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Fish Hunter

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About Fish Hunter

  • Birthday 07/10/1956

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  • Location
    Munnsville, N.Y.
  • Interests
    whitetails, walleyes, salmon.
  • Home Port
    Mexico Bay, and east end of Oneida Lake.
  • Boat Name
    Fish Hunter I & II
  1. A .450 Marlin(hopped-up 45/70)in my description, is a 200 yd 12 ga. Pokes a big hole, thru.
  2. Been a couple caught in the big river recently. Not dark fish.
  3. Seen guys use boards in heavy traffic.....never a good idea......lol.
  4. Could not see any reason not to run a lead or copper rig straight off the back.
  5. I agree. Leader length, boat speed, depth, are SUPER important. Always remember, a fishing lures job is about 7/8's complete, once the fisherman purchases it.
  6. I run copper off the big boards often. How I run a dipsey when doing that, just drop your dipsey's off the back, ley em go out 50-60 ft, engage the reel, set it in the holder on the side, and once it takes its set, feed it out to the desired depth. No tangles.
  7. Sharks? You gents suspect chrome Sharks to be a bonus in the spread? Scott
  8. Been a slow bite in the Mexico Bay area this season.....glad to see it is heating up.....9 days off just in time.....yippee!!!!
  9. Been a slow bite in the Mexico Bay area this season.....glad to see it is heating up.....9 days off just in time.....yippee!!!!
  10. Saw beaucoup' marks pasted to the bottom. Suspected lake trout.....I'll take bottom-feeders advice this weekend..... In the good years this seems to be about the time the Kings show up and stay. Should only get better from here out.
  11. Marked a ton of bait in Mexico Bay area yesterday. Never moved a rod.
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