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  1. Dave puts a additive in the minnow tanks that make the minnows taste like "chicken".
  2. I think you'll find that you'll be able to anticipate the temp changes at times on the finger lakes when there is a sustained north or south wind. Say if the wind is out of the north for a day or two the warmer surface water will be pushed south and colder water from below will replace the surface void on the north end. Water will be most dense at about 38 degrees. Anything colder or warmer will be less dense and rise absent of any other forces in the water columns. Watch the weather trends a couple days in advance of were you are going to fish if fishing surface water temp is your thing. Using a down Speed & Temp probe will be more helpful for subsurface temp and a faster way to target specific temperatures. Now after that just grab your tackle and go fishing.
  3. Can you post some pictures of what you have. You shouldn't have to unscrew them to adjust the angle of the rod holder. BigJon has a couple styles of rod holders and pictures would be helpful in determining which ones you have.
  4. I second that knot. Won't slip and slides right through the eyes. A dab of super glue at the end of the leadcore sheath will keep it from fraying up. Nice brown!
  5. I would be interested if you have any 8" Opti-Dodgers. Any color
  6. If the engine is pulling to one direction while on plane then probably your trim tab needs to be adjusted to counter the torque of the prop. The sacrificial trim tab zinc can be turned to accomplished that.
  7. I would say yes but..... The lower unit oil is much thicker than warm engine oil do the vacuum would have to be higher and the oil will flow slow but should be doable. You size down the tubing to the size that will fit into the vent hole. Smaller ID tubing slower flow. Pump it up and go do something else for awhile while it sucks out the oil.
  8. These extractors work great and will make that job easy. You'll never hesitate changing fluids once you use it. https://www.amazon.com/OEMTOOLS-24389-Extractor-Overflow-Dipstick/dp/B00LCEWR4A/ref=pd_rhf_ee_p_img_1?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=SNHT7BHZTW14T0C7A8PN
  9. Adults die after spawning. Parasitic stage, 12-18 months then spawn and die http://www.glfc.org/sea-lamprey-lifecycle.php
  10. It all started here.....https://www.lakeontariounited.com/fishing-hunting/topic/85997-deans-cove/
  11. I have a pair of 10 lb TruTrac pancake weights for sale. Used with some boat rash, $50.00 . Pick up in Binghamton (cash) Will ship flat rate $15.00 in the lower 48 (check or money order)
  12. Salmon will have black x shaped spots on their body but not on their fins whereas rainbows will have small black spots on their body as well as on their tail, dorsal and adipose fins. You'll want to know the difference because it may cost you a ticket on Cayuga Lake. Rainbows - 15" Salmon - 18" Pic 1 - salmon pic 2 - rainbow
  13. I can't believe nobody has jumped on these. I already have four or I'd would have scarfed them up.
  14. I wonder if we'll hear from Katy or anyone else for that matter if they get busted.
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