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  1. If this was an outboard I'd be all over it looks like it will make a real nice lake o boat for someone Sent from my XT1080 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  2. ifishy

    First time on Lake Ontario

    Start shallow around river and creek mouths use boards with stick baits and small spoons Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  3. ifishy

    Finger lakes Rainbows & Landlocks

    first ever Seneca Brown and still largest to date also half of my Brown total out of seneca
  4. we fished out of ibay today didnt see a thing till we hit 170 for of water from there out we ended 1 for 6 with a nice steely. got my dad out for the first time this year and he dropped 3 on the dipsey. also had a couple of short hits on the rigger. It was slow out there and it was hot.
  5. Was standing on ibay pier some fish jumping but most boats went to river I'll be out there tomorrow just not sure where yet Sent from my XT1080 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  6. Dead flat good day for a solo can always try casting or jigging good day to try something different Sent from my XT1080 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  7. Got mine look good now I just need to get out again Sent from my XT1080 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  8. ifishy

    oak vs sodus vs oswego?

    given that scenario it seems like the genny or I bay might be a shorter drive? and the river area should be heating up. Overall for the year the range from the oak to oz is a great set of options you can chase weather and wind directions or hot bites. there are several good launches in-between to keep in mind throughout the year as well
  9. ifishy

    Kicker help

    the panther steer has one end with two adjustable brackets that you can spread out to line up the two holes that might be a good answer there. I wish i had a pic but I dont and the boat is at camp google this part number 552400 they make a stainless version as well. it has worked extremely well for me and can be disconnected from inside the boat with ease i can also leave it linked and tilt the kicker with no issues I just like to disconnect it so I can lean the kicker all the way to the side when running i think it only cost like 30 bucks i had to cut it to size but there is a large threaded area so it is very customizable
  10. I sent a payment would like to try 8 of each please
  11. ifishy

    Kicker help

    My kicker (different make) had bolt holes in the underside of the carry handle I used them to attach a panther steer rod which can be bent to shape any chance there are bolt holes in the underside of your carry handel Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  12. ifishy

    $2,000 limit graph

    Garmin panoptix has real time imaging would be great for jigging several options for head unit big cost is in transducer Sent from my XT1080 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  13. ifishy

    Poll: Different kinds of fishing

    One of my favorites was always summer time wading wet in power plant outflows fishing jigs and live bait on light tackel my pb small mouth came that way one year a school of gar pike came in that will make you flinch reeling one of those in while standing waste deep in shorts. Lots of suprise fish that way. Always wanted to go sight fishing cobia in the chesseapeak one year found a way to catch dogfish by dangling a live bluegill half in the water amazing surface strikes would also like to try rooster fish and halibut Sent from my XT1080 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  14. you can pop the rigger let it flutter up sometimes that will trigger a strike
  15. It was a good day out there sk8 it was nice to meet the man behind the name and get a close up of the whaler we rolled around 8 so went straight to 250 and started a north troll at 320 the first king hit a dipsey on a 3 setting 200 back landed that 12 lber set him towing on the grip and the chinok diver fired at 230 back got that fish in the transom and while untangeling the net the other Chinook diver fires @280 back that was the 24 lber at that point had to take a breath before we could re set after that it was all riggers 60 to 80 ended the day 6 for 12 with all teenagers and one mature one flasher fly the rest on spoons meat was quit wife wondered why I fell asleep so early last night Sent from my XT1080 using Lake Ontario United mobile app