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  • Birthday 04/22/1977

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    Lake Ontario
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    The Great Outdoors
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    Sandy Creek, Hamlin, NY
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    The Legacy

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  1. Ive crawled for browns with flutter spoons and evil eyes (1.4-1.8) and also have speed trolled with NKs and DWs regular size (2.5-3.1). Statistics favor a slower trolling speed for browns (or at least the big ones on my boat). Generally speaking I tend to be a very slow troller in comparison to the other boats out there. Water conditions dictate bait choices and bait choices dictate speed.
  2. Because the Drag Master upgrade is nothing short of amazing for all reels (not just Okuma).
  3. I wouldnt even attempt to use 19 strand as backer. Stick with braid and you can thank me later.
  4. Welcome to the site. Lots and lots of information here.
  5. The differences between them is the obvious white color and additional SS parts (spool and boom). I believe the marketing strategy behind the TS series is to gear more towards the salt water anglers. Besides those things there are no other differences. The standard spool and standard boom work just as good and IMO the SS just adds a different look and better durability. As for a retailer check out https://kmielectronics.com/ or https://www.hodgesmarine.com/ Cannon is also running a rebate right now on purchases made the first half of 2021 https://www.cannondownriggers.com/promotions?utm_source=ascent360&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=cn_210119_Cannon_2021_National_Promotions B&utm_term=MjY3NjY5ODQzMzkxS0&utm_content=6517376&bc_hash=3f6729374855bb3b00398deb96643d76&spMailingID=6517376&spUserID=MjY3NjY5ODQzMzkxS0&spJobID=1180811304&spReportId=MTE4MDgxMTMwNAS2&fbclid=IwAR1HYw-zL1cvsrPJgEvL6G7vnDTIMiiVN-sc7rlCTc3bRqc867EXQQthQIg
  6. The biggest advantage inlines offer is the ability to run multiple lines per side. 3,4,5 boards per side are a possibility and you can be extremely diverse with what you want to run.
  7. I love the Bubba Blade handles. They are easily the most comfortable knives to use. I have 3 of them in various sizes. Problem is the edge doesnt hold up well. The thing for me is that the Cutcos are warrantied for life. My buddy ships a handful of them off mid season for sharpening and then sends them all in during the winter for sharpening. We like sharp knives so we have 15 or so between the two of us that we cycle through. Nothing compares to the factory sharpened edge and they come back from the factory dangerously sharp. Honestly salmon arent the issue, trout are the issue. Trout bones are like cutting through steel some days and put a hurting on knives. As for flex, the Cutco doesnt have a lot of flex, which is fine with me. Probably my only gripe would be the blade length. Having an option for a blade 3-4" longer would be nice for girthier fish (25# or bigger).
  8. They both catch fish! Sent from my moto z4 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  9. Worth every penny. I own a pile of them and send them back to get factory sharpened once they get dull. Never a full knife on the boat. Sent from my moto z4 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  10. No no no. This is the Cutco Salmon knife. https://www.cutco.com/products/product.jsp?item=salmon-knife Sent from my moto z4 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  11. Hands down... Cutco... Forever guaranteed! We have a number of them on the boat and ship them back to be factory sharpened as needed Sent from my moto z4 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  12. Best thing to do is to reach out to the tournaments that require observers. They may have a list they can put you on just in case a team is looking for one. Sent from my moto z4 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  13. Magda offer you a great price point to get in the game. Of course there is better options but if you have a limited budget then they are the way to go!
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