bloom. At home showered and I used peroxide on cuts. I never put fingers in gills for it cuts the fish survival rate after releasing. Sent from my XT1609 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  14. Agreed. Small ones are shaken off with pliers off swim platform. I have Boca Grips but you have to be careful you don’t have the jaws open and drop fish from above ( that fish would go in cooler).
  15. Absolutely fantastic nice catch Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  16. Lake como Sent from my SM-G973U using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  17. Set of bogos goes a long way. I'd also like to remind folks when they catch a short to try and not touch the fish but quick release with a pair of pliers;) Sent from my SM-G950U using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  18. Sold Sent from my SM-N920V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  19. Some of you may have seen my post on fishing Cayuga lake during July 4th week. I incurred numerous cuts on my fingers while attempting to get a quick photo of the fish before releasing. Whether teeth cuts or gillrakers or whatever, my fingers went thru hell. Not sure if anyone else on this forum has experienced anything similar but my cuts calloused over but became increasingly painful. Things culminated early Sunday morning at 1:30 am when the pain in my fingers woke me up. I sensed something was wrong. Taking a pair of nail clippers I cut open the healing calluses and found a plethora of pus underneath. Upon draining and scraping each area I felt immediate relief and things are healing normally. I don’t know what was at play. Embedded tooth shards? A pathogen? Flesh-eating bacteria? If I was diabetic I would have been in real trouble. I included a picture today of some of the healing wounds. Last fish touched was July 5th (12 days ago). Hope this helps someone NOT put their hands in a dirty greaser’s mouth. I am going back to kings! Perhaps finger lakes has a different meaning?
  20. There's ten in this lot. I have hundreds more and can make more Sent from my Pixel 3 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  21. At first sight you would think so, but there are a lot of launches and launch services that get paid with this and the towns that have launches spend way more money on the building and maintenance than they get out of it. The truth is that we are a very small special interest group. Places like Olcot or Oswego with very good marine services are the exception rather than the rule.
  22. Check the decal on the top of the body- Cannon uses the same body for all models and that decal might also be a seal. One of my Cannons had this issue and had water damage. I drilled a small drain hole in the bottom of mine.
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