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orangediablo

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    Rigger Mortis

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  1. I keep em on there until one of em gets bent, then swap it out
  2. Seconds Sent from my SM-G965U using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  3. Did it a bunch of times on private boats, charter teams, and consistent high placing tourney teams. Learned something every trip out. Like others have said, there will be teams posting here looking for observers.
  4. Depends if you plan on catching a lot of big fish or a few little fish
  5. Looking for a sg47lca or sg47lcb. Bonus points if it already has Tuna's power handle.
  6. Lemon ice, blue tuxedo, RV Hulk and pirate fire tiger had it's days. Sent from my SM-G965U using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  7. I use his 12# with the same riggers. If I want to do deeper than 130ish, I throw on the 16#ers
  8. It's mid-Feb and just starting(ish) to get ice coverage, and quite later than normal. I can't imagine the ice will get too thick. Taking a peek at the future temps, looks to be a slight warmup after the weekend.
  9. Join the club Sent from my SM-G965U using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  10. How about 1000 primers too [emoji16] Sent from my SM-G965U using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  11. If I buy the 6mm or 257 bob, dies, i'll have an excuse to buy a new rifle.....
  12. We had good luck this year with 10" flashers with longer leads on meat or flies. One more thing to add to the arsenal
  13. x5 on mix. I have yet to go through my logs from last year to see which put more fish on the boat. Like reelintense mentioned, more variables than just type of flasher
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