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  1. Whoa, that's out there a bit, but with the inversion it "is what it is?" Good action for a short window. Thanks for the report. Last week we saw action in 200' on flasher/fly out of Fair Haven.
  2. Now that's some CATCHING! Awesome job! And thanks for sharing the baits!
  3. Got another one with the "new to us" boat last season, so this one can go. Excellent condition. Probably used 12-15 times. $150 cash. I'm in Webster. Call or text Mark, Five eight five 66 two 3137. Email directly at yukiginger at Hotmail .com
  4. Nice report. Fished 8:30-1:00 out of Hughes - pultneyville. Similar tries; 3 hits but no one home on any. Rough in a 17' for sure, but nice morning out!
  5. I believe the chart can be found here, which is linked from the old attheoak.net site which is now http://www.wtv-zone.com/riparian/index.html: http://www.wtv-zone.com/riparian/taylor/lat-depths.html I've tried to cut and paste below. North Lat Line Approximate Depth Of Water 23N 50' 24N 100' 25N 250' 26N 300' 27N 400' 28N 450' 29N 500' 30N 550' 31N 575' 32N 600' 33N 610' 34N 605' 35N 600' 36N 590' 37N 560' If you continue trolling north after this and the numbers keep dropping, it means perhaps you should do a 180, unless you have a Canadian license.
  6. Launched at 6:00 am and headed straight out. Saw 2 other boats around 150'. We stopped there and began searching. We left the boards home because they were going to be a total pain to deal with in the significant WNW wind that was forecast (NOT!). It was a little rough when we started but the lake actually calmed as the morning went. We marked fish sporadically - some down 50', some on bottom down 180' or so. We ran 2 dipsies and 3 rigger lines. Trolled between 100' and 300' of water trying to move a rod with almost no action. Saw some boats running boards and regretted leaving ours as the lake was fine. About 10:00 we decided that perhaps there were fish higher in the column that we weren't seeing with our fishfinder set to reach 250 or more, so we moved some baits high and had a steelhead hookup that hit at 25' and shot to the surface before we could even get the rod out of the holder (FUN)! We hooked up a couple more times with similar scenarios and we ended with 3 cohos and 2 steelhead. The largest was a thin, spawned out steelhead about 5 lbs. Not much size but good to put some silver on the deck. We flatlined out the side a couple deep divers, but they weren't probably down more than 6'. All of our hits came 20-35' down and in 235-255' of water. Nice day to be fishing out with my brother on the "new-to-him" boat.
  7. Appreciate the report. We will get out later today and your intel really helps us formulate a plan. Hopefully we find some biting fish. Will report tonight.
  8. It would probably cost a lot to ship all these so where would they be available for pickup?
  9. Boat is now available for viewing at Arney's Marina in Sodus Point, NY. Please see post below for more info. This is my brother's boat and listing. I usually post our reports, and we fish this boat mainly out of Irondequoit Bay. 2005 Starcraft Cstar 186SC for sale with 90hp Mercury 2 stroke outboard and EZ loader Starcraft trailer. All purchased new as leftover in 2008 from Ballantyne Marine in Victor, NY. Only used about 300 hours over 5 seasons. Motor tuned up last year at Ballantyne, brand new spare tire added. This is an 18’5†boat with 89†beam. 32 gallon gas tank, 29 gallon livewell, two baitwells. Seats for five, could add pedestal seats if you wanted. Fishes four adults with gear very comfortably, capacity is 8 (1950 lbs.). Boat is registered in NJ, where I live, but has never seen the state. Only fished on Lake Ontario and the Finger Lakes about 6 or 7 trips per year. Boat has always been stored inside in a pole barn in Wayne county, NY, and trailered to the lake. This is a great, versatile boat for the freshwater angler. Removeable, locking-swivel pedestal seats to accommodate various fishing configurations. Lots of storage, including a 7.5 ft. lockable compartment for rods. Nice large casting deck in bow, and the stern if you keep the seats folded down. I’ve used it almost exclusively as a troller, but can also be used as a bass/walleye boat,cruiser, etc. Trolls down to under 2 mph with the trolling plate without difficulty. Also included: Penn 800 series electric downriggers with swivel bases – these are great units (pair), have boom extensions Lowrance Elite 5 color Fishfinder/GPS unit 55 lb. Minnkota trolling motor in bow Bimini top (used very little) Full boat cover (trailerable) All of the equipment is in excellent condition. Boat and trailer are very clean, hull is in fantastic shape, just a small scratch or two. You’ll see some dust on the motor and trailer from being stored this winter. Carpet has some discoloration in spots (fish blood), and has some wear around a couple compartment lids, but overall it and the floor/deck are in excellent shape. The only thing I’ve broken on the boat is the lift handle for the livewell, so we fashioned a pull for that. NEW Price - $12,000. I should be able to show the boat to serious buyers the weekend of May 4th, in the Webster to Sodus area. Pictures are attached. I’ve also included a url to a site with complete specs and features: http://www.monadnockboatstore.com/new_vehicle_features.asp?veh=14611&CatDesc= Contact me with questions at [email protected], or 908-698-9135.
  10. Brand new in package. One box with intact factory seal. $60 cash picked up from me in Webster, NY or Rochester, NY (weekdays). Will ship for $11 more. Can pay by paypal if not local. I will not negotiate price nor will I drive anywhere to meet you at this price, not at $4 per gallon gasoline. Best to email me directly at [email protected] Mark
  11. For those wondering, in Quebec based on internet search.
  12. How many of these lots do you have? I see a post on another board, that looks to be from you. You are asking a very different price over there. Looks like you had some interest as your last post there was on the 18th, the same day you joined here. http://muskie.outdoorsfirst.com/board/f ... =2&start=1
  13. Great! I'll wave if we pass, blueghost1.
  14. I think my neighbor and I may share the water with you. We'll be in a 17' aluminum (no paint), high bow rail. Launch at north end. See you there! Hope we don't spoil it for you. Let's catch some fish!
  15. We launched at 7:30 with Captain Larry Jones at the helm in 32 degrees. We trolled the north basin and at just shy of noon hooked up and landed this 45.5" beauty. My first muskie. My brother Matt had another one on an hour later but we never got a look at it as it came unbuttoned not far from the boat. Captain Larry put us on bait and fish all day. Hard to get them to go with the cold front in but he made it happen.
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