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  1. #5 reflecto spoon got it done this weekend for me, caught one or two for old times sake. I was lucky enough to learn from a true Seneca lake ledgend when I was a kid. Here's to you "Frank the perch"! Sent from my Pixel using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  2. Not sure about the line on the rods, but when trolling you don't need to set the hook per say as you would on a bass or perch casting. The fish pretty much hook themselves during the process. When you get a bite and the rod releases get to the rod as fast as you can and before you take it out of the rod holder reel as fast as you can until the slack is gone and the rod loads up with the fish then pick it up. At this point keep the tension on and have fun! Some spoons with treble hooks might increase your catch ratio as well, but I've caught plenty of Lakers on a barracuda reflecto spoon hand fishing copper wire when I was a kid. Anywho I hope this helps. I'm sure others will chime in here. Sent from my Pixel using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  3. Now If I can just get you out on it [emoji23]... Sent from my Pixel using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  4. Would you take $20? I'm local, can pick up. Sent from my Pixel using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  5. I can personally attest this boat is clean, turn key, and a fish catching machine. Capt Joe has spared no expense on any routine maintenance and the whole layout of this vessel is 100% well planned to maximize your time and fishing potential. You won't be disappointed although I will be a bit to see it go, good luck Joe! Sent from my Pixel using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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