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TROUTMAN 87

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  1. This Sunday at the FLTA Show I have two tables across from the food concession. 75 downrigger weights from 5 pounds to 15  pounds-round balls,fish shaped and torpedos. Over 200 trolling sinkers-12 oz.to 40 oz. 70 flutter spoons-Pine Valley(some new), Miller,Clark,Kausch, O&M, Vine Valley,etc. New Alpena Diamonds and Locos. A nearly new Cannon Easy-Troll downrigger. Tackle boxes and a Willie box.  30 dodgers different sizes and colors. Bass jigs,colored and plain. Few stickbaits. Flatfish and Twin Minnows. Mitchell 300 deep spools. Several Woolrich chamois shirts size large. Woolrich wool hunting pants 40 waist. Turkey calls. Docking lines. Anchors with chains. A pair of 24 inch sea bags-new. Gun scopes.Several knives.  Some odds and ends. Free stuff-old rods,pair of side planers and a box of misc. spoons. Try to make it to the show.Thanks for looking. Troutman 87  PS- The food is great!

  2. I have both 12 and 1/2 pound torpedoes and round balls. The pics of the torps are in the classified under "16 pound torpedo weight coming soon". The round balls have a short fin with a loop for a release.  The price of the 12 1/2's are $30.00 each plus shipping. I can put up to 3 in an USPS flat rate box for $14.00. I will have them at the FLTA show in Watkins Glen. Troutman 87

  3. I live close to the peir in Watkins Glen and go over there almost every day. They are catching a few perch and bluegills,mostly small. Once in a while some crappies. I have not seen a trout of any kind or a landlock salmon caught off the peir in the last 3-4 months. There is not even anyone fishing for them. I don't know where the DEC gets their reports, but somebody is giving out wrong info. about the peir. I know the boaters are doing very well. Especially brown and landlocks. Troutman 87

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