Upstate Sportfishing

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About Upstate Sportfishing

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Williamson
  • Interests
    Fishing / Hunting / Skiing
  • Home Port
    Hughes
  • Boat Name
    Jessica Lynn
  1. Totally agree gambler I'm exhausted after a day of lake trout fishing.
  2. If I want to lighter rig I put a gambler rig behind a dodger or spin doctor
  3. Hammerhead cowbells and Gambler rigs low and slow.
  4. Tackle Box, Penn 209 reels, penn 209 w/ ugly stick dipstick setup, downrigger releases, coolers, gas tank Reels - 20.00 wire set up - 40.00 coolers 5.00 - 30.00 gas tank - 15.00 releases - free tackle box - 5.00 msg me or 585-738-2144 100.00 takes it all!
  5. I have one I would love to get rid of if anyone is interested. It is a huge white Coleman extreme in great shape
  6. Fish hawk TD Fishhawk TD for sale used twice going to upgrade $110 obo
  7. Low and slow!
  8. 2004 Triumph $7100 2004 Triumph BT Back Troller 40 hp Mercury tiller electric start. Power trim. Bow mount trolling motor. Like new. Triumph galvanized trailer included. $7100 obo
  9. Life is too short, sleep in!
  10. Mud Chicken Bait
  11. Farm raised salmon is color enhanced through feed. Shrimp shell and crab shell is ground and added to feed to emulate their natural diet. Thats what gives them the orange flesh and why wild salmon from Alaska are Chevy orange in color. The salmon from the lake eat fish and that is why there flesh is white. They are on fact the same species of a pacific saltwater chinook and coho as Alaska. One more fact is farm raised salmon are actually highest in omega fat, more than wild so eat up! Salmon won't kill you mcdonalds will. Eat fish and love long! Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  12. Canandaigua

    I passed you in my 17ft Triumph tiller on 10-1 on the west side and gave a wave, i too had no luck and saw the same bait and marks down 60. First time for Canandaigua and got skunked. Maybe i should stick to Lake O