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Gotta Bite

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  1. This weekend I noticed that I was getting a false depth reading on my screen. The other 2 rigger lines were accurate. The rigger with the Sub troll probe was showing up twice as deep and near the bottom in 110 FOW. I was thinking that maybe the other Raytheon thru hull may be interfering with it so I shut that down and the problem persisted. The transducer on the Raymarine C90W is mounted on the transom and I usually operate them on different frequencies. Does anyone know how to remedy this? Your feedback is appreciated. Thanks. Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  2. What’s the weight capacity on these? Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  3. 8’6” Penn Power Stick medium action rigger rod. I can be met at a reasonable distance from my home in NEPA or I can be met near the Pulaski / Oswego area most weekends in the summer. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  4. I have 3 downrigger weights for $30.00 each or $75.00 takes all 3. No shipping on these. I can be met at my home in NEPA or I can be met at the Pulaski and Oswego area most weekends in the summer.
  5. Fishing out of Sodus bay next week and looking for a place to stay closer to Krenzer’s marina. I’ve been fishing out of Mexico for the past 10+ years but not too familiar with The Sodus area. Your feedback is appreciated. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  6. Thats a great link you have there. Makes it easy to find without going out on the net searching for various sites. Thanks [emoji106] Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  7. My drag is in the front. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  8. Bob those were developed and tested out on Lake Huron and Lake Michigan. I myself was using similar rigs from another tackle company last year that was hooverin' up the lakers for me. Now ProKing is in that market so I'll be using those this season. Unfortunately there is little in the ways of proprietary tackle these days. I've seen the rigs made by Gambler that you are referring to and they look good and I'm sure they are quality lures that will catch lakers. I'm just sharing what's new and available from ProKing this season. Good luck this season. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  9. I have an older version in an ultralight sized reel paired with an ultralight ugly stick and it's my go to rod for pan fish and small stream brook trout. I've never had an issue with that reel. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  10. New Flashers, New Spoons, New spins glows for the new season. Be sure to check out the latest products from ProKing. This year we are introducing our own brand of spin glows that we are calling "Pro Nuts". We look forward to being part of successful year on the big water or wherever you might be fishing . Good luck. [emoji106] Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  11. I've Been good Mike. Just thinking about this upcoming season. I hope I have most of the bugs worked out of my boat. Hopefully I can fish without worrying about breaking down every time I leave the dock. Maybe get a few tournaments in as well. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  12. Does anyone know if the dates been decided yet for this year's triple challenge? Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  13. I'll PM you. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  14. Does anyone have an old king marine auto pilot for parts that may have been on a boat you might have purchased or refurbished? My handle or engage lever broke last year and I had bigger problems to worry about getting the motor running properly. This year I'd like to fix the lever prior to splash down. Overall the auto pilot is just a glorified steering wheel lock so I'm not going in circles when we are netting fish. Hope to have a legit auto pilot in the next season or two but for now I'd like to get this taken care of. I did call the original owner of the company last year and he said he had maybe a handle or two laying around but he wanted top dollar for what is a cheap plastic part. If I can avoid going that route I will try and do so. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  15. I'm thinking it's going to be a crappy job either way. Pun intended. [emoji38] I'll have to see if I can find it for $130 as of now I think $176 was the cheapest I found it. Any else needed like a wax ring or silicone / sealant of some sort or does it come with everything needed in the box? Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  16. The toilet on my boat is the original one that came with it almost 30 years ago. Seat cracked, pimp handle stripped out last year and it has seen better days. It's almost cheaper to buy a whole new Jabsco toilet as opposed to replacing the seat and replacing the pump section. The feedback I read that it was easy to replace the whole toilet but that the modern day was made with much cheaper parts like most things seem to be these days. Has anyone done this with their boats both partial replacement or whole replacement. Also did you incur any issues while doing so. Thanks in advance for the feedback. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  17. What size engine or engines do you have in it? Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  18. Posted it up the ports of call / open seats section. Offer still stands Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  19. Ok thanks for the prompt responses Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  20. I haven't been on the LOU as often as in the past years but there was a forum to post if you had open seats or were looking to hop on a boat. I'm not seeing it. I may have some room for this Friday fishing out of the LSR and with the Kings in Mexico bay it would be tough to waste the day on shore. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  21. Be sure to give the Pro glo series a try also. Mr. Green jeans has been taking fish everytime in out. All 3 Kings taken on the Mr. green jeans spoon in an afternoon of fishing solo for a few hours and it continues to produce this season as well. Prior to that it was the Dragon slayer mag spoon which was hit the season prior for me.
  22. Glad to see some people on Lake Ontario using them. Very durable spoon and the tape or paint stays on them for many seasons. Make sure you guys try our Flashers as well.
  23. It seems that I get a laker almost every time in out this season whether I'm targeting them or not. That usually means I need to speed up a bit sometimes that doesn't matter they are spread out in the water column and feeding heavily some days. I usually run north when I leave the LSR and start up near the dunes. That seems to hold a good population of them. You can virtually catch them anywhere in the lake but for me that area seems to be loaded with them. I would suggest putting cowbells on your rigger rods and have a spin glow or peanut in tow. Either will produce lakers consistently for you. Early in the season I purchased some ITO laker candy and took some nice ones using those. The one day out in June we did 3 that were in the slot limit and had to throw one back. They seem to work well on the bigger Lakers. Good luck to you.
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