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BlueEye

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About BlueEye

  • Birthday 05/13/1982

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    The Greatest of the Great Lakes - Ontario!
  • Interests
    Web Design and Fishing
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    Clayton, NY

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  1. Wow Rick! Awesome man!! Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  2. Holy cow!! Fish of a lifetime there. Congrats!
  3. Great event, very well run. Had a blast! Looking forward to next year already [emoji106] Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  4. To all the fathers (tall and short) that always made time to take their kid fishing and get them out of the house, thank you! Happy Fathers Day!
  5. Casting: (1) Rod (2) Lure (3) Reel I think rod ranks highest for me personally as without the correct rod action, my lures alone won't be enough to trigger strikes in most cases; without the right rod power you don't have the backbone to throw bigger baits and without the right length you don't have ability to convert figure-8's (which for many represent 50% or more of their chances). The right rod solves all those problems. Trolling: (1) Lure (2) Reel (3) Rod Lures are the obvious choice here I think. I picked reel next as I need to know exactly how far out I am, have a good drag and be able to have some cranking power so I don't exhaust myself clearing weeds from cranks baits being trolled at 4+ mph every half hour.
  6. Want to post a question to my muskie buddies here on LOU that I was thinking about the other night. Question: If you had to rank the importance of ROD, REEL, LURE, in which order would you rank them from MOST important to LEAST important? I'm going to divide this into two categories as well: CASTING & TROLLING So for CASTING, what is the most important (Rod, Reel or Lures?) to least important? And for TROLLING, what is the most important (Rod, Reel or Lures?) to least important? I'll post my own opinion on Friday, but wanted to give you guys a chance to respond first. I'm interested to hear how different LOU members rank these.
  7. Great event. Had a lot of fun. - congrats to chapt 70 on taking the cup and to Nikki & Mike on real trophy fish!
  8. Teach my daughter how to use a baitcast reel... wish I learned earlier in my life.
  9. Power outage... haha, system restored... until the next power outage at least.
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