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  1. Adjust the gain ,it tells you in the manual how to do it.
  2. Paul Powers boat ( RUKA) caught that Atlantic, pictures on his face book page.
  3. I installed an EV200 on my 25' Carolina Classic when they first became available. When I fired it up it knew where we were in fifteen minutes and hasn't missed a beat ever since, even in the A-Tom-Mik invitational last summer.
  4. That,s great news and the Tripple crown will live on.
  5. *** New Lowered Price *** This is a 3 year old fishfinder/gps mapping unit in great condition. Has always worked flawlessly. Simply upgrading to a different model. Originally paid $1400 in spring of 2010. Included: - power cord - transducer 200/50 khz - mounting bracket - screen protector - original box - user manuals $900.00 $750.00 call 315-430-1949 if interested.
  6. Tom, I work right down the street from Hiawatha Fasteners here in North Syracuse. If you want me to pick up some hardware I can do that. Should I pickup 4 of each of the above listed sizes? Also do they need matching nuts as well? Tom
  7. Tom: HOT WIRES crew will be there at 9:00 am.
  8. Fishing Report Your Name / Boat Name: HotWires ============== TRIP OVERVIEW ============== Date(s): 6/23/2012 Time on Water: 8 hours Weather/Temp: Beautiful sunshine and a little breezy Wind Speed/Direction: NW @ 15 Waves: 1-3 Surface Temp: 64 Location: Straight out from the Oswego Lighthouse LAT/LONG (GPS Cords): =============== FISHING RESULTS =============== Total Hits: 24 Total Boated: 17 Species Breakdown: All kings with 3 Steelhead mixed in Hot Lure: A-TOM-MIK files with Spin Doctors Trolling Speed: various Down Speed: 2.7 Boat Depth: Started at 215 eventually moved into 155 Lure Depth: 90 - 110 ==================== SUMMARY & FURTHER DETAILS ==================== Great day of fishing. Pre-fished on Friday and stumbled across a few decent sized fish right out front. The weather was for the most part going to stay consistent overnight so we figured we would start out where we were on Friday evening. Turned out to be the right choice. First fish on in 15 minutes, 6 fish box by 6:52. Continued to have great flurries of action throughout the day with only two lulls for the day around 9 and again at 11:30. With the wind, currents and waves, it made it a challenge to stay consistent on our presentation regarding speed and direction of travel. Lots of cranking the wheel and adjusting the throttle. As we all know how important that is because "Speed Kills". One thing that was nice about the breeze was that I think it must have kept the "bitey" flies away, no need for bug spray. We were taking fish all across the spread with dipseys, coppers and riggers all firing pretty equal. Everything was running pretty much in the 90-110 foot range. We were marking decent bait and fish at 212 fow in the morning. That kind of dried up and they seemed to have moved, a check out deeper didn't find them so eventually we moved into and settled into the 155-165 range and did another bunch of fish. The troll was primarily East-West unless there were traffic related turns. All in all it was a great day with a 17 out of 24 success rate. Broke off the trailing hook on a fly on a 500 copper that had the drag a little too tight. The hit felt like it was an absolute smasher but we will never know. The big fish was a 27.65 that was edged out for big fish of the day by 3 tenths of a pound. Our 6 fish box totaled 135.05 which worked out to be a first place finish and about a 12lb gap over second place. Amazing day. We would like to thank Tom Allen, Stephanie and everyone else that worked hard to put together another year of the A-TOM-MIK Challenge. Thanks. Team Hot Wires
  9. 4 Walker Electric downriggers - Long arms - Dual rod holders - Auto retrieve - Removed from old boat - 2 rights and 2 lefts - Willing to separate into pairs $375-pair or $650 for all 4 Call Lynn- 315-430-1949
  10. Team Hotwires will be there. See you then.
  11. This is probably not the best place to park your barge. Just captured these images off of the Oswego City views camera. Apparently the barge broke free during the storm.
  12. Nice seeing you at the Fairhaven Challenge yesterday. Congratulations on the win. Nice job.
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