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  1. Hey Everyone, Our next meeting is scheduled for Tuesday May 7 at 7pm sharp at the Irondequoit Fish & Game Club and will feature Guest speakers Steve Hurst, Chris Legard, and others from the NYSDEC. This meeting will provide an update on the Lake Ontario fishery and will also be a chance for you to ask some questions. LOCBA is looking forward to continuing this annual meeting with the NYSDEC. As always our meetings are open to the public and encourage you all to attend. Sign up to be a LOCBA member today!!! Our professional memberships are $25 per year and our associate memberships are now free! Check it out @ https://lakeontariocharterboatassociation.com/sign-up Tight Lines! Captain Rob Westcott- LOCBA President PO Box 1046 Webster, NY 14580 www.lakeontariocharterboatassociation.com [email protected] [email protected] 585-703-0969
  2. call me. I would like the details of what happened. 5857030969 Rob
  3. 1- Humminbird Helix 10 M SI GPS- G4N (retail price $2100) used 1 season old Comes with parts as seen unit (Unit has a scratch on the face see pic below) cover brand new power cord brand new plug mount brand new mounting hardware used stock transducer $1000 total
  4. King head style is bigger, making it easier to stuff the meat into it. King style head run true out of the package and require far less tuning them Rhys Davis Heads.
  5. 3 rod spread for shoreline browns? Id probably run all flatlines. I ight start the day with a diver and 2 flatlines to see what the fish tell me. However early in the year flatlines are superior.
  6. Nope mainline right to the diver. Personally I run 12' leaders from diver to the bait.
  7. Salmon fishing leaders... Downrigger spoon rods= 12' of 20# fluoro leadcores= 36' of 20# fluoro coppers 200' or less= 36' of 20# fluoro coppers 250' or more= 36' of 30# fluoro (for flashers) and 36' of 20# fluoro for spoons divers= 12' of 20# fluoro= spoons and 12' of 30-40# fluoro for flashers
  8. they look strong enough however they lack the ability to stay at 90 degrees to the boat and that would scare me away.
  9. too many variables that effect the amount of pull including speed, current, size of divers, etc. What are you using for rod holders? Maybe we can answer your the question on if the rod holders are good enough.
  10. Olcott, Oak Orchard, Bald Eagle, Sandy Creek are all amazing choices. Niagara, Orleans, and western Monroe County are the place to be in July.
  11. Could be. What it means is we should have a larger amount of good water vs the typical year where its extremely tight to shore. You should be able to fish a bit deeper and find plenty of hungry fish. Im expecting to see lots of Kings around out of my home port in that time frame.
  12. Plenty of browns around then... however with the weather trend things will probably be more like early May fishing
  13. This was held in Pulaski, NY. No info yet on a 2025 event however details will probably be announced in fall of this year. Keep an eye out for the 2025 Great Lakes Trolling School. Follow me on Facebook for the announcement.
  14. Thanks for the kind words and appreciate you guys coming!
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    New York Great Lakes Charter Captains Conference | March 30, 2024 | Oswego, NY Are you a charter fishing captain working in New York's Great Lakes or tributaries? Join New York Sea Grant (NYSG) and partners in Oswego, NY on March 30, 2024, from 9am-3pm at the Lake Ontario Conference Event and Conference Center (26 E 1st St, Oswego, NY 13126) for a day of networking with fellow captains, & talks and discussions about Great Lakes charter fishing. Speakers will range from the US Coast Guard to fisheries scientists. FREE Food and refreshments will be provided throughout the day, including lunch. Please complete the registration form to reserve your spot (https://bit.ly/NYchartercaptainsconference), as space is limited. For questions or assistance registering, contact Stacy Furgal at [email protected], or by phone at (315) 234-1329. Thanks!
  16. Im Blood Run all the way. Great product. Great service. Literally one stop shopping for all your trolling needs. Whether its lead, wire, copper, fluoro, mono, steel https://bloodrunfishing.com/ Leadcore is a stealthy presentation to begin with. I run a 36' leader with my leadcore. I replace it once it gets down to about 20'ish
  17. Tough to beat Blood Run. Literally one stop shopping for all your line needs. Whether its wire, copper, fluoro, mono, steel https://bloodrunfishing.com/
  18. Stick baits because they are speed tolerant 75-100 ft leads Iron bay and east 6-12 fow parallel trolls to the shoreline
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