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  1. For reasonably price 7' blanks, Look at the Forecast SPG842, 843 ,844, and 845 blanks. I use the 842 for spring planer rods down to 6# leader and the 845s make killer salmon rods and copper rods. Best all-around is the 844. Suitable for kings and browns, and lots if inline board use for walleye trolling. I use a set of 843s for rigger rods for browns and walleyes. We have literally hundreds of satisfied customers using the rods from back in my building days. They are pretty bulletproof.
  2. Easier to get a limit trolling in the morning for me. Sent from my SM-G950U using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  3. Sounds about like the Hammer Rig. An Oneida original.. https://www.bhammertackle.com/
  4. Troll bite out in the main channel was really good this morning. Made a drift with harnesses and caught plenty too. Sent from my SM-G950U using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  5. My son and I trolled up a quick limit tonight. Bare naked reef runners on inlines and perch rapalas on the riggers. 35 to 40 fow Sent from my SM-G950U using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  6. Tried to do a deep water troll on the south side yesterday but too rough. I can actually say i think saw a 6 footer go by. Slid in shallower and got 6, all on bare naked reef runner. Back 100 on 20# power pro. 20 to 30 feet.of water. Sent from my SM-G950U using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  7. We sent him back, but he was 29.5" long and 25' girth. We think around 20#. Getting a reproduction mount done.
  8. From a family outing this morning.... Sent from my SM-G950U using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  9. We were out there Saturday in the maroon Mirrocraft tiller Joe. Went by you many times. Best for us was in the clear water between the lighthouse and the detached wall. Made one pass in that turbid water east of the harbor that looked good but no hits there for us. Straight river water was way too turbid. We quit around noon and tripled on our last pass. We lost all our big ones and had one king hit there. Got pretty nice there late morning.
  10. I have used the drill through the seat and inject epoxy technique with success.
  11. Here is a video of some solo netting techniques. I only use seven foot rods that are a custom build.
  12. That is the number I tell my wife......
  13. Miss em

    Oneida

    I fished Saturday and Sunday out deep. Saturday I forgot my tackle bag from when I switched over from the salmon gear, but scratched out a limit on some spoons I had on the boat. Sunday instead of the light SW wind predicted we had ENE about 15 mph. Caught 4 keepers and a few slob perch on my normal stuff. Marked plenty but they might have been turned off by the east wind. Rough enough that we only did one big down wind pass and had to call it.
  14. Very soft recoil on all the 6.5 Creedmoors we have. Compared to the old trusty .280 I have shot for decades at least. I have been shooting 142 Grain Winchester Expeditions.
  15. 400 yard group from the other night. Pretty much as good as i can do with rest i am using. Sent from my SM-G950U using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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