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Boatino

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  1. For sale, 300 ft. of 30# test wire, 2 Yellow Birds and a small fighting belt for the kids. $25.00 or best offer. Please text 585-469-1923. Thanks, John
  2. For sale some older brown trout spoons and Howie, Northern King flies. $25.00 or best offer. Text me at 585-469-1923. Thanks, John
  3. I am selling 2 lightly used 5 year old Big Jon Brute downriggers. One rigger has 250 ft. of Depth Raider Coated cable and the other has 300 ft. of stainless cable. The rigger with the coated cable just was serviced in Sept. 2015 and the other rigger had service in Aug. 2014. These are the high speed models, 200 ft./min for a 15 lb. cannonball. Loaded with handy features, the Brute has as standard equipment: a swivel mounting base, dual Multi-Set rod holders with a ball cradle and a locking, tip-up sectional boom. The high-strength swivel mounting base is machined from billet aluminum. It rotates 360 degrees and locks in eight positions, so you can fish from almost any angle. The Multi-Set rod holders are so easy to use that you can adjust them to any of it's nine positions with just one hand. The locking, tip-up boom makes setting lines safe and easy. It is a three piece sectional boom that can be used as a 2, 3 or 4 foot boom to best meet your needs. These riggers have been used sparingly since mounting them on my boat 5 years ago. They both operated perfectly when I removed them from the boat in September. I am asking $475.00 each or best offer. Please call or text John at 585-469-1923. Thanks for looking, John
  4. Chris, I'll take the Frabill net if it is still available. Thanks, John
  5. Anyone have any info on these reels? How to they compare with Daiwa Sealines, Tekotas or Saltist? Tekota's and Saltists are about 1 1/2 times the cost. Just looking to replace some old short-core reels. Thanks, John
  6. Iceman, On this model you have to hold the toggle for both up and down. No auto-stop feature. I believe Big Jon has an add on feature for this now. John
  7. Boatino

    Is a sea trial necessary for a boat sale?

    Chris, With the 2 boats I purchased I requested and was granted a sea trial and survey. In both cases the broker asked for a $1000.00 deposit. The deal was then contingent on the sea trial and survey. If something went awry I was given back my money. In both cases I ended up buying the boat because everything was good. I can definitely see where it would be a PITA to go through all of the hassle and then either get blown off or take people out for a joy ride. You have to be the one to guage the buyers "Actual Interest", in the boat or if they are just kicking tires. There are a lot of tire kickers or dreamers out there. Best of luck with the sale. I'll miss your videos the most... John
  8. I thought that was Kenny's old boat. He caught a lot of fish on that boat over the years. Good luck with it. John
  9. Who is the maker on that boat? How Long? What year? Looks like a nice ride. John
  10. Great tournament guys. Thanks for all you do for keeping it running smoothly. For next year my only suggestion would be to change the format to 9 steelhead and 1 king per day. No specific reason. (Team Hideout) Boatino
  11. Hey guys, looking for someone to observe for Saturday and Sunday this weekend for team Hideout. We'll pay $75.00/day. PM or text me at 585-469-1923. Thanks, John
  12. All set found someone Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  13. Hey Guys, Looking for someone to observe for Team Hideout for both Saturday and Sunday this weekend. We pay $75.00/day. Please contact John at 585-469-1923. Thanks.
  14. Boatino

    Lakers?

    I just want to know so I don't fish there. :lol: John
  15. 300 ft. of 30 lb. test 7 strand stainless wire, new in box. Bright silver color. Call or text John at 585-469-1923. Thanks.
  16. Yellow Birds, $15.00. Great for spring light line trolling. Call or Text John at 585-469-1923. Thanks.
  17. Lot of 12 spoons and 4 flies for $30.00 of Best offer. Call or text John at 585-469-1923. Thanks.
  18. Rapalas, rebels and others. Good for spring browns. $35.00 or best offer. Call or text John at 585-469-1923. Thanks.
  19. Lot#1 10 Evil Eyes, 5 @ 2 1/4", 3 @ 3", 2 @ 3 3/4" (Chartruse) $30.00 of best offer. Lot#2 10 Evil Eyes, 5 @ 3", 5 @ 3 3/4" (Orange) $30.00 or best offer. Lot#3 10 Evil Eyes, All 3" longs, 4 glow, (Glows) $30.00 or best offer. Please call or text John at 585-469-1923. Thanks.
  20. Does anyone know if the dredging of Braddock's has started? Are they really putting in a breakwall? John
  21. Boatino

    Dredging Braddock's Bay?

    Maybe. 😀
  22. Boatino

    Dredging Braddock's Bay?

    Thanks for the article JD. Now they just need to restore the State Marina to the way it was in the late 80's! John
  23. Boatino

    Diawa Seagate Reels?

    Anyone seen these in person yet? The SGTLW60H reels seems to have the capacity of a Tekota 800 but with a 6:1 gear ratio and upgraded drags. $150 on FishUSA. Might be changing over a few copper reels to them. Any input is appreciated. Thanks, John
  24. Boatino

    New boat decision

    Hans has some great information there. As a 2 time Grady owner. I would go with the Grady. If you every go to sell the Seafox or Seaborn you will probably take a big hit in the re-sale. I brought my Grady White Marlin in from Boston 5 years ago. I did replace the impellers right off the bat but other that some bad gas that wreaked havok with the fuel filters and pumps on the engines the boat has been great. Wish it had 4 strokes but that's another story.... Good luck with what you decide but just some food for thought. John
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