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GAMBLER

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About GAMBLER

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  • Birthday 03/26/1979

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Hilton N.Y.
  • Interests
    FISHING
  • Home Port
    Sandy Creek
  • Boat Name
    Escape

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  1. I will agree with you Brian. You have way more expertise than all of us combined on this subject.
  2. Daiwa Saltist 30's. 1000' of wire fits them perfect. Superior drags, 6.1 to 1 gear ratio and the drag is more adjustable than other brands.
  3. I grew up with the canal in my back yard in Spencerport. A lot of the fish stay and find deeper (not much more than 2-3') holes to live in over the winter. We used to walk along looking for carp mudding up the bottom and throw handfuls of corn out on either side of them and fish them. We also used to throw a lot of small cranks for smallmouth, walleye and the occasional northern. If you can find structure, there will be fish. It can as simple as a tree branch in the middle. One year there was a picnic table in the canal and it held fish all winter.
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  5. Not all the browns go up the streams. There are still a lot of browns that are out in the lake.
  6. I would much rather be dropping the hammer with the trusty CVA Accura!
  7. Fun night in the stand with my son. Slow to start but had some activity around 6:00. We heard something sneeze (not blow or snort an all out sneeze). I look over and six doe are milling to our south in the brush. I watched a doe sneeze again shaking her head. They were continuing our way until something caught their attention back to the South. The biggest doe in the group started trotting north right past the window of the blind. 6 doe slid by and then a big rack appeared above the golden rod! Nice buck walks out at 50 yds and followed the doe to the Northwest. No shot because he was too far but a great night for Brayden and I.
  8. I leave it loaded, take the primer out and leave it in my garage. You can pull the breech plug, pour the powder out, and push the bullet out of the end of the barrel. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  9. Blackhorn is the way to go. It does not absorb moisture. I left my muzzle loader loaded from last year and it went off no problem last week when I went to the range. Great stuff. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  10. Quiet here in 8G so far. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  11. It will all come down to which recreational activity will bring more money to the states bank account. Seeing that license sales doubled this year, I think the snowmobile clubs will be taking a back seat. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  12. Just don’t go over 120 grains of black horn in the CVA Accura. 120 or 125 is the max for the powder in that gun. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  13. Yes sir. I got mine cheap online. If you don’t get the correct breech plug, you will get hang fires. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  14. I have the Accura V2 and I shoot 95 grains of Black horn 209, CCI magnum primers, Hornady FTX 45 grain bullets and MMP sabots. I have shot 12 deer in 4 years with this combo and they all dropped immediately except one that went 30 yds. Deadly accurate combo too. 200-250 yds is doable. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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