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Sealegs

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  • Gender
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  • Location
    Clarence NY
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    Trophy 2503 CC Twin Optimax
    Lund Rebel XL 1650 60 HP Merc
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    Wilson
  • Boat Name
    SeaLegs

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  1. There’s an app called Marine Traffic that gets real time feeds from the AIS on the big boats, very accurate wind data and a map overlay...blue fishable, other colors not so much. It’s also fun the see pics, destination etc. of those big freighters as they go by....
  2. Thanks for the reports, how are the waves out there?
  3. I’ve got two of them on the back of my boat, Mercury Quickleen and Seafoam at each fill up, can troll all day with no fouling. Bulletproof IMO
  4. Nice! Quick question......I like the chinook divers, do you find they dive fairly true to the charts? Thanks
  5. I have twin 150 Optimax on my Trophy 2503 center console, pretty much bulletproof, I use one at a time to troll all day.
  6. Sure does....confirms that "offshore" is still the place to be. Thank you sir.
  7. Going out tomorrow evening, there's not much reporting which likely indicates the fishing remains tough. Any intel appreciated! John
  8. Did you solve this? I have the 2013 60 hp so interested in the resolution. Thanks
  9. I don't want to be insulting, but I've done this.....you checked the kill switch/lanyard and popped it in and out of gear, right? John
  10. I have a Trophy 2503 Center console with twin 150 Optimax. The boat is a beast, very solid, handles lake Ontario without problem. I can do 4 footers at 25 mph. The deep V and carolina flare keep you dry. I had a Wellcraft walkaround, but like the extra fishing square footage the center console provides. The hardtop is great, rocket launchers everywhere, baitwell, washdown etc. Very well thought out and engineered. You can enclose the helm if you need to. I went for the Opti's rather than the four strokes simply because the optis are light, powerful and basically bulletproof...cheaper too.
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