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  1. Yesterday we beat up all over Wilson and olcott just some small kings and steel. Never really found good temps and bait. Out by the bar right now pulled 2 teenage kings so far. Lots of boats though
  2. walleyehunter

    Diawa 60 Coppery and Backing question

    I think I have around 800' of 30lb power pro with 400' of 45lb copper and it fits perfectly. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  3. walleyehunter

    Starcraft or Alumacraft?

    Take a look at the starcraft stx 2050. A lot of guys troll from those on erie, and they are better laid out for casting/jigging than the fish master. I have a 196 fish master and its a great boat, but I troll 95% of the time so I got the boat that is set up almost entirely for trolling. The stx is similar to those two alumacrafts you mentioned.
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    Starcraft Fishmaster owners

    You can easily Make your own. A friend of mine actually came up with the idea for the box before Starcraft started selling them. Mine fits 10 planos and two 31 series batteries plus acts as a step.
  5. The terrova set up is nice but you need to keep the batteries charged. If you have a kicker the tr1 is a nice setup
  6. I have the bennetts 9x9. They came on the boat when I bought it used. I highly Recommend getting the lighted switch to see what position they are in. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  7. Sounds like the prop/motor holes for sure. As for Trim tabs, I run a 196 fishmaster and several of my Buddies do too, after fishing on my boat with tabs they are all putting a set on. The tabs really smooth out the ride and keep the hull from pounding when it gets choppy. Also the tabs really help when the boat leans to one side or the other when running. Even with 3 big batteries in the bow, it still picks up and slaps when it's choppy, lower the tabs and let that huge bow slice through the chop. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  8. Sold. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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  10. (2) Daiwa Heartland Roller rods for wire line. 8'6". Used less and a dozen times. - $150 for the pair Located in pittsburgh pa, but I will be in Olcott for a few days starting aug. 19th. Would prefer to avoid shipping. [email protected]
  11. walleyehunter

    Trolling with kicker/bow mount combo

    This technique has become pretty much standard on lake erie for smaller boats. Some guys are adding an additional fin to the bottom of their terrova to keep it straight on a lower power. Fishing at around 1.6 and under most guys use just the electric, and above that a kicker and the electric on a 3 or 4 setting.
  12. walleyehunter

    Spoons vs. Spin doctors/Flies

    Thanks for the Insight. I think I am going to start with a ff on one rigger and a spoon a little further back on the other and see what happens. I have a fishhawk so I will try 2.5ish on my down. My trip can't come soon enough! Dreamin of those drags screaming Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  13. walleyehunter

    Spoons vs. Spin doctors/Flies

    Making my second trip to the big lake in july. Last year I fished on a buddies boat and we did most of our damage on spin doctors/flies trolled around 2.0-2.2 down speed. I think the spoons wouldnt fire due to the slower speeds. Now that I am a few weeks away from my trip, trying to put together a game plan. How do you guys decide if you are runnings spoons, or running SD/Flies? Do you just put out a mix of everything and then dial them in based on what fires? What would a good down speed be for a program that is a mix of both? When I lake trout fish on Erie we end up running either all spoons or all flashers once all the rods are dialed in, very seldom do we get both firing all day.
  14. walleyehunter

    Leaders/Terminal Tackle

    Thanks for the advise, Mark - Ill send you a PM about the western basin.
  15. walleyehunter

    Leaders/Terminal Tackle

    Starting to get all of my gear together for a trip to Olcott in July. Going to pre tie a bunch of leaders for dipsy fishing and re-do the leaders on my coppers. Targetting salmon. What do you like (# test and length) for running spin doctors/flies off dipsys? - Spoons off dipsys? What # and length do you like for copper leaders? Any particular brand of flouro carbon for leaders? And finally what size swivels should I get?
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