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Rich D

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  1. 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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  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. Yes, wire with a dipsey, which you should use a twilli tip for, if you are not using a roller rod, are for deeper presentations. Leadcore will achieve a depth of approx 5’ per color, or 30’ length. Copper will achieve a depth of approx 22’ per 100’ of copper for standard 32lb copper, and the 45lb will go deeper. So depending on how deep you are looking to fish, will tell you which presentation you should be looking at. A little more info on where you will be fishing and when you are looking to fish will be very helpful on getting better info. Capt Rich. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  6. Leadcore and cooper do not need a wheel at the tip top. Wire rods can be run with roller tip. Copper and leadcore are not used for dipseys, steel wire, braid and mono are used for divers. Capt Rich Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  7. The Seagates are a better reel in that price range and give you a better drag, and high retrieve rate. I ran the Sealine, and the seagate is a much better reel. They have the same drag system as the Saltist. I run Saltist and the Seagates for all of my full cores, and all of my coppers. Capt Rich. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  8. Go with the Daiwa Seagate 60, I have them spoiled from 350-500’. Same drag as the saltist and the high speed retrieve. My customers love them!!!! They won’t break the bank either!! Capt Rich. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  9. That is exactly how I have been running mine for 10 years. Never had a problem!!! Send it!! Capt Rich Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  10. Pretty much every fish we got Saturday was thick and healthy. We had one with a big lamprey on it, which went back in multiple pieces. But that was the only one that I recall that had a mark on it. We did a few skippys also, which I was glad to see. This is my second trip out in a couple weeks, and these were the first little guys i had seen. We have got a good number of fish that did not run the tribs this season!!! They were munching on gobies, had a few that were spitting them up when they came aboard!! Capt Rich Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  11. I can concur it was great to be on the lake last weekend!!! We had over 30 to the net, with the biggest being this 18lb hen. They were all released to fight another day!!! Capt Rich. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  12. Just stating facts Gill, sorry you thought you needed to clarify. But i guess if you know how to use them, then they wouldn’t dig into your wrist. Most of clients actually use it to their advantage. Oh well to each their own, if you don’t like them I will take them off your hands. Capt Rich. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  13. Clunky??? Pretty funny that you buy a 180-200$ reel and have to send them away to get redragged!!! My Saltists are still going strong and have had them since they came out. I went to 40’s on my salmon rigger rods and also my wire rods, love them!!!! Line pick up is fast, and the power handles are awesome!!! Run my 30’s for braid, longer cores and I will be setting up a couple lite wires this year!!! You can’t go wrong!!! Capt Rich!!! Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  14. I have all of my long coppers on Seagate 60’s, 350-500’. I went to 30lb suffix braid backing on 450-500’. No problems at all, best way I found was to have a second reel, put your copper on, then the backing until spool is full. Then reel it on to the other reel, count your passes for backing and copper, and wrote it down. The drag system and retrieve is unbeatable, especially for the price!!! Capt Rich Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  15. Yes, I have one set up for GPS and Radar. I love it!! A buddy got 2, 1 for gps and 1 for Fish Finder, they work great!!! It is the only brand I will run for radar,GPS, and Fish Finder!!! Customer service is nothing short of awesome!!!! Capt Rich Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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