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  1. $3,000 Great for Great Lakes or inland fishing or tubing. I don’t use it so it needs to go. Works fine mechanically, needs a couple hatches redone and some new carpet. It it will make a fine rig for anyone who wants to put a little work into it. PM if interested. It can be seen in Brockport NY
  2. Let mew know if he doesn't take them.May be interested?

  3. I have 2 that are in excellent shape. They've been in my basement for a while I got them from a friend. They have the twilly tip for using with wire. If you're interested I'll make you a heck of a deal.
  4. Please post pics Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  5. The radar is gone. It was picked up hours after this was posted. Sorry to all the interested parties.
  6. This is an awesome boat for a great price. One if the best handling rough water boat I've ever been on and fishes like a dream.
  7. If you want it its yours. Probably works was given to me like 10 years ago. The cable was cut and spliced. If you want to mess with it go for it. It has to be picked up, l live in the Brockport area.
  8. We'll be getting our fish on Weds, May 1 @ Noon, at Lakebreeze Marina. If anyone is able to help out, please come on out!
  9. I have the exact combination that you are referring to on my boat. One issue I have with the fishfinder is when you have a high downrigger (15 or 20 feet), sometimes it really seems to confuse the autogain feature on the fishfnder unit, resulting in a really hard to read screen. You can manually turn the gain down, but it's kind of a pain, The autopilot works great and the MFD units work fairly well, one thing you should be aware of is the number of cables you will need to purchase to tie everything together, you will easily spend another $300 or so to tie them all together. Availability of the cables last year was scarce and the customer service line from Raymarine wasn't particularly helpful. I am pleased with the units now that they are installed, but if I was to do it over again, I would take a hard look at Furuno. As for buying 2 of the 127 units? I don't think its worth the extra $$$ as it would only provide redundancy for the fishfinder if the fishfinder died. If that was the case, you would still need to physically swap the units out to connect the transducer cables. I don't think that level of redundancy is really needed to be honest. Feel free to PM me with any questions you might have, you're about to make a huge investment.
  10. Thanks for all that helped out on Saturday with the pens. It was great to see so many volunteers! We got it done quickly thanks to all the help. We will continue to need help once the fish get delivered, so if you would like to be put on the list please forward your contact information to: [email protected] If you're already getting emails about the pen rearing directly from Bob Songin, no need to respond, as we will combine the lists into one. Thanks again to everyone who came out to help! Mark Lewis
  11. Thanks for all that helped out on Saturday with the pens. It was great to see so many volunteers! We got it done quickly thanks to all the help. We will continue to need help once the fish get delivered, so if you would like to be put on the list please forward your contact information to: [email protected] If you're already getting emails about the pen rearing directly from Bob Songin, no need to respond, as we will combine the lists into one. Thanks again to everyone who came out to help! Mark Lewis
  12. First of all, thanks to the efforts of all who have kept the tourney going all these years, it’s quite a thankless job. But seeing as how you’ve asked…here are a couple thoughts I’ve had. 1) With over $30,000 on Prize Money to distribute, you could have really put the Orleans County area on the map with a $20K or $25K guaranteed first place prize last year. Then spread the remaining money over the next four or even 9 teams. Teams seems to be attracted to the potential big payout as is exhibited by the tourneys that are either growing or “at-capacity“ around the lake (Wilson Invitational and Tight lines are prime examples). 2) The open division is a great concept and allows people from all different skill levels to participate, it seems that there are some good points regarding how the prizes are distributed and the scoreboard is displayed that could be acted on without a whole lot of effort. Perhaps an Open Division coordinator of some sort could solely be responsible for the Open division, so it isn’t treated as an afterthought, but a separate, distinct contest. 3) The Classic & Trophy division 1 - Day, 2-Day and Overall concept waters down the event. If you want to be a 1 day contest, be one. Want to be a 5 fish contest? Be one. Want to be the type of event that got most folks’ adrenaline pumping in years past? Be a two-day single division tourney. If you want to make it awesome again make it no communication. Having 60 checks for 33 entrants is just crazy. Paying out 63% of the field? ? Not to compare what we do to the Olympics, BUT if 63% of Olympians won medals there would have been over 6,500 medals given out last summer, no one would care and the medals would be meaningless. Let’s please go back to the days when there is a clear winner of the contest rather than 63% of entrants being “winners.†The successful tourneys have a large grand prize, period. 4) You could potentially LOWER the entry fee, (and possibly attract more participation) if you adopted a steeper payout of the prize structure. Make it very top heavy, no one enters these things to get second place anyway…after that it’s really only about bragging rights. 5) Whatever is decided should be communicated as quickly as possible so teams can make plans. 6) If these decisions continue to be made without the particpants’ (customers) wants considered, there will be an awful lot of room in the weight station line next year. LOOK AT THE TOURNEYS THAT HAVE FLOURISHED IN THE BAD ECONOMY, see what they have in common and adopt (or re-adopt) the rules which made the contests successful. 7) Why are they still called Pro-Ams? Again, only giving the feedback because you asked thanks again for all the efforts in the past, hopefully these contests will start growing again.
  13. If the weather is good I'm sure you'll have a great day. Was there yesterday and there were mature Salmon out there in good quantities. It's my preferred place to fish this time of year as I really don't like boat traffic a ton. We usually set up about 8 miles out and troll North. The one thing I've noticed out there is to fish the graph a lot. It seems that fish come out of temp out there a lot more than in close. So if you see something 50 down and your temp gauge tells you it's too warm, put something there anyway and it might go. Sometimes its worth it to burn a bit more gas and get away from the pack, been out there many times this year and have done well each time. Good luck!
  14. Tourney committee has done an excellent job getting the postings out there. They have been available for quite a while at http://www.lakeontarioproam.net/results/
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