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  1. Both are brand new in the box. local pick up or meet near Cortland NY. These are this year's models. I have way too much ice gear 1. The Frabill Ice Hunter 195 Flip Over fully insulated. $450 The Ice Hunter 195 is designed to get anglers geared up on and ready to fish faster. The efficient flip-over design with convenient front door entry sets up easily, with comfortable seating inside on two included plush boat seats. Details like interior storage pockets and glove-friendly zippers make manuevering in the shelter easier than ever, while a full welded insulation locks in maximum warmth. Land more icy bites faster with Frabill's Ice Hunter 195 ice shelter! 2. Frabill Ice Fortress 261. $300 More room for you, gear and most importantly – fish. Frabill's latest space-saving ice shelter, the Fortress, creates 55% more fishable face than other traditional designs. Generous corner compartments keep gear out of the way and easily accessible inside an ultra-stable frame that locks in warmth. The lightweight design sets up easily to create an aerodynamic shape that fights back at rough winds and reduces noise. Gloved hands will appreciate the enhanced T-style zipper pulls in harsh winter conditions. It's the ultimate ice fishing hideaway to pull in your biggest haul yet.
  2. I'm looking to buy some. Please. private message me what you have and prices. thanks Landshark
  3. Salmon country marinas launch is deep. Launched a 22 glass yesterday
  4. Fished 9am to 1pm ish. There are not a lot of marks. Worked 16-70fow. One 8lb steelie to show
  5. In addition it will slow you and make your position more predicable
  6. There are good people out there and it puts faith back in humanity when we hear these things. It's nice that we all look out for each other.
  7. I am not an engineer but do you think if the keel and a half do sink something could be added for a little floatation on top of the board to prevent this without affecting performance. Maybe a styrofoam block.
  8. Barely used and loaded with 14 lb fireline. 80$ will ship at buyers cost
  9. I was going through some old tackle and found a bunch of them. Some still in the original package. Anyone ever use them. They seem very similar to a j plug
  10. Haha probably 15 are still in the package for a rainy day and today isn't that day
  11. I have about 30 of these but unfortunately I am a walleye fisherman so you know the rest
  12. Do you have a certain rod in mind? You already have the reels for it? I've got some stuff that's all walleye specific
  13. I needed to go through some of my tackle. I just have so much extra that I'll never use. This is a great package for someone. 22 flashers 5 cut bait rigs. Alot is still brand new in the package. 300$ or best offer 0809201019.mp4
  14. Bottom Feeder (Todd) and I launched out of Wright's and worked 120-400 fow. Took 6 shots and boated 3. Two of our kings had deformities. One had a second mouth with teeth and the other had the sockeye humpback. Is there any chance this was a pink salmon? Very slow pick and we didn't mark much in the way of bait. Through all the normal variety at them. Cleaned most of Todd's tackle. It still beats work.
  15. There aren't a lot caught that time of year. You can make a little run and probably get on some fish. If you really have a bucket list for a walleye, Oneida is very easy. If you want info on trying to get an Ontario eye, message me. Oneida is a guarantee but Ontario is a roll of the dice
  16. I don't like inlines with big kings, I've seen them bury them, flip them and I've seen one go under water across an entire spread
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