Primetime Pete

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  1. Here's a few from 2016 out of OTown. Had the best year ever on legal size atlantics last year. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  2. I'm looking forward to answering any and all questions! If you have a question and are going to be in attendance at the meeting pm me the topic or email me at [email protected] And I will be sure to try and answer it for you. Looking forward to it please come out and support ELOSTA! Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  3. I had a great time last year as a presenter and this year will be even better as an attendee! Looking forward to learning some new tricks!! Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  4. Yup they will handle dipseys
  5. Sold / Closed

    Mike (Vetting) give me a call please 610-442-4572
  6. Sold / Closed

    I believe the correct part number for the radar system is M92693 which is a 4kw Antenna Open Array Scanner Unit Designation (Transceiver + Antenna) is 5S.
  7. Raymarine 2007 Electronics Package Includes - C120 Multifunction display - C70 Multifunction display - 4Kw 48" Open Array Radar - DSM 250 HD Digital Fish Finder - ST8001 Raymarine Autopilot, spare ST6001 control head and spare ST 8001 control head - S100 Hand Held remote for autopilot - Fluxgate Compass - Hydraulic Pump - Raystar 120 GPS receiver with Navioncs Lake Ontario Gold chip - Sirius Weather receiver - Bronze Thru hull transducer Air Mar B744 50/200khz All items are lightly used freshwater equipment. MFD are flush mount (if you require dash mount you will need mounting brackets) Buy complete package for a fraction of new cost...... $1500 OBO. Email [email protected]
  8. First let me say thanks to Pete for the kind words. Can't say I even feel worthy of standing on the same stage with the likes of Capt. Pete Alex and Capt. George Freeman. Two of the most accomplished and respected Captains anywhere on the great lakes. Next I would like to say thanks to LOTSA what a honor it is to be asked to be part of the seminar at the premier great lakes fishing event! I am very excited to be a part of the LOTSA Salmon School weekend January 23rd and 24th. I plan on bringing a "eastern end" influence to the salmon school seminar that I hope all the attendees will be able to add to there arsenal. I have been fishing Lake Ontario since 1988 and for many years in one of the smallest "rides" on the tournament circuit. I will be sharing the many small boat tactics that led to my tournament victories (as well as some defeats). Looking forward to a information filled weekend! Hope to meet you there! Capt Pete Lahosky Prime Time Sportfishing
  9. Thanks to Tom and Steph for putting on a first class event. Boy time goes by fast I remember Tom talking about starting the invitational years ago and here we are with 4 events in the books! Never too late to get a team together and ask Tom for an invite!! More teams the better! Come out and test your skills against the very best fisherman on Lake Ontario. Look at this years 2nd place team (Liquid/Trouble) not a "pro" team so to speak but rather a bunch of weekend guys who put it all together for one day! Congrats to Del and Greg and the rest of the teams that competed this year. So get your friends together, form a team, catch some kings and win some cash!! Looking forward to next year!
  10. I carry Benadryl on board because I am allergic to shellfish and the fleas cause my eyes to water sinuses to clog and throat to get tight. Heavy flea season can be a chore!! Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  11. Traxtech all the way! Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  12. Well had this guy show up last Friday and its been a chess match for a couple of hunts between the windy weather and trying to put myself in the right place to get a crack at him. Well yesterdays pm hunt it all came together right before dusk. The big bodied 8pt came out into the clover food plot and proceeded to "sneak" right over towards my stand to check the does that were in front of me. He was moving so fast coming at me I was having trouble holding the range finder on him. Finally he slowed and I ranged him at 33yrds. I had to grunt at him three times to try and stop him. He paused for a moment and I squeezed a shot off. The shot was true and I watched as he bolted about 30 yards and then plowed to the ground. I got down and walked over to him and couldn't get over the size of him. My biggest archery buck.
  13. $1100 for the 2 Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app