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  1. Hit Seneca Lake a few weeks back for some Pike and Pickerel during the last week of the 2012 season. Weather was only nice a couple of days compared to last year. This photo was the largest pike we caught (33") it was quickly released. Experienced many follows and misses along with some very nice Pike and Pickerel. Lots of fun especially on light tackle.
  2. This is a green sunfish. Yours looks more like a lighter pumpinseed. Where did you get the grass carp?
  3. I have 2 fish shaped rubber coated downrigger weights each 8 lbs. $35 firm Pick up prefered or you pay shipping costs. I live in Canandaigua. Send PM if interested. Sincerely, Georged
  4. Has the date been set yet for the annual Finger lakes Trollers Flea Market? Are ther any others coming up in the finger lakes area. Georged
  5. I purchased one at German bros marine on west lake rd. Canandaigua a few years back.
  6. I am looking for a cheap used Cannon low profile mounting base for a Unitroll HP downrigger. I have the hardware I only need the base. Sincerely. George
  7. Includes a 1983 Yacht Club Trailer. I have papers for both. The boat was a project I was working on. Both are freshly painted. The trailer has good tires, jack, chains, new hubs, lights work, new bunk wood and carpet. The boat has a partial soft top and new transom wood otherwise all other items work and are in good shape. Its really in good shape for its age. Hull is solid. Duratec boats were sold with a 15 year puncture proof garantee. All it needs is a motor $750 or best offer. Georged
  8. If you or a friend recently lost a downrigger let me know. Georged
  9. I keep a diary on the trout I catch on Canandaigua lake. I also see about 95% native trout. I actually thought it was odd and that maybe I was missing something. I was working on the boat today hoping to get on the water soon. Georged
  10. I spent the afternoon fishing the northend. It was calm and sunny. Surface temp was 49. I caught 4 average size lake trout also lost 2 and missed 2 hook sets pulling copper. Most were caught 60-80 ft of water. Georged
  11. corysbrutal I also have read that using a 3way swivel 6lb line and 2 or 3 oz sinker is a great way to bounce the bottom for lakers. The lighter line will track deeper due to the thinner diameter. You would need alot of line to do this though. Wire line will also get you down deep. You can also jig for lakers but you need nonstretch line and a stout rod and decent reel. Good luck. georged
  12. Mike: It looks like you guys had a great day. Thanks for the info. George
  13. Bluegrod http://www.whimsie.com/copper%20craft%20wire.html How do you fish your copper? Do you use a roller tip rod and a large reel or a victrola? Good Luck George
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