Pj Weber

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About Pj Weber

  • Birthday 07/18/1960

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    Vermont
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    fishing
  1. Have not received to much interest so one more time then to an agent.
  2. I am selling my 2 bedroom 1 bath camp near Catfish Creek on Hickory Grove Drive in New Haven. Camp is not on the water but does have water access rights. Lot is 100x100 and has city water, septic, 2 year old metal roof, new gravel in driveway. It is the last house on a private driveway. PM me for more info looking for $32,000.00. Will be list with agent soon if no interest. Five minutes to Mike's Marina or Salmon country. About 15 to 20 minutes to Wright's in Oswego. PJ Weber
  3. I will take them for 300.00 PJ Weber
  4. If not sold would like to purchase PM sent. PJ Weber
  5. Hi guys I am selling my 1988 Baha 230 fisherman. Have decided to give up lake O to persue other fishing options. Included are: 5.0 lter mercruiser 2003 20HP Honda kicker electric start and power trim easy loader daul axle trailer raymarine 585 fishfinder Garmine 185 gps 2 Scotty 2116 downriggers ( 1 new last year) Big Jon planer board setup with otter boats Ray Jefferson camand control 1 400' copper setup on a shimano 800 tekota reel 2 10 eagle claw dipsy rods w/Okuma convector 30 reels with 1000' wire 4 eagle claw downrigger rods with okuma magda pro reels Numerous paddles and spin doctors along with spoons and stick baits Can be seen at Mikes Marina still in water at dock Asking $5500.00 pm if interested PJ Weber
  6. Mention that to the traulers. PJ
  7. This is a little late but know that a few of you like to fish for cod and haddock. I went over to Hampton Beach NH for 2 days of fishing on party boat over father's day weekend. This time of year usually is pretty good but this year seems to be quite different. Started Saturday using jigs had a nice spot on the stern and wound up with 2 legal cod 1 pollack and a red fish for the day with a bunch of throw back cod and haddock bait fishing seemed to get even smaller fish. The new regulations are making it tough to get a meal (3 fish limit and 21" on Haddock and 21" and 9 cod). On Sunday went on a 12 hour marathon I usually have better luck on these trips however not this time only caught 1 keeper cod and a ton of 19" to 20.5" cod and haddock. Oh well weather was great and still nice to be out. Done now till fall when hopefully the Pollack will keep the lines tight. PJ
  8. Downriggers---

    Been running Scotties for 5 years never a problem. Lift 15lb torpedos all day long very quickly. I do believe it is personal preference. Many people like Cannon and many like Scotties. I like the the tilt up feature on the Scotties.
  9. I did the an overnighter last fall and we went to the fippinees which is 60 miles out the 2-day was heading to cashes. We caught a ton of pollock and some haddock. Had a good time on the Yankee Freedom. Have a great time I am heading over to NH on the 23rd to do some party boat fishing myself. $85.00 for a 12 hour marathon pretty good price. Have a great time and let us know how you did. PJ
  10. Thun is correct being close to bottom is critical. I check for bottom every third time I jig the rod sometimes it is tough to hold bottom with strong currents or light tackle. I will use 20 oz sinkers for bait and I like to use 12 oz jigs but I always have some 18 and 20 oz on hand. If the Pollack are around it is not always a bad thing to come off the bottom a bit as they tend to stay a little higher up maybe 5 to 10 feet higher. Are you party boat fishing or chartering? And where are you planning to go out from? Gulf of Maine fishing tends to be a litle different then the guys that go out of RI and CT or even Jersy.
  11. Matt- I do not know the name of knot but I like to keep the hooks closer to the bottom when bait fishing usually 6" from sinker and 12" to second drop. Closer to the bottom the less dog fish. I mostly jig fish unless the Haddock are aound then typically bait.
  12. Which downriggers?

    I like my Scottys bought them used 5 years ago never a problem. Switching from 12lb torpedos to 15lb this year and not worried about the riggers being able to handle them at all!! PJ Weber
  13. diver digger

    I just looked at the video again and I really think the value is in being able to be on a #2 or #3 setting and less line. Maybe 40 or 50 feet does not mean much but IMHO getting away from the boat with less line is important but I do not know so I think I may try them. I was hoping that someone had tried these already and could save me some money by telling me they do not work!! I do not see anything more than the dipsy would be flying around it would have more weight to it so watch your heads but not like the Torpedo weights that would have another weight clipped to diver.
  14. diver digger

    I was just looking at a you tube video on michigananglar.com of a 10oz. lead weight that is add to dipsy diver to help get deeper with less line out. Has anyone tried these or seen the video? They say, depending on speed, this additional weights should get you down 110 feet on setting 2 with 180' of line out. PJ