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  1. Stearns I580 Anti-Exposure Flotation work suit. USCG Type V, Size – Large, Good Condition. Great for Ice & cold water fishing activities. Located Western New York, $125, Call or text 716-545-7742.
  2. The key to releasing these fish is get the hooks out quickly and get them back in the water. Once back in the water, give them the opportunity to revive themselves for as long as they need before releasing them from the boat. If you need a picture take it after they are revived instead of before to eliminate that extra stress on them. I use my bog grip to handle them and get the hooks out. I have a rope , lanyard and Fish Grip set up on both sides of my boat. I then use the Fish Grip, release my Boga (too expensive to loose) and get them immediately in the water on the side of my boat out of the way. I can then get back to fishing quickly (the priority because I have active fish) without hanging over the side trying to revive the fish. When the fish is swimming good and fishing activity allows, it gets released. For all of the time and money we spend with Pen Rearing to improve our Fishing, successfully releasing a fish (that has made it to become a catchable fish) is the single largest thing any of us can do to support the Fishery. Here is a short video from my boat last August on staging kings. 1820152974734473-record-2.MOV
  3. Raymarine A65 Chatplotter GPS system with Lake Ontario/Erie Navionics Map chip. It does not include the optional Sounder module. I upgraded my boat to a new setup. System is fully functional and includes everything needed to reinstall in your boat. All original documentation including box as seen in the attached photos are included. $150.00. Western New York area. PM me if interested
  4. Nope, sorry they bases all went today
  5. Yes the locks work on great on Mag 10s as that is what I used them on.
  6. Cannon Downrigger swivel mount bases (all sold on 8/8) and Cannon locks. All in good condition. $25 each. Western New York area. Call or text 716-545-7742.
  7. West Marine matches prices on the TR1 and pick up their extended warranty to give you peace of mind if anything does go wrong. You take it back to them and they give you a new unit. A lot faster than waiting for Garmin to fix it especially during the fishing season.
  8. I've had a TR1 for the last 6 years and love it. The only issue i ran into was that it messes up the sub troll if you have one. I changed over to a FishHawk and no issues. Look at West Marine. They price match and get their extended warranty with it.
  9. Two Cannon Magnum 15 Electric Downriggers - The MAG 15 has a strong, compact electric motor that is so dependable, it's guaranteed for life. Combined with Cannon's clutch/brake control, it provides a smooth descent of the weight. It also makes quick work of raising the weight, with a retrieve of up to 235 feet per minute, so you can get it up and out of the way fast. The Magnum 15 includes Cannon's Positive Ion Control (PIC) technology. Since fish are attracted by a slight positive charge and repelled by a strong positive or a negative charge, generating and controlling the correct charge can be critical to the success of your fishing. These downriggers also include Cannon's "Short Stop" technology, a heavy-duty telescopic boom that extends from two feet to four feet and rear mounted dual rod holders. $575 for both. Western New York area. Call or text 716-545-7742.
  10. Two Cannon Marlin Series Electric Downriggers with 5 ft booms for sale. Each include Rod Holders along with a Swivel Base, Autostop, Cover and Cannon Lock. Great working condition. $500, pickup in Western New York. Call or text 716-545-7742.
  11. I sure wish I had the opportunity to attend a show like this when I outfitted my Boat. It would have given me the opportunity to outfit my rig right the first time and saved me a lot of time and money over the years. From the Manufacturers who will be Exhibiting including Garmin, Lowrance, Raymarine Humminbird, Cannon, Traxstech, Magnum Metalz, Scotty, Cisco, Fishhawk, Smart Troll, Offshore Tackle and Amish Outfitters, you should be able to find the products that you are looking for. The best part of it is that besides seeing and trying out the product, you will be able to talk with an expert who should be able to answer all of you questions and give you the guidance you need to make the right decision for you. In addition you have a contact to go back to and ask any questions to once your using it. The show is a selling show so you will see some aggressive pricing to get your sales. You might also want to consider taking in some of the Seminars put on by different Captains on how they use some of the products that you are looking at. There are lots of expert Anglers at the show to ask their opinions of what you are looking at also. Most guys that have a ride like you do, grab a room Saturday night and make a weekend of it. You will run out of time before you run out of Fishing things to do at the show!
  12. 2017 Pen Rearing Wrapup LOTSA had another successful Pen Rearing year despite the late arrival of our fish from the DEC and the high water problems. We want to thank all of the volunteers who gave up their time to help with this project. We had enough volunteers for every task of the project that allowed us to complete them in a timely manner. I want to thank Bob Fishlock for the great job he has done managing this project over the past 5 years. It’s due to his leadership and hard work that our pen project has been so successful. Bob will be transitioning his role to Alan Sauerland for our 2018 project. I encourage you all to thank both Bob and Alan when you see them for doing this project as we all enjoy catching many of the Kings & Steelhead from our Pen Project. We also want to extend a warm "thank you" to Niagara County Legislature Chairman Keith McNall and Legislators Will Collins and John Syracuse for their recent contributions to the LOTSA net pen project in Olcott, assisting with the purchase of automatic feeders to the Olcott and Wilson projects. Syracuse reached out to his colleagues to come up with $1,000 in Casino Funds. In addition, like last year, $500 from the Buffalo Sabres Alumni Charity Fishing Contest held May 17 will also be given to LOTSA. An agreement was made with Syracuse and Bill Hilts, Jr. that if LOTSA helped with the weigh in and other tasks for the day, a minimum of $500 would be contributed to the pen efforts. Thank you for being important community partners and helping to enhance our Lake Ontario fishery. Like Love Haha Wow Sad Angry Comment Share
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