hawkeye625

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About hawkeye625

  • Birthday 09/21/1969

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  1. I'd run 2 dipsy flasher combos and 1 rigger with spoons. Sent from my SM-G930V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  2. Newfane town marina. Go past slippery sinker turn right at stop sign and go a couple blocks turn right into marina parking. Sent from my SM-G930V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  3. Last werk pic. Suppose to be higher now. Sent from my SM-G930V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  4. Sent from my SM-G930V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  5. For sure. Launching docks are a foot under water. If you are familiar with this launch....the water is over the steel beams that the ramp docks are attached to. We launched my 22.5 Crestline that last week. I stayed in boat and drive to floating docks to pick others up. Also drove back on trailer when loading. My buddy had to have boots to hook winch up. Here's a pic from 3 weeks ago. Water was over everything in the pic last week. You can launch but he careful..olcott is better option and fish were headed that way last weekend. Sent from my SM-G930V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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  7. We launched at the north ramp at the fort. The one pictured. Sent from my SM-G930V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  8. Wilson state park has road closed signs at top of hill. Sitting at the north launch at fort Niagara now. Will post pic. Sent from my SM-G930V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  9. Most dangerous...telephone pole bobbing like a stick bobber..biggest...picnic table or garage door. 2 or 3 springs ago Niagara waters were full of hidden treasures.
  10. another option I went with... http://www.cabelas.com/product/Auxiliary-Motor-Connector-Rods/700014.uts?searchPath=%2Fbrowse.cmd%3FcategoryId%3D734095080%26CQ_search%3Dmotor%2Bconnector these mount in the front of your motors for easy access and will never slip. I've used them on 3 boats now with 0 issues.
  11. I the salmon slam a winner take all or does it pay down a few places?
  12. What type of sliders are you referring to? I run my sliders on the main fishing line, if I want to "fix" them at a certain depth, use the rubber band, or, the stinger style clip with the rubberized end that pinches to your main line. I've never used a slider on the rigger cable itself. The scotty clips work well also to stack an additional rod, or, fix your free slider.
  13. I see there are several kings over 20 lbs on the st catherine's derby leaderboard, so the fishing must be ok over there. https://scgfa.ca/leaderboards/spring-derby-leaderboard/
  14. Wilson (tuscarora park) launch Just a heads up to any one planning on using this launch...the far dock (loading) was underwater yesterday. Bring boots or you'll have wet feet. Also a lot of debris in the water. We had to back my truck into the water to launch/load.
  15. link to same question from 2 months ago. Lakeview motel puts you right in the middle of all the regular launches, with plenty of room for your rig and electric. You'd better start calling today if you want a room for those dates, if any are still available. most book up quick during the derby. They also let you store your boat if coming back to stay with them. Nice perk if you fish several weekends in a row and have a long drive. Best place to stay IMO. Also have a common kitchen, grills, dining area, and an old freezer out back for your fish/ice. Just bring groceries.