cdgn troller

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About cdgn troller

  • Birthday 12/12/1976

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  • Location
    Middlesex, NY
  • Interests
    racing, fishing, and hunting
  1. Cayuga

    Mike count me in!!...might be flying solo unless I can talk my 8yr fishing partner into it! Sent from my SM-G930V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  2. I know this is late but I have thank a few guys that make up a the great group of fisherman on this site and are the perfect example of the kind of people on here. Saturday morning fishing in the Seneca Lake 333 our boat had dead batteries, asked some people at the launch if they had jump box, nope. Asked a guy I didn't know his name if he had one and he said no but I have jumper cables, before I knew it he was driving his truck over the break. Now John Wild (Nautitroller) I have never met and mind you was competing against that day but regardless was willing to help in any way to get out boat started. Then we had to guide the ole PY by Jason Oakes and his crew on the Great Lakes Spoon Co boat which they all helped in getting her to the wall and hold in position to get her jump started. These kind of things are what makes this group of guys so special on here. Team BB&D Mojo owe you guys because we would of spent the day at the dock and not had the day we did without you!! Thank you, Brett Sent from my SM-G930V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  3. My weekend started off Thursday with a trip to the chiropractor and then Setting up camp in the rain on Thursday! We used Friday as a scouting mission with nothing to log except fish in usual spots not biting and a lot of small salmon. We were able to grind away with a few decent rainbows and 2 lakers one around 8lbs that won BBF! The rest of the weekend was a grind with small fish and could not get a laker bite to save our life. Fish and bait every where but just couldn't get any size fish g from 20 to 150 fow. So Monday with the switch in wind and and conditions I went into the archives and decided to pound shore south of sampson. We made a 20 minute run to make a north troll and the the screen was lit up. Made 1 pass with a laker and a few salmon. Turned picked up and ran south again to make the same north troll. Reset top lines with heavier weights sat down locked up and saw a good fish jumping way out behind boat. Found the rod and it was game on. After about 5 nerve racking more jumps, 2 of which were 20 feet being the boat we finally got it to the net and then the yelling and high fives and leg shakes began. We decided to pull lines and end the weekend on a high note with a 10.22 Landlock!! Congrats to all that placed considering the fishing and to FLX Troller, Blue Ghost, and Reel Stories, for sharing what information we all did have to try and help each other out. Sent from my SM-G930V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  4. Here's a pic...details to follow, very long weekend, 10hrs Friday, 15hrs Saturday, 14hrs Sunday and 4.5 today. Sent from my SM-G930V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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  6. We found another nut! Sent from my SM-G930V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  7. Nick I'm in for big fish Friday! Sent from my SM-G930V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  8. It was definitely a tough day. We fished from 100 to 30 with all of it being a terrible screen. We went 7-10 with most fish coming on the cores over 30-50 fow. We got lucky and finally found a few active fish late morning with a mixed bag of Lakers, rainbows and landlocks. Just glad we were able to get o e registered in the 333. Great day on the water regardless! Sent from my SM-G930V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  9. How does the launch look? Sent from my SM-G930V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  10. I'm fairly certain we are in!! Will confirm with you soon. Sent from my SM-G930V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  11. Ok thanks we just wanted to be able to choose which boat to use on a given day. Sent from my SM-G930V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  12. Nick do we have to fish the same boat for each day?...myself and teammates each have a fishing boat and depending on what lake we are fishing at that time may depend on which boat we would like to use. Sent from my SM-G930V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  13. He is a rod ninja!! If I recall I actually was standing next to a rod that released and he came from the front seat to beat me to it...I thought I was going over board!!
  14. Called blueghost to join me for a last minute trip since the boat has been parked on the lake since the derby due to fishing the big pond with FLX Troller the past month and a half. Left dock around 5:30 and headed to the north end east side. Set up gear running 4 riggers and 2 dipsey in 90 fow. Moved in to 80 fow and screen light up. First fish on 150 dipsey pulling mountain dew spinny with a white chartreuse fly. Second fish came on same set up and then doubled with 88 rigger with green dot seneca ghost. Crossed over at the dragon wall with nada. Turned back around and hit same way points picking up a few more lakers on the 88 and 80 rigger. Picked up a small rainbow on the 55 rigger pulling a fl uv sea sick waddler. Also missed one that slammed the 25 foot rigger pulling a gold orange honey bee. Found the hook severely bent when checked lure. Worked that area till things just shut down at 8:30. Lots of good marks up there with lots of streakers just couldn't get them to go. Headed south on east side and marked a ton of fish and bait south of Pelican point marina but no takers. Ended morning 7 for 10. Very good quality lakers today 6-11lbs.
  15. We'll be at site 233