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About Gill-T

  • Birthday 10/16/1969

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    Amherst, N.Y.
  • Interests
    Fishin' and huntin'
  • Home Port
    Niagara County
  • Boat Name
    Gill-T Hooker

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  1. Gill-T

    Wilson sunset 6/19

    That is when I put out my orange spoons.
  2. Alewives spawn in June. Most move inshore. Follow the food but be prepared to be frustrated by well fed salmon. Fish at low light times.
  3. The Gill-T Hooker is in for Friday and Saturday.
  4. Gill-T

    Catt 6-17-18

    First Walleye trip of the year, finishing off where we left off last year by taking a two man limit in 2.5 hours in the “perch beds”. Downriggers and bottom bouncers with small perch colored blades. Threw back 10 or so shorts. A couple of 14-15 “ jack perch as bonus.
  5. Gill-T

    Lookout: New Research Buoys NE Oswego

    Thanks for the heads up ........ and glad they are not In Niagara County!
  6. Congrats to you and your team.
  7. Captain Valium would be my choice of “if I only could have one flasher”.
  8. Gill-T

    Older model cannon mag 10 question

    The power cords on the cannons can be a problem. The two prong power male connectors can go out of contact with the metal sleeves on the female portion. Per Cannon, I was told to take a pair of pliers and spread the male connectors in opposite directions to reestablish good metal to metal contact with the female connectors. This has proven to work for me when I was getting stalling and "slow" power.
  9. Gill-T

    Lead core question

    Big boards I use Weldon's
  10. No point in spending all the money and time rigging up for salmon and then losing your gear because of your 15 lb leaders. 20 lb leaders on the copper or leadcore, 30 lb on dipsys if running flashers/flies.
  11. Gill-T

    Cobleskill SUNY article

    Does Seneca have a bait problem? Alewives and Walleye don't really mix well together. Kings or cohos might be another story. I doubt the DEC will want to stock another non-native species into the system.
  12. Gill-T

    Northern King Lures are back .

    I have a bunch of them. Always was impressed with the quality of finish, quality of split rings and quality of hooks. Great spoon for steelhead when you want to cover some ground and get that speed over 2.5 mph. I have heard some of the early reproductions the new company put out had some issues with the paint jobs holding up? That was over a year ago so they probably have the kinks ironed out.
  13. The only thing you should be fishing for with a 10 lb leader is Browns or Walleye in shallow clear water. If you venture over laker/king water, change out your leaders to 20 lb.