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scobar

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  1. Nice prize money, but what is the entry cost Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  2. 2 hour battle, that's crazy, how many times were you on the rod?
  3. Is there a measurement that is close for big salmon, my scale jumps all over on the water. In the past 37” are usually around 22-23lb salmon. Too small for derby entry. What would a 27-30lb average length be? Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  4. Trollmaster on 8hp Johnson since 2005, replaced servo in 2012 still going strong Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  5. Looking for a pic of a salmon w a meat rig in its mouth. Promotional pic for a friend, might get some free stuff for it Thanks Scott Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  6. thank you Rich, so you still use in-lines for the junk lines. I was thinking of using my mast and double big boards with a release on the tow line. I have the TX44 but if it's a little rough or too far out they can dive sometimes
  7. Running coppers 300, 400, 500 which do you prefer, if big boards what release is best Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  8. Looking for 2 fisher persons for this Saturday morning, must be in the LOC, plus $20 fuel costs call or txt me 716.480.7702 Scott back to the dock around 1pm
  9. Headed down for with wife middle of September, never been there but want to get in some flats fishing. Anyone have any recommendations thanks Scott
  10. I believe Olcott piers are closed until further notice due to stone renovation work
  11. try to turn up the gain on you fish finder and maybe it will pick up the thermo cline.
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  14. Use it correctly and they survive. I stop it 10’ above the release depth for a few minutes then take it down to release Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  15. Most importantly is this takes them back into colder water, if you’re truly trying to save them this is the way to go Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  16. slow for sure, my last 2 trips out, 2 fish each time.
  17. that's awful close to the release line, I would think tangle city, unless both lines were the same set back and same lure so they dropped exactly the same speed. Maybe if the ball line was a diver lure to pull it down faster it would work, good luck, report back on it
  18. I have the same setup 115 to 8hp, 27years not one concern
  19. Brand new 30-50-70' release to revive your fish, $45 to your door https://seaqualizer.com The SeaQualizer descending device is an innovative release tool designed to help fish recover from the effects of barotrauma. Barotrauma is the result of bringing a fish up from depth to quickly while fishing. Doing this prevents the fish from releasing air from its air bladder quick enough as pressure on it is decreased as it reaches the surface. This causes the air bladder to expand beyond its normal size. Physical effects of barotrauma can include: Floating at the surface Stomachs protruding out of the fish’s mouth Bulging eyes Flared gills Inflated body cavities Hamburg NY (western NY) Scott
  20. Pm sent Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  21. Price, where you located for pick up Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  22. you may need to make 3 loops around your 2 fingers with the braid then hitch the band through the loops. that should hold.
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