bout time

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About bout time

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Pennellville NY
  • Interests
    Fishing/hunting/outdoors
  • Home Port
    Fair Haven
  • Boat Name
    'BOUT TIME II
  1. Sold pending payment Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  2. Syracuse NY / and Fair Haven area Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  3. 2 brand new never used Torpedo Divers - "Cuda" . 12oz $30.00- 'Bout Time Mike
  4. Lots of browns being caught out of FH and even a couple Kings. A beautiful 24 1/2 lb was brought in yesterday. Most everyone was having success Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  5. I have a trophy 2352 with a 5.7 V8. At one point there was an oil leak and now the bilge is thick grease. I cannot reach the bottom of the bilge to scrub it and the boat sits on a trailer currently. I have ready many posts about bilge cleaner, dishwashing liquid, simple green, etc. Wondering what my best options are and what everyone else uses? 'Bout Time Mike
  6. If you're interested in that type of finish it'd be easier to buy rubber replaceable netting. Just need to know the size. I use a rubber net for browns but a regular one for salmon. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  7. For me personally this hits home. I just underwent shoulder surgery and will not be able to bow hunt for 2-3 years at best (if ever again). I have talked to the local DEC officer and my injury does not qualify for a "allowance" to use a crossbow or other such bow during the normal bow season. The law is more geared towards permanently disabled and/or amputees. I have never truly considered cross bow as I was a hardcore compound guy, but this has definitely opened my eyes about it. Maybe if they don't open it to everyone but rather change the law that allows hunters with certain injuries to hunt with a crossbow during normal season. They would have to produce a doctors note and obtain a special permit allowing it. I'm not sure there is a correct answer in "everyone's" eyes but can can tell you how bad it hurts to hear you may never be able to do something again when it is your true passion. It will be tough to "sit on the sideline" for a month or so awaiting for the crossbow season to open this year. I generally put in 30-35 days in the woods out of a normal bow season which is roughly 45 days....... Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
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  9. I also have high seas rod tree. I also couldn't pass up the price I got on eBay for them. Great quality and no issues so far. I only use mine for early brown trout season and later in the end of season when fishing the top 30'. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  10. I run 13 and 15 lb torpedos on my cannons (mag 10HS and STX) with no problem. I also run 12-14 lb sharks without issues. Make sure you are using heavy gauge wiring for your power connection. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  11. The best ive come up with is to use a cheap cutting board from Wally World. Trace one of the existing dividers and then I cut the outside shape out with a band saw and use a table saw for all the grooves the hooks fit into. it works great and is waterproof too
  12. The bay is frozen all the way to the lake. If you go on Facebook there is a local photographer that takes and posts pics almost daily of the bay and lake. He is called "Onephoto". Best up to date information I can find without driving up there and checking myself. 'Bout Time Mike
  13. FYI...That comes out to .875" or 7/8 'Bout Time Mike
  14. I had labrum done. Because my tear was longer than normal and more posterior (in the back) than anterior it has drastically increased my rehab time.....I'm a former motocross racer, catcher in baseball for 20 years, not to mention all the hunting, fishing and all other work. I was told it was probably an old injury which just keep getting worse as time went on...... 'Bout Time Mike
  15. Quick update not going so well. It is determined that I have nerve damage now. I am behind in all aspects of recovery from range of motion to muscle strengthening. With that said I was told I'm looking at a 2-3 year recovery period and hope to be at 85-90% when all done. I was told at the 6 month mark I am lucky to be at 30% which is deer season. So here is my next question. What would everyone suggest as a good cross bow without breaking the bank ? Nothing against cross bows I just never imagined myself using them .... Harsh reality but it's better than not being able to get out 'Bout Time Mike