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  1. Bass Tracker Pro 17 equipped with Cannon down riggers, Cannon rod holders, Humminbird fish finders, live well, bulge pump, 2 batteries, 2 six gallon fuel tanks, 45lb thrust Motor Guide trolling motor, 3 storage compartments, Re-powered with a 40hp Evenrude E-tec outboard motor along with many other upgrades. The boat has been extremely well cared for and stored inside. You will not be disappointed. 8,000.00 - you can call me for a quick reply 585-354-4075 thanks, Greg

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  2. I use a .270 savage and I have used it for white tail, mule deer, bear, antelope & caribou with 100% success, it is flat shooting and very accurate. My hunting buddies use a 30.06 and have had the same success so go with whichever one feels most comfortable for you. Good luck and have fun!


  3. Went out for the first time this year with my buddy who has not fished the lake in about 20 years so we had no big expectations, we went out to about 120 just west and did nothing then headed east and fished about the same depth and caught 1 Laker down 35 on a chrome and pink Bomber about 8lbs then had one rigger fire but lost the fish. On a whim thought I would try moving in to 60-80 ft about 1 mile west of the creek, caught the laker down 62 over 80 on a bloody nose spoon and the King 42 down over 80 on a Watermelon spoon. (see pics attached) Caught these fish just before the wind picked up out of the NE. Went 3 for 4 and had a ball!

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  4.  ArcticCat 2003 450 4X4 Automatic with only 771 miles 3400.00, runs great no issues or problems, this machine has great ground clearance perfect for hunting, work or just riding, it comes complete with a new battery, weather / trailering cover, Koplin storage box, gun rack and saddle bag storage. It comes with a nice trailer, that has a rear drop down gate for easy loading & unloading, new wheels and tires along with a wheel stand  I will throw in the ratchet straps and bungy cords. You can reply on this site, call or text 585-354-4075 ask for Greg.

    I have dropped the price to 3400.00 with the trailer, I have to sell it because I'm moving and have no where to keep it, if your interested you can call me or text at 585-354-4075 thank you Greg


  5. let me put another twist to the subject. A guy on your boat catches and keeps an illegal fish. Do you get the ticket or does he?

    good fishing and tight lines.

    I had that happen on my  boat, the warden did not ask who owned the boat, he wanted to know who hooked it and reeled it in and that is who got the ticket. The fish was 1/8 inch short (walleye) we told him to throw it back but........ yours was a great answer


  6.  ArcticCat 2003 450 4X4 Automatic with only 771 miles 3400.00, runs great no issues or problems, this machine has great ground clearance perfect for hunting, work or just riding, it comes complete with a new battery, weather / trailering cover, Koplin storage box, gun rack and saddle bag storage. It comes with a nice trailer, that has a rear drop down gate for easy loading & unloading, new wheels and tires along with a wheel stand  I will throw in the ratchet straps and bungy cords. You can reply on this site, call or text 585-354-4075 ask for Greg.

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  7. Use 3/4 inch marine ply wood, put 3 coats of water seal on both sides and the edges, put the carpet down with good contact cement. Remember to use a sharp razorblade when cutting the carpet making sure that you cut the carpet with 1 cut each time (this is very important) so the carpet does not unravel, I use only 1 or 2 cuts with the blade before going to a new one. Good luck!


  8. I have a CVA and have used powerbelts with triple 7 and 209 primers for many years, have shot (killed) many deer with them and have not lost one to date , I think the farthest a deer has gone before going down is about 50 yards, the only down side I have with them is that I have yet to find a blood trail so there have been some anxious moments. I have considered trying some other types because of the lack of a blood trail but I'm a chicken when it comes to changing something that works. All guns shoot ammo different so try different ammo combinations and use what is most accurate in yours as they will all work if you put the shot in the right place.

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  9. I'm glad that I have not run into any charter boat captains like that out of Oak orchard as they seem like real good guys, If that situation had happened to me I would have been back at the dock waiting with a DEC officer for sure! there is no reason for that type of thing to go on and I'm afraid that if it goes un-reported that this idiot will continue to do this type of thing. I'm also thinking that if he keeps it up that he might just run into someone who is a little bigger and badder back at the dock who will straighten his ass out. LooseEeye's advice of fishing out of the pack is good advice!


  10. About 5 years ago I completely stripped out the interior of my boat, carpet, floors, seats, wiring, console, everything... I replaced the main floor and casting decks with 3/4 inch marine plywood (also 3 coats of water proofing) I also used all stainless screws to attach the floor. I purchased the highest grade marine carpet that I could find and attached it to the wood floor with a commercial grade rubber cement. I did the project over the winter as it did take a lot of time cutting and fitting the carpet around the seat boxes, livewells, console, lids etc... my project still looks like new after 5 years.  One trick that I did learn was when cutting the carpet use a new blade every cut or 2 and make sure that you cut through on the first cut, by doing this the carpet will not unravel at the edges and save you time and money, I would think linolium might be slippery when wet but I'm not sure. I bought a new cover for the boat from Bass Pro 4 years ago and its holding up well, I store it inside all winter but it sits outside with the cover on it from April until November I think it cost around 150.00. As far as your motor goes I can tell you that I had a 1972 Chrysler 55 hp many years ago that ran like a top, I sold that boat and motor to a guy in Albion NY 18 years ago and he is still running it today. Good luck with your project! any questions that you may have give me a shout .  585-354-4075 or reply on this site.


  11. Wind south 10 mph turning north west waves 1 foot or less with some patchy fog early, I'm sorry can't give you an updated fishing report as I have not been out in over a week, the last time that I was out I caught fish in the 85 to 120 ft range, I fished the bottom and caught a bunch of Lakers (some real nice ones) on black & silver magnum spoons. as you know things may have changed since then. Good luck!

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