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scobar

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About scobar

  • Birthday 10/20/1957

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Hamburg NY
  • Interests
    outdoors, Deer Search w dog
  • Home Port
    Trailering the West end
  • Boat Name
    Push' n Tin

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  1. look really nice, I think that's the only spoon I have seen with a fixed hook on it. nice job!
  2. Drill multiple holes then use S hooks that you can put in any of the holes for the perfect picture Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  3. Nick I'll go with the flow, put me in for 10, 6 packs....sounds like I'm ordering beer! PM sent
  4. Scotty pinch pads are what I use for all coppers. With big 400/500 lines I can easily adjust the depth I want to run them at with a SmartTroll in line, telling what depth the point is at. This way I don't have to count marks on the copper and more or less guess what depth I'm at. The SmartTroll's do have a price attached, around $1,200 to start, but with the limited amount of time I have to fish they are well worth the cost. You can run up to 6 in line and signals back to your Android device.
  5. Well, looks like it’s....... GO KC!! Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  6. Its that time again GO BILLS
  7. How great would be for Bills to beat Brady!!! Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  8. Go Bills Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  9. scobar

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    I have a 450 and 550 on them, not sure who much backing but more than enough. blood run copper. I think it gets so heavy on the fish when they hit that you don't need a ton of backing. that is on the 60, the 50 I have 300, 350
  10. I have interstate batteries in my golf cart (6-8v) 4 on my boat, 1 on my generator, 1 in tractor and 1 in lawn mower, never a problem with any. Maintenance is the key to a good battery Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  11. Black Horn 209 in my opinion is the best to load. However over the years of using it it is far superior in repeatability of accuracy to weight the load, not measure it
  12. Colville floats, never had a issue Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  13. As said keep shots to 35 yards max, 25 is my max. As a tracker for deer search it is crazy the number of unfound wounded deer on shots past 35 yards mostly with cross bows. 10 point is my vote Scott
  14. being on the ground for that buck is crazy good!!
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