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  2. its still a solid fishery for sure. i never seem to get tigers, but pike are not an issue. usually able to get at least one over 30" per day targeting them. Read a DEC electrofishing report that came out in 2016 i believe that said there were "multiple 30# northerns caught in conesus." since i read that I've upsized my tackle and sometimes throw musky baits. Nothing over 15lbs yet for me though. Sent from my SM-G955U using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  3. Brand new unused Fishhawk TD.. Asking $100 US.. Checked with USPS and shipping to Canada would be approximately $15
  4. Got into them again this morning. They’re hanging on the outside edge of the weed beds. I move along the edge until I visually spot them and drop anchor and fish. If bite stops I move on till I spot another bunch. Fly rod makes it fun. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  5. Weekend weather looks decent, a bit of a cool down. I supposed I'll try and fill the second tag, I have one nice gobbler hanging around by the house I have a good chance at, just need to figure him out. He's been one step ahead of me every encounter.
  6. Sounds good Nick, maybe see if there’s any interest in doing it the weekend prior vs the day prior. Might get the guys that are somewhat superstitious of catching a derby winner the day before. Just an idea. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  7. $16 Shipped For the 2 50 lb fluro 72” leader bead chain large head adjustable Twinkies leader can be shortened glow Rhys Davis heads send pm paypal is [email protected]
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  9. Next year well have our big one! Nick Sent from my SM-G960U using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  10. “Wife wants them”.......funny, sounds like deer attractant me.
  11. I've never used those weights, but make sure the fins are straight. Next thing I would suggest is lowering the riggers a bit slower and see if that helps. You never did specify what's getting tangled, your lines or riggers cables.
  12. Yeah man! Back on the water. I bought an old Carver 28 footer last summer. Not exactly a hard-core fishing boat but I can live on it for a few days. No Clue was just sold again for the fourth time since I sold her in 2011. Seneca certainly isn't the lake I left back then. Fished 18 hours in the Derby and managed one fish. Sad! I hope you're well. Let's see a good report!
  13. Heading out of the Genny tonight about 3 wondering if anybody had any updates out there. Thx Sent from my LM-G710VM using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  14. Over the winter I switched from 3 random downrigger weights to the photo below. I also switched from Cannon to Black releases. I can't seem to drop these without being tangled in the spread. I currently have 3 Scotties, 10.5 beam and this has never been a issue before. Before I go and spend a bunch of money on new weights any have a tricks or tips to get these to spread different?
  15. Not many out there, I don't have any white 6" material but Ryan at ito has a few http://itoflies.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/Nuclear-Whiteboy.jpg Sent from my SM-G930V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  16. That Ugly stick sounds like it might be a little light for the wire/dipsey. Medium heavy to heavy would be better. Can't go wrong with Mason 7 strand on FISHUSA. I don't see Blood Run wire offered that I've used before.
  17. Can you text me- 3157666299 Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  18. It is definitely warm. I am still going until the bitter end. I had a hen come in and hammer on my decoy for 20 minutes this morning. I wish I had a video.
  19. I think that a balance is the only solution for comeback on Seneca. Reduce pollution, including salinity. Reduce the number of lamprey. Establish a balance that is self sustainable. The one big difference between Cayuga and Seneca is the sturgeon. I believe that the sturgeon eat the lamprey. Maybe I'm wrong but the guys on the west coast love to use them as bait. The key being letting nature balance itself. It's a cyclical lake, it's getting better time will tell.. Sent from my SM-N975U using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  20. you could try adding a snubber to help absorb some of the impact while dropping the ball. Losing autostop means that the rigger will reel the ball all the way to the boom and keep reeling until you manually stop it. You're also gonna have to deal with fleas come summertime and they love to stick to braided line. Personally I wouldn't switch my riggers to braid because of the reasons mentioned above, but I have never had the issues you're describing. Goodluck
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