Iceman

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About Iceman

  • Birthday 12/01/1951

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    Upstate NY
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    Trolling for Trout, Salmon & Walleye in upstate NY. The best place to fish in the World!

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  1. Big Browns Spring trolling

    What, they had another 10 million gallon sewage release???
  2. Folding deck chairs

    Spoon; Probably will have to buy the next level up. john
  3. Folding deck chairs

    Spoon; I have had one of those chairs for four (4) years, & it still looks like new & functions like new. When I bought it for approx $200, they had one with a stainless steel frame for about $100 more if my memory serves me well. How much were your chairs? John
  4. Grill set ups

    Stone; I have the setup shown & have been enjoying it for the last four years, it works great. You can let the bottle hang, or use a 5, 10 or 20 lb propane tank with a longer hose. Love mine, & it is great to troll past another boat with marinated backstraps smelling great! good luck! John
  5. Best electric down rigger?

    Mike; Do you have to bring in the last two feet after the rigger stops 2' below the surface to hook up your line? John
  6. Braid holding in off-shore OR11 clips

    Hawk; Yes, the board stays on the line & must be removed by hand to finish landing the fish, & yes I have had the board dive on occasion. This can be almost eliminated by keeping your rod tip near the water surface. Good Luck! John
  7. Quinte monster

    NYS record as above with a little more info Walleye 16 lb. 9 oz. 34 Thomas Reed Creek Chub Mystic Lake, Cattaraugus Co. 1/20/09
  8. Quinte monster

    Walleye 16 lb. 9 oz. 34 Thomas Reed Creek Chub Mystic Lake, Cattaraugus Co. 1/20/09
  9. Quinte monster

    Picked this off the web, not sure it is current. Ontario Walleye Record Angler: Patrick Noon Length: 36 inches Weight: 22.25 lbs Girth: 21 inches Waterbody: Niagara River near Fort Erie Date: May 26, 1943 Bait: unknown Source: Ontario Fishing Net
  10. Braid holding in off-shore OR11 clips

    Hawk; Just go around the front pinch pad twice, this will keep the braid on there, also as said above spin the board four or five times on the back pin as well. You need to spin the line on the back pin first, then go around the pinch pad twice. good luck! John
  11. Best electric down rigger?

    kilr: I have owned Bigjon Brutes, & Cannons, I have been running four Traxtech riggers for the last few years, & without a doubt, these are the best riggers I have used. They have a soft start & stop, so there are no weights being catapulted when the rigger stops. I use 16lb torpedo weights, & they are good to approximately 120' down, when I have to go deeper, I use 20lb weights with no problem. Good Luck! John
  12. Todd: I live on Oneida Lake near Shakelton Point (south shore), & the water can get up a little, but it would not be a problem like Ontario. The lake was drawn down a couple of feet through December & seems to be well controlled all year long. Good Luck; John
  13. New Hewescraft OP220 ET/RT

    ADK; Good choice on the boat, hope you get it!. I have been enjoying my Sea Runner 220 since April 2011, bullet proof hull. Two suggestions: look at Traxstech riggers, once you use them you will love them, I have Garmin GHP-10 autopilot that works on either motor (Honda 8 HPHT, & BF225 it works great & is enhanced with my Garmin Chartplotter.. Good Luck John
  14. Bouncy out there

    Bouncy out there Beyond 5 nautical miles Lake Ontario Eastern half: ...GALE WARNING IN EFFECT FROM LATE TONIGHT THROUGH LATE MONDAY NIGHT... .THIS AFTERNOON...Northeast winds 10 to 15 knots becoming north 15 to 20 knots. Rain. Waves 1 to 2 feet building to 2 to 4 feet. .TONIGHT...North winds 15 to 25 knots becoming northwest and increasing to 40 knot gales after midnight. Rain. Waves 3 to 6 feet building to 8 to 11 feet. Waves occasionally around 14 feet. .MONDAY...Northwest gales to 45 knots becoming west to 40 knots. Rain in the morning, then a chance of showers in the afternoon. Waves 11 to 16 feet subsiding to 10 to 14 feet. Waves occasionally around 20 feet.
  15. Questions to ask your fish replica artist

    FM; I agree that Steelhead can look different, but Atlantics, Coho's, & Kings are very similar from either coast from my viewpoint. Have a great day. John