snox49x

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  1. Sold pending payment.
  2. Fish On Sports Uni Arch Captains Package Anodized aluminum arch 8 Clamp on adjustable aluminum rod holders 2 quick swivel rod holders Net holder Spreader light brackets Radar mounting pad Also included are additional quick release knobs for easily folding arch down for storage as well as mounting wedges and backing plates. Arch is adjustable for mounting width to fit most boats. Can also be mounted on the deck or side of a cabin/side wall. Link to Fish on Sports website for full details: http://www.fishonsports.com/captians-package.html Arch is brand new, never been installed. I bought it for a project boat that I was building but changed directions a bit and no longer will be needing it. Located in Mumford NY. Willing to meet buyer part way for delivery. Asking $900. Call or text Tom 585-749-0621
  3. Made the trip to Wilson on Sunday to try to find a derby fish. Got a bit of a late start but with a calm lake, made the run west toward the bar. Fished 180-200 fow near the drop most of the day and did well on kings and lakers. Had some issues keeping some kings hooked up but ended up landing and releasing 9 kings and 5 or 6 lakers. Lost 5 other kings (assuming they were kings by the runs they took) as well. All spoon bite other than one lost screamer and a laker on a SD/fly. No real standouts today spoon wise, but a slide diver out 250 and a 300 copper were the most consistent producers. In the end no derby fish (all kings between 12-18lbs) but another great day on the water other than the bugs that finally chased us off about 1pm.
  4. Got a chance to take my brother out Tuesday am. Headed straight out of the bay and set up in 40' heading east and it didn't take long to find what we were looking for. Before all the rods were set we were doubled up on kings. A pair of spring kings in a small boat with two people and a decent chop=excitement!! We landed them both and continued to work the same water for the rest of the morning til we got blown off around 11. Ended up with 13 bites and managed to land them all. 10 kings, 2 coho, and a laker. Watermelon and purple alewife Stingray spoons fished on slide divers were the hot ticket for us this am.
  5. Complete 3.0 4cylinder OMC engine and Cobra outdrive. This was running when removed from an '87 Starcraft Islander. This is a complete engine and drive including engine, carb, exhaust, wiring, steering brackets, transom bracket assy, outdrive, tilt and trim cylinders and pump, etc. $600/offer. ?? Located in Mumford, NY.
  6. 43 gal aluminum belly tank. Was removed from a 19' Starcraft Islander. Some light corrosion but does not leak. Overall good shape. 52"x24"x11". $150. Located in Mumford, NY.
  7. Like new aluminum kicker motor bracket. Was mounted on boat but never used. Rated for 15hp. $75. Located in Mumford, NY.
  8. Pair of older manual Cannon downriggers. Newer cables. $50 for the pair. Located in Mumford, NY.
  9. Paul, Is this a skin mount or a replica? Sent from my ADR6300 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  10. The landfill in RIga will take it, as well as Alpco recycling in Macedon. Should cost you around $100 to dispose of it.
  11. We were greeted with a stiff NW wind in the AM and it made for a bit of a bumpy ride but we gave it a shot. Set up a 6 rod spread in 80 fow with a decent screen but couldn't get them to go. We trolled north without moving a rod until we were over 500 fow. We found some fish out there and would land 3 nice steelhead and two kings before my buddy had to be back to the dock by noon. 35' rigger took 3 of the fish with the other two coming in a 300 copper and a 10 color core. The fleas were brutal and were covering everything, lines, cables, releases, even the hooks on our spoons and flies were covered.
  12. I run a 10 color on a Daiwa Sealine 50 with 250 yards of 50lb power pro backing. It just fits.