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Finaddict

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  1. Thanks Magill. Need a place to park so looks like I'll need to launch at either South Shore Marina or at the north end (Emerson Park), even though I'll be fishing the middle. I think that's it for launches, right?
  2. Is there a launch on the west shore of Owasco? I'm looking to launch my 16 ft fishing boat. I once remember a launch, perhaps on Ensenore or Casowasco Roads, or somewhere around there. Does this still exist and if so is there parking? Thanks.
  3. Trorun, Nice to see you got the rig out. Sounds like you hammered em. Did you have my fishing consultant (Craig) with you? Lakers have really turned on up at Sheldrake for jigging. Best time is early. Last time out caught 3,two of which were wild. The fight with the wild ones is probably 3X better compared to the stocked one. It's unbelievable. Mike
  4. Getting a variety of comments, which I appreciate. Most seem to think that I should replace the starting battery with the same instead of replacing with a deep cycle. I just thought that perhaps a deep cycle could be run down more than a starting battery between charges, but was concerned that a deep cycle would not have enough "wallop" to kick over my main motor (60 hp Yamaha). I also have a 9.9 hp Merc for trolling, without electric start, not collected to any battery. I plug in my on-board charger before just about each trip out to top off both batteries.
  5. I have a question for the smart guys on LOU. I have 2 batteries on my boat, a deep cycle and a starting battery. My starting battery does not hold a charge well, so needs to be replaced. My question is whether I should replace it with another starting battery, or should I switch to a second deep cycle battery. My starting battery powers everything on my boat (lights, 2 downriggers, dash, fish finder, and outboard starter), while my deep cycle only powers my electric trolling motor. Looking for your thoughts. Thanks.
  6. Mark, you ask some good questions. I may not have the main line tied to the swing arm. That may be it. I will have to check this weekend at the lake. Thanks for the advise.
  7. Looking for any help/suggestions to this problem. When I'm running dipseys (either the regular size or the Mag size) it gets twisted up. The main line going to the dipsey twists around the leader (6 ft. long) going to the spoon, effectively disabling the dipsey. I have swivels going to the dipsey and on the leader going to the lure. I've tried letting line out SLOWLY and still get the problem. Has anyone had this issue? What am I doing wrong?
  8. Caught some nice smallmouths (3-4 lbs) trolling with stickbaits last August. Troll in from deep water into the southwest tip of Cherry Island as you veer north. I think my lures were running at about 15-20 ft.
  9. Kidders Kabins are about 1.5 miles south of Sheldrake Point: http://www.vacationrentals.com/vacation ... 55629.html
  10. Are spiny fleas a problem at this time of year using braided or lighter mono lines? Heading up this weekend to Oswego area.
  11. Would like to make a trip up to Lake Ontario in the next couple of weeks. Thinking of launching at Port Bay. Looks like there's a launch right next to the chute. Is that a good place to go out of, looking for Kings? Which direction should I head from there once out in the lake?
  12. Anyone know if the Lansing launch is ice-free and launchable? Thinking of launching there tomorrow morning.
  13. Staying at Guffin Bay (Chaumont) next week. Where from there would be the nearest area to get into some good king salmon fishing? Do we need to go to Mexico Bay/Salmon River area or is there someplace closer to Guffin? Thanks for your tips.
  14. Thanks for your comments, Nitro. So where did you wind up finding a place elsewhere?
  15. Thinking of some day buying a place on Oneida Lake and wondered about the water quality. Is the lake clean enough to swim in (my wife is a big swimmer), and fish clean enough to eat? Also what about algae blooms/smell? I heard that they are not as bad as years ago. Are we only talking about one bloom in late summer, or more than that. How long does the bloom typically last? Any info you regulars can provide is appreciated.
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