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Iceman

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About Iceman

  • Birthday 12/01/1951

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    Bridgeport, 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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    Oswego

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  1. After reading all this, I sure am glad that I have four Traxtech riggers on my boat! Turn the unit on, drop the weight in & set zero at the surface, key in the depth you want to go to & hit auto down, (unit has slow down start & stop), if you want to go up key in the depth you want & hit auto up, done fishing hit auto up & the weight comes up quickly with slow down for the last 5 feet. Four flawless years on them now. good luck to all john
  2. Rol, So, how long are you gonna keep the secret? good luck john
  3. ds There are a number of riggers that can easily handle 20LB rigger weights, I have owned two brands that do, Bigjon, & my current riggers Traxtech, so, I don't understand your comment on Cannon? John
  4. Captain Mike; pretty expensive for 40 feet of pipe with a few cross pieces welded in, where are the rod holders & radar dome mount base? How about $500?? John
  5. 77 Agree w/minion have been using the palomar for the last ten years with zero problems! Good luck! John
  6. WT; I have 18' of Traxstech tracks on my boat, & I like them the best. Good luck John
  7. 64; This is very common, & it has been happening for the last 30 years I have been Spring King fishing. Is this your first Spring experience? Rd, What caused you to loose half of your salmon? John
  8. X2, that side of the isle is a 5 alarm dumpster fire for sure!
  9. Jj; I put the probe on my second deepest rigger, to keep track of the thermocline, I don't believe it is necessary to run a dedicated rigger just for the probe. Combine your probe reading (temp & speed) with the marks on the graph. Sometimes the fish are way out of temperature, so you will be fishing above the thermocline. The Hawk gives you a place to set the lines when there are no marks on the graph. Tight lines John
  10. B O E; If I could only pack two things it would be NK’s and Pro Trolls with Atomic Live Flys!. Good Luck; John
  11. A C; Agree w/Leg on the placement of the weight (basically one rod length from the lure) , however I use rubber core sinkers because they don't nick/pinch the line. good luck! John
  12. YT; Very nice looking fish w/ happy fishermen. Waiting for you to post the first KING landed of this new season, good luck! John
  13. HU7; These guys got a couple dozen hot spoons for me during Spring derby fishing several years ago (two day turnaround). They really helped us out. I still use them when fishing the West end of the lake! Good luck! John
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