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troutman10

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    Canandaigua, NY
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    Hunting, fishing and anything in the out of doors!

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  1. Everyone keeps bringing up the crowds on Canandaigua. Being it's my home lake i've gotten used to the crowds at the launch. Get there early and get out of there before noon to avoid the launch as it turns into a zoo. Waiting in a line in the launch canal that stretches out to the lake really burns me. Maybe it's time I hit up Seneca or Keuka. Love fishing Canandaigua when the crowds arent a factor. My son and I only fished Sunday catching one fish that tied for second in the Laker division for a little bit. He was pretty excited. Maybe we'll get out both days next year if theres no lacrosse tournament the same weekend. Glad some guys had a good derby, congrats to the winners!
  2. Livewell question There is a Bow and Stern livewell on my "new to me" 2002 StarCraft. The stern livewell works fine when I push the button, however, when I push the button to the bow livewell the indicator light doesn't turn on and the pump doesn't turn on. The breaker right below the switch pops out shortly after trying to turn the pump on. The same switch has an aerator option when I switch it downward. When I turn on aerator switch down the pump works and the breaker doesn't trip. Am I doing something wrong or is this an electrical problem? I disconnected the cartridge, touched the wires to a battery and the cartridge works. My next idea is to change the breaker out. Any ideas or thought would be greatly appreciated!
  3. I'm looking to sell an Ice Fishing Camera, some Chota Breathable Waders and a Stealth Cam Trail cam. Pictures of items are also on Rochester Craigslist if interested. Details below: Camera: Cabelas Advanced Anglers version includes 12 V battery & charger, case, 50 ft of cable, and cable/camera holder. Asking $125. Chota Waders: Size Medium, used a few times, includes hodgman & orvis wading boots & gravel guards. Asking $125. Trail Cam: SOLD PM me or call 585-694-0754
  4. Basspro, I never knew the DEC to be drilling in the old Wegmans parking lot. When was that? I know a company has been cleaning up contamination in the parking lot and they are being held to the DEC regulations...
  5. Thanks for the help guys! I'm hoping to be able to reel my next rigger fish instead of hand line!
  6. ...so my 20 lb. setup will handle 30 lb. test ok?
  7. This may be a rookie question. Are there any downsides to using a 30 lb. test line on my rod/reel combo that's rated up to 20 lb. test? I would consider using a less expensive, easier to find 30 lb. test over the FF if there's no drawbacks. Thanks.
  8. Thanks for the quick response. I did some research after asking the question and found guys that like the 20 lb. compared to the 30. Seems like guys love the stuff or hate it. It's time to try it after hand lining a small laker in this morning. I'm lucky it wasn't a lunker or else my hands would be in bad shape.
  9. I have a question regarding the flea flicker line. I see they make it in 20 and 30 lb. My rod/reel combo says it takes up to 20 lb. test. I'm gonna buy some. What experience with this does anyone have? Is one better at doing the job over the other? Any help is appreciated. Thanks in advance.
  10. Wondering if anyone knows the results from the Derby this weekend. Hope some guys on here placed.
  11. I'm looking for a decent boat cover that won't bust my wallet. I have a 16.5 foot Lowe open bow fishing boat with 15 horse motor. Just wondering if anyone recommends a certain brand cover to go over my boat and motor. Any help is appreciated. Thanks in advance.
  12. The launch is now open in case anyone missed the story on WHAM news. Hope we don't have to deal with this again for some time. Now get out there!
  13. Went by the other day and pulled in while the gate was open. I had to get a look at this "project" that has been quite inconvenient for alot of people. The lawn on both sides of the launches were torn up, some piles of dirt and stone was around the launch area and I was surprised to see some floating docks near the new concrete ramps. Wish I took a picture but I didn't with the workers standing right there. I would think they should be able to finish it quite soon based on what I saw. Who knows? I would have to say the wooden docks were good...and rock solid. Seems like more work with floating docks if that's what they are replacing the older ones with. Aren't they gonna have to take floaters out at the end of the year and put them back in for spring?
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