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Total Chaos

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  1. I have 4 Uglystik Lite, ultra light rods (7ft, 2-6lb test) paired with Okuma Magda m15 linecounter reels. These are in excellent condition. I doubt you could tell they've been used they're so flawless. I used them for Browns on LO. I've taken Browns to 13lbs and Salmon to 12lbs. $60ea and I'll ship for extra $. Probably about $15 to ship them. Paypal excepted. Total Chaos ONLY 2 LEFT
  2. Yes I used to have a website. To many hackers ruined it so I just post here if I have anything to say. Total Chaos
  3. Sunday I got 2 Lakers and 3 Kings. Had a friend out today and did 5 Browns, 2 Lakers and a King. The fish are there you just have to work for them. Total Chaos
  4. If you're going to have just 2 for that area go with a 400 and a 500ft section. Mark them every hundred ft with shrink tubing that way you can run them shorter if need be. However most of the time from july on you'll be running them completely out. Total Chaos
  5. Look even deeper, we had 3 on Sunday 190fow and deeper. Total Chaos
  6. I have 4 cv20's that I use for my dipsys. They've never let me down. 1000ft of 20lb wire fills it right to the top so the counters are accurate with them. If you use the 30's put backing on so the reel is filled to the top or your counters will be off. I like the 20's because of the light weight and faster retrieve rate. JMO Total Chaos
  7. I've been using snubbers for 25yrs and never broke one. I fished a Pro-am on another boat a couple years ago and they didn't use snubbers. They said they never had a breakoff. First fish, first morning hits the dipsy and I grab the rod and one quick rip and snap, fish gone. They were using 50lb leaders. HHHmmm I think I'll stick with snubbers. For what it's worth I use the Dream Weaver snubbers. Total Chaos
  8. Launch out of the state launch in Mexico and we were fishing 50-75fow in the top 40ft. I heard they moved out deeper now but same area. Spoons, spoons and more spoons. Uv gators were best for me. Total Chaos
  9. Your fishfinder must be broke. Off the plant last weekend was crazy with a mix of Kings, Browns and Lakers. We had Kings to 18lbs. Other boats did well also. Total Chaos
  10. PD Bouy, I couldn't move my axle back becausethe spring mounts are welded to the frame instead of being ubolted like normal. It would have been nice to move it back. I just moved the boat ahead on the trailer and it's fine now. I will make 1 more adjustment after I dump the boat in next week. Other than that it tows like a champ. Total Chaos
  11. I've owned 2 of them. The lastest I just bought in August of last year. I bought the aluminum I beam trailer and I believe they are and excellent trailer. No issues with either of them. They seem well built. I'm glad I bought them. I currently have the dual axle, 7000lb aluminum trailer with bunks and disk brakes. Pevious trailers owned; Loadrite, Caulkins, 5 Starr and Eagle and the Venture is by far the best IMO. Total Chaos
  12. I took a Fish Doctor class once. I learned a thing or 2 from it. Worth the $$$ Total Chaos
  13. By the pm's I got, Steelie1 was first for the tube file and Steelydan was first with the spoon box. Just an FYI so it's fair. Total Chaos
  14. I have a DW tube file box with 35 tubes and a Special Mate spoon box for sale. Both in new condition. I could ship the tube file but the spoon box would be pricey. $15 for the tube file plus $5 to ship and $40 for the spoon box. You would have to pay actual shipping. Or if you can wait maybe we could arrange pickup around the Mexico area when I'm up fishing this spring. I live around the Albany area if that helps. Let me know. Paypal preferred Total Chaos
  15. If you think you can get advertised IBO speed out of a Mathews good luck. I've owned 4 of them and the only 1 that ever came close was the monster 6.0. I got 330 out of that one. IBO is 70lbs 30in draw at 5grain per pound arrow weight. Since I'm only 28.5 at 68lbs I will never attain advertised IBO speeds. Total Chaos
  16. Mathews Drenalin, 28.5 draw, 60-70lbs. All black, Bodoodle Pro 500 rest, brand new VaporTrail strings and cables, Specialty Archery peep with interchangeable aperture. IBO speed 309fps, real world 500 gr arrow at 68lbs is 268fps. The only issue is my name is engraved on the grip. I do have a grip from a monster that will fit I think. $425 shipped to your door. Paypal preferred. Thanks Sight, sling and stabilizer not included Total Chaos
  17. There's 46 spoons. All in decent condition. Many good producers. There are NK 28's a mag or 2, some standard DW's, a few Michigan Stingers, a few Fishlander and an Evil eye. $100 shipped to your door Priority mail. Paypal preferred. Thanks Total Chaos
  18. I feel your pain as I lost both of my Chocolates in recent years. Just put my upland bird vest and bibs out in the tag sale stuff and sold the gun 2 years ago. I just couldn't go hunting without them again. I look at their picture everyday and can't believe they're gone. They were 12 and 13 yo when they passed. A friend sent me this when I lost mine, maybe it will help. Total Chaos Just this side of heaven is a place called Rainbow Bridge. When an animal dies that has been especially close to someone here, that pet goes to Rainbow Bridge. There are meadows and hills for all of our special friends so they can run and play together. There is plenty of food, water and sunshine, and our friends are warm and comfortable. All the animals who had been ill and old are restored to health and vigor; those who were hurt or maimed are made whole and strong again, just as we remember them in our dreams of days and times gone by. The animals are happy and content, except for one small thing; they each miss someone very special to them, who had to be left behind. They all run and play together, but the day comes when one suddenly stops and looks into the distance. His bright eyes are intent; His eager body quivers. Suddenly he begins to run from the group, flying over the green grass, his legs carrying him faster and faster. You have been spotted, and when you and your special friend finally meet, you cling together in joyous reunion, never to be parted again. The happy kisses rain upon your face; your hands again caress the beloved head, and you look once more into the trusting eyes of your pet, so long gone from your life but never absent from your heart. Then you cross Rainbow Bridge together....
  19. I fish out of Mexico. I run 10lb Sliver Thread main line on light action okuma Kokanee rods and Ugly stick rods. They're rated for 4-10lb line. I run Okuma Convector cv15d's. Caught Browns to 15lbs on them and Kings to 20lbs. Total Chaos
  20. Go to boattrader.com. they have a bunch of 25-27ft Bahas on there. You may have to travel for them but it could be worth it. I bought a nice 251 GLE from there last year. I had to go to NJ for it but it was a good deal and great boat. Total Chaos
  21. Here's a pic of mine that I just found. You can see the reel mounted back and the pulley up at the front of the grab rail. Again, forget the Big Jon manual reels if you're going to pull Amish boards. You will break the handle off within the first few times of using them. Otters don't pull no where's near as hard as the Amish boards. I know because I've had both. Total Chaos
  22. Forget the Big Jon reels, I broke everyone that I tried when using the Amish boards. I ended up searching ebay for teaser reels. They're aluminum and they hold up great. It's hard to break metal! They're pricey but when I fugured what I spent on the Big Jon reels and the replacement parts, in the end I could have bought 2 teaser reels. I reinforced my grabrail on my hardtop and installed the reel on 1 end and a pulley on the other end. I did use a Big Jon pulley which was fine. Total Chaos
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