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  1. I added photos of the trailer guides, rod holders and tracks for those asking. The trailer hitch is 2 5/16" with a round 7 pin plug.
  2. For sale, 1998 Penn Yan 225 Outrage with 925 freshwater hours on the boat, ~100 hours on a new 5.7 Vortec GM marine engine. The electronics were all new in 2010 ( see photos). The boat has been kept in a heated shop and has been used less than 40 hours a year for the past couple of years. There is a long list of options, we have ~90 photos of the boat, it is best to come see it in person, day or night, the shop is well lit... 4 Cannon DigiTroll downriggers, with 10 & 12lb powder coated fish weight and blacks releases. 2 Cannon single planar board reels and masts Berts rod holders and 36" Sisco Fishing Systems tracks Removable rocket launcher on hard top, will fit under a 10' door with launcher removed ( take 1 minute to remove ! ) SimRad auto pilot Lowrance HDS-8 Lowarance VHF Jensen sound system Fish hawk 840 Trim tabs Brand new Interstates largest commercial marine starting battery ( 7/13) SS 4 blade prop with custom built directional thrust plates ( see photos) Heater Craft cabin heat ( hot water ) 70 degrees inside on a 10 degree day ! LED cockpit and bilge lighting Full length swim platform that is rock soild 1998 5 Starr ( load rite) galvenized tandem axle trailer 2 5/16" ball with power winch, and new bunks and side guides ( 2013) We do not use the boat enough and in a downsizing mode to move out of the village, so the boat is for sale, the price is firm at $ 21K If interested,we have Diawa 47LC rod & reel combos, and assorted trolling gear that is for sale seperately The boat is located in Hammondsport,NY. Email : [email protected] Craigslist ad : http://elmira.craigslist.org/boa/3964733744.html Thanks, JC
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    Dock at Keuka?

    Try this one, http://northendmarina.com/dockage.htm John
  4. I'm looking for 2 Shimano Tekota 800LC and 2 - 600LC reels in excellent condition. If you have reels or rod / reel combo let me know. [email protected] John
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    Canandaigua status of woodville launch?

    Does anyone know if the DEC plans include making the ramp longer and dock area deeper?
  6. The boat is no longer for sale. Thank You,
  7. Seth Green rigs typically have 5 spoons ( 15 points if you use trebles) In Keuka you will pull 75% of your fish ( Lakers) off the bottom spoon... We started out with 5, and eventually went to 3 spoons spaced 12' apart on 8-10' leaders. The possibilities of tangles went way down and fish in the boat stayed the same. 28 ounce seemed to work best for us most days, we use 50lb Power Pro main line and Power Pro & Fluoro carbon leaders with Suttons. The weight was tied on with a 20lb mono leader about 12" long, if you manage to snag an old boat, stove, refridgerator, etc...you will only lose the weight and not your favorite spoons... Purple / black NK's with glow ladders work well at first light. If you want the fight, jig with light weight tackle, even a 4-5lb laker is fun... If you want to see copper hand lines and Seth Green boxes from way back, Hammondsport Mercantile has a bunch of them. You can't beat the boxes that were built years ago, some of those guys were true craftsman. My 2 cents John
  8. We fish all year and have a heated shop that the boat sits in. The coldest day in resent history the relay for the heater quit, and the drain plugs were still in the block. so the block cracked. It was easier for me to drop in a new long block 5.7L . So now i have all of the parts to help off set some of the cost. I'll take 500 for all of the parts, we are having a village wide yard sale first weekend of June, so you have between now and then, but if you want them i'll leave them in the shop. Let me know PS the new program is to pull all of the plugs before putting in the shop everytime John [ Post made via Android ]
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    Jiggin Pole ?

    On Keuka you only need 3 things to make jigging work. 1. Be on the water at sunrise 2. Be able to mark fish on the Sonar 3. Get your jig to the fish using the marked depth If you don't have a way to mark fish, 100 FOW will work for most of Keuka. Seeing who is catching fishing and tag along, just not too close... I know many people have favorites, but for us the rod/reel setup is really not that important when jigging, we do great with our medium action trolling rigs and with light weight spinning tackle ( which makes it a blast when you get something over 5 lbs). Having 10-20' of 10lb fluorocarbon and a small snap swivel on the end seems to improve the numbers. We went over to Seneca Bait last year a got a bunch of Luhr Jensen jigs that work! Almost anything that looks like bait will put fish ( Lakers) in the box. John
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    fish finder info

    The HDS5 come in two models ( HDS5x gps only, HDS5 gps with sonar) ,which one you have. From what I remember the only difference between the 5 & 7 was screen size and possibly pixel size on the first units. I'm sure you can compare features on the Lowrance website. Screen size is a major player if you want to run a split screen, or if the unit is mounted at the helm and you want to view it from the back, bigger is definitly better. We've been running an HDS8 since they were introduced, which is a nicer unit now after installing the latest updated firmware. I'm now just getting it setup again, but the new update has addressed many issues. I would have purchased a 10" display, but a got a great deal on an 8". We use the unit everytime the boat is out, so my reasoning for a larger more costly unit was easily justified, its not just a fish finder, its chart plotter for our AP, positioning link to the DSC VHF radio and option radar, engine monitoring and Sirus radio are future options that we plan to build up to. The HDS5 beats nothing at all, so the question would be, do you want a larger display? John
  11. We are looking for at least 2 reels in excellent shape for 300-400' of 45# copper + backing and leader. We are new to copper and would like to get started learning this winter. Thanks, John
  12. Thanks Guys, thats good news. My better half has hired me without pay to help with her business affairs this weekend, but I plan to have next weekend to fish. JC
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