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orangediablo

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    Buffalo
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    Oak Orchard
  • Boat Name
    Rigger Mortis

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  1. Just get one of the saws posted above. Worth every penny. Sent from my SM-G965U using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  2. Tx-44 sold. Walleye board and flag still available Sent from my SM-G965U using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  3. TX-44 $30 Walleye board PORT side with flag kit $40 Located in Buffalo, will be at the Oak this weekend, and travel to NW PA quite a bit if you want to meet face to face
  4. I have a FoxPro XR6 i'll let go cheap
  5. There is a guy in Buffalo who has worked on a bunch of my reels. If you're local, shoot me a pm
  6. ttt. Hopefully find the owner Sent from my SM-G965U using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  7. Found a church board today floating around, but there are no markings on it. If you lost one, tell me what side and approximately where you lost it. Sent from my SM-G965U using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  8. Dipsies out 220-240. was using 350 and 450 copper, but those weren't producing nearly as well as the others. Plus a 6# steelie isn't worth the effort of running a copper IMO
  9. Heard the bite was out deep, so left the dock around 6 and set up at the 28 line. Was a slow pick for the first few hours with a few steelies and small kings. When the sun finally popped out, game on. Steelies were on fire, decent kings mixed in the next few hours. We kept the point pointed north, ended up at the 35 line, did a 180 and worked the same line back. After 8am, there was never a dull moment. Riggers were on firs with a dipsies doing the rest. We pulled our copper as it wasn't producing much, and was getting in the way, and just ran 5 lines the last few hours. We ended the day 20/29 with three doubles and a triple with 4 kings over 20 and 2 steelies over 9#. Rest were cookie cutter mix. Good spoons were pink/orange stinger as a slider, UV Blue mixed veggies, on riggers 65-110, white spinny with Studd or hammer flies out 220-240 I had work do to around the house the next day, so couldn't make it out for the morning bite. Heard from a buddy the bite was close, so gathered who I could to fish the evening. Started out around 5pm east of port 90-130, and was a slower pick, which was fine considering I had two people on the boat who weren't too experienced. Took at 24# 350 copper/Blue Tux and a 27# on FF, and a few smaller kings on riggers 65-90 down, ended the day 5/6. It's Monday and already ready for next weekend!
  10. Something I learned this weekend it so check OFTEN the screw that holds the rigger to the base (with the black nob).Found out last week our was unscrewed halfway. Time for loctite.
  11. where are you located?
  12. Here's a good video. Like most knots, practice, practice, practice. get two different colored/kinds of line, maybe around 30lb mono, or even two kinds of thin rope to get a 'big picture' and concept down. I use this knot when it's too much of a PITA to use a 30 or 40lb SPRO and palomar knots
  13. remove 6-8" of lead and uni to uni knot to backer. doesn't matter if braid or mono
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