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  1. Lake Ontario Charter Boat Association- General Meeting This month’s Lake Ontario Charter Boat Association meeting is scheduled for 7:00 pm at the Irondequoit Fish and Game Club. Meeting Location: Irondequoit Fish and Game Club 658 Bay Front S Rochester, NY 14609 Lake Ontario Charter Boat Association general meetings take place on the first Tuesday of every month starting promptly at 7:00 pm at the Irondequoit Fish and Game Club (unless posted otherwise). Our general meetings are open to the public and we encourage you to attend. LOCBA’s member
  2. Lake Ontario Charter Boat Association- General Meeting This month’s Lake Ontario Charter Boat Association meeting is scheduled for 7:00 pm at the Irondequoit Fish and Game Club. Meeting Location: Irondequoit Fish and Game Club 658 Bay Front S Rochester, NY 14609 Lake Ontario Charter Boat Association general meetings take place on the first Tuesday of every month starting promptly at 7:00 pm at the Irondequoit Fish and Game Club (unless posted otherwise). Our general meetings are open to the public and we encourage you to attend. LOCBA’s member
  3. Lake Ontario Charter Boat Association- General Meeting This month’s Lake Ontario Charter Boat Association meeting is scheduled for 7:00 pm at the Irondequoit Fish and Game Club. Meeting Location: Irondequoit Fish and Game Club 658 Bay Front S Rochester, NY 14609 Lake Ontario Charter Boat Association general meetings take place on the first Tuesday of every month starting promptly at 7:00 pm at the Irondequoit Fish and Game Club (unless posted otherwise). Our general meetings are open to the public and we encourage you to attend. LOCBA’s member
  4. Lake Ontario Charter Boat Association- General Meeting This month’s Lake Ontario Charter Boat Association meeting is scheduled for 7:00 pm at the Irondequoit Fish and Game Club. Meeting Location: Irondequoit Fish and Game Club 658 Bay Front S Rochester, NY 14609 Lake Ontario Charter Boat Association general meetings take place on the first Tuesday of every month starting promptly at 7:00 pm at the Irondequoit Fish and Game Club (unless posted otherwise). Our general meetings are open to the public and we encourage you to attend. LOCBA’s member
  5. Lake Ontario Charter Boat Association- General Meeting This month’s Lake Ontario Charter Boat Association meeting is scheduled for 7:00 pm at the Irondequoit Fish and Game Club. Meeting Location: Irondequoit Fish and Game Club 658 Bay Front S Rochester, NY 14609 Lake Ontario Charter Boat Association general meetings take place on the first Tuesday of every month starting promptly at 7:00 pm at the Irondequoit Fish and Game Club (unless posted otherwise). Our general meetings are open to the public and we encourage you to attend. LOCBA’s member
  6. Lake Ontario Charter Boat Association- General Meeting This month’s Lake Ontario Charter Boat Association meeting is scheduled for 7:00 pm at the Irondequoit Fish and Game Club. Meeting Location: Irondequoit Fish and Game Club 658 Bay Front S Rochester, NY 14609 Lake Ontario Charter Boat Association general meetings take place on the first Tuesday of every month starting promptly at 7:00 pm at the Irondequoit Fish and Game Club (unless posted otherwise). Our general meetings are open to the public and we encourage you to attend. LOCBA’s member
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    Lake Ontario Charter Boat Association- General Meeting This month’s Lake Ontario Charter Boat Association meeting is scheduled for 7:00 pm at the Irondequoit Fish and Game Club. Meeting Location: Irondequoit Fish and Game Club 658 Bay Front S Rochester, NY 14609 Lake Ontario Charter Boat Association general meetings take place on the first Tuesday of every month starting promptly at 7:00 pm at the Irondequoit Fish and Game Club (unless posted otherwise). Our general meetings are open to the public and we encourage you to attend. LOCBA’s member
  8. Really weather and ice are the only deterrent out there. You can fish all winter long. The guys with inboards and I/Os will start putting their boats in sometime in April/May. If we get some good weather then Im in late March or Early April. I always shoot for April 1st.
  9. Those set ups are fine. Prepare your stuff for finicky brown fishing and then adapt to the King bite. Dont over compensate for kings until you can justify numbers. My spring setups are Okuma Blu Diamond ML action rods w/ 30 Series Okuma reels. My planer board setups are spooled with 16# Blood run mono w/ 8-12# fluoro. If the King bite gets good (like it has the past few years) I increase my leader size 15-20#. Kings tear up gear but I tend to go light as I can until they start cracking me off.
  10. I love the long shallows. I tend to throw a mix of bait profiles (LS and SS) out there and let the fish tell me what they want. I would say for me it is a 50/50 catch on LS to SS. Water clarity, water temps, and class of fish tend to influence the decision on what to run that day.
  11. https://stores.tunasreeltroubles.com/daiwa-fishing-reel-parts/
  12. Yes perfectly acceptable. All of the cut bait you purchase has been brined in some fashion.
  13. I would suggest having a pro look at it Rochester Reel Repair https://www.facebook.com/RochesterReelRepair (585) 455-1792
  14. Custom stuff is crazy Sent from my moto z4 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  15. And Bay Rat now does all the customs for protroll... https://bayratlures.com/product-category/by-product/flasher/
  16. Funny you should ask... I spent some time yesterday on The Reel Shot website browsing all of their customs including the Salmon Candy stuff.
  17. Rochester Reel Repair https://www.facebook.com/RochesterReelRepair (585) 455-1792
  18. Very simple thing to do but Im so glad I did it to all of my reels.
  19. Hey Dont feel bad... Its a good thing to have all that work.
  20. Absolutely love high speed reels (30 series) for riggers and divers. Besides the high speed also change the reel handle location on all of my Okuma reels (back hole in the reel handle). I feel this really helps with the torque issue that you experience with high speed. I also really like high speeds for short coppers and leadcores (30 and 45 series reels) however Im not a huge fan of fighting a big fish on a big copper with a high speed reel. This is where you really notice the loss of torque with high speed reels. Little fish you dont notice it as much though. High speeds are great when you need to change baits but IMO dont offer any advantage fighting fish. I actually prefer a standard Okuma Convector 55 for my big coppers.
  21. Cuomo’s proposed NYS budget lowers firearm deer hunting age to 12, expands crossbow use https://www.newyorkupstate.com/outdoors/2021/01/will-it-happen-cuomos-proposed-budget-lowers-deer-hunting-age-to-12-expands-crossbow-use.html?fbclid=IwAR0ULADtGmbi11Ydl2ZhpdMGMjErMLfBSwT9wq03vScgkBQsmedqH9zIcN8
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