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  1. 14 hours ago, cdq said:

    Looking for anyone who might have some original FLT mag Diehard spoons in the “radiation” blank. It’s been by far the most consistent and top producing spoon for me this year and always has a spot in the line up in past years. Of course my last non beat up one we broke off yesterday on a mid 20s king and the only one I have left has seen some battle. Willing to pay as long as the price isn’t too crazy

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    Contact RT 18 Tackle and see what he can do for you

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  2. We are pleased to announce the annual Sandy Creek Shootout!
    Sandy Creek Shootout Saturday July 23, 2022
    100 % Payout, Big fish payouts, 50/50 raffles
    Date: Saturday, July 23, 2022 (weather day will be July 24, 2022)
    Entry fee: $150
    *Tournament Weigh in location: Hamlin Town Hall 1658 Lake Road N Hamlin, NY 14464*
    Start: 5:00 am start fishing time. Must be in weigh in line no later than 3:00 p.m.
    Structure= Largest 4 fish (salmon/trout) combined weight + points per team
    Tournament rules: www.sandycreekshootout.com
     
    (Print them + Please read them + know them!)
    *Optional 2 Fish Challenge= $50
    *Optional Main event Calcutta= $100
    *Optional Big Fish Friday= $50
    Cutoff date for sign ups is Thursday July 21 @8:00 pm!!!
    Payment must be made in person, in cash, and make sure to include entry forms!
    Feel free to call or text us with any questions.
    Brian 585-727-9279
    Tim 585-208-4748
    Rob 585-703-0969
    Jon 585-269-8266
     
    *Posted is the entry form for this years tournament and for BFF. All your payment options are on this entry. You MUST fill out and sign when delivering your entry fee.
  3. 9 hours ago, Chinook Rookie said:

    Some guys tell me they use a black light to charge their glow flashers, flies, spoons etc. Before they put them down and some tell me its not really necessary.   I'm confused.  What are your thoughts on charging your glow baits and Why?  Thanks in advance for any comments!

     

     

     

    Early morning i charge them up. Any other point in the day it isnt needed. I use a UV flashlight like this one... 

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  4. 20 hours ago, hard knox said:

    Looking for suggestions on insurance for  a charter boat holding oupv 6 pack license. Just received this year's quote went up by 200.00 bucks for just liability insurance at this point its getting out of hand . Any info would be greatly appreciated.

     

    Charter Lakes... I can actually help get you a 10% discount on your policy through Charter Lakes. If your interested shoot me a PM.

  5. 53 minutes ago, IrishGoodByes said:

    Care to elaborate on why you feel they are superior to the glt’s?

     

    Simply just built better. Its a case of get what you pay for in my opinion. I dont consider myself a rod expert but overall the white diamonds have higher quality components and I dont notice it so much in the action but rather the overall feel. The white diamonds have dealt with the abuse on my boat a lot better too as I have only broke one so far (and it was 100% percent my fault). With that being said I have broke 12+ GLTs for a number of stupid reasons over the years. If you are looking for an entry level rod then the GLT rods are a good pick but if you are looking for a premium rod then the White Diamonds are the way to go.

  6. 8 hours ago, reel retirement said:

    I was looking to upgrade my GLT downrigger rods to white diamonds, does anyone have any thoughts or recommendations on this. 

     

    I love these rods! I got a few when they were introduced and since have upgrade all of my rods to these. They are a big step up from the GLT series.

  7. Hey Everyone,

    Just a reminder that our next meeting is scheduled for Tuesday April 5 at 7pm sharp at the Irondequoit Fish & Game Club.

    At April's meeting we will have Chris Legard and Steve Hurst from the NYSDEC as our guest speakers. They will be discussing changes to stocking strategies along with a Q&A session. 

    As always our meetings are open to the public and encourage you all to attend. I would also suggest that you take advantage of our free associate memberships at this time by entering the coupon code "niagaraexpo" at check out. https://lakeontariocharterboatassociation.com/sign-up/

     

    April Agenda
    -club business
    -Guest speaker= Chris Legard and Steve Hurst from the NYSDEC

    Tight Lines!

    Captain Rob Westcott- LOCBA President
    PO Box 1046
    Webster, NY 14580
    www.lakeontariocharterboatassociation.com
    [email protected]
    [email protected]
    585-703-0969

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