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Rich D

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    SEADUCKTION

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  1. Reels are sold. Thank you!! Capt Rich Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  2. Sold Pending Payment. Thank you Capt Rich Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  3. They were updated about 5 years ago. These have seen very little use, since they were backup rigs. Capt Rich Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  4. I am selling a matched set of 4 salmon sticks. These are 7’ Long, and are in good condition. I am having a new set of customs made, that’s the reason for selling these. $400 for the set of 4, can meet in Central NY, or buyer pays shipping. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  5. I am selling a pair of Daiwa SG27LC’s, these were used for short cores. I have upgraded to saltists, that is the reason I am selling. Good working condition, $80 for the pair, can meet in central NY, or buyer pays shipping. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  6. That compartment drains into the bilge, I would personally not make it a fish box. We owned a 240 fisherman and I just used a cooler, or you can make the 2 compartments on the transom Into one long fish box, but that will take some glass work. You can also put a cooler on a platform off the back if you don’t like it inside. That floor hold is just what you said, glasses over plywood, and it is not glasses that well, IMHO. They are a great boat, but you will have to keep up on the maintenance, watch the transom, and the stringers by the motor mounts. Good luck. Capt Rich. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  7. I run Saitists on all of my rods except big coopers. The drags are the best, the retrieve is fast!!!! Capt Rich Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  8. Joe, Call me tonight. Rich Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  9. Daiwa Seagate will hold plenty of 40lb backing and a 500 copper!! Great reel that won’t break the bank. They have been on my boat since they came out!!! Capt Rich Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  10. https://bobsmachine.com/product/kicker-jac/ This is the unit I bought. He has a stationary mount on his tiara. I like the kicker jack because I have raise and lower the motor in the water for rough days, no cavitation. I can also change the oil on the water without any issues. I split my platform down the middle, so I have a platform on either side of the motor. Works great for doing maintenance and cleaning. Capt Rich Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  11. I run a Yamaha T25 high thrust on Aquasport 290 express. I have it on a Kicker Jack, mounted to the transom. I have the factory controls to start and put it in gear, then I run a Controllking for my throttle control. My buddy has a 31 tiara he put the same engine and throttle control on. Both boats have no problems at all with that motor. Capt Rich Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  12. Ttt will be in Sodus all weekend starting tomorrow. Shoot me a PM Capt Rich Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
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  14. I have 7 shark flashers up for sale $75 if you pick up, or buyer pays shipping. I will have them with me all weekend in Sodus Point. Shoot me a pm if you would like them!! Some of these have not seen the water!!!! All in excellent condition!!! Capt Rich. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  15. As of right now temps are deep, but that change with the winds. So it would be copper lines, wire dipseys, since the fleas are just starting, and will only get worse. If you have a full core, you might be able to find a fish or two up higher in the water column, again this may change if the winds blow out of the south or NE. You can probably find browns in shallower, guessing 40-80’, again depending on down temps in the bay. Coolers in 300-600’ is where you will need to be, so I am not sure what lengths you have, or are going to look at buying. A 400-500’ copper can always be run down the chute and you can run it at whatever length you want. Good luck, keep watching the reports from the bay to see where the temps are. If you have a speed and temp unit, then you will be all set!! Capt Rich. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
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