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  1. Seneca dead fish

    I wonder what impact the proposed incinerator would have if built? Based on what I've read, it would draw 445,000 gallons from Seneca per day and discharge into Reeder Creek. http://www.newyorkupstate.com/news/2017/12/seneca_county_trash_incinerator_army_depot_romulus_garbage.html
  2. Cayuga Cayuga 8/30

    Looks like an awesome trip!
  3. Lost a Sutton 44 on Cayuga today

    Sutton started making the 44's again earlier this year. I've read varying reviews about he quality of the plating, but you may be able to replace the lost one without spending a fortune on ebay.
  4. Cayuga help

    Are you running sliders? This year is the first that I've even had moderate success with silver fish (on Seneca) and free sliders, trolled fast, took 90% of the silvers we boated.
  5. Nice Laker on Cayuga

    Awesome fish, congrats! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Hughes 8-10-17 What a Day!

    Great report. Looks like his 'lucky' shorts had the desired effect. He sacrificed his body for the greater good!!!
  7. Seneca short trip

    Very cool Ed! Great to see you're on the browns again. I remember a few years ago, you seemed to be posting pics of beautiful browns on a daily basis.
  8. Hello Everyone

    Cool video!
  9. Prayer Request

    All the best! Stay positive and strong! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Fishhawk Calibration

    Thanks Guys! I reached out to Trevor at FishHawk and this was his response: "Typically the mechanical surface speed will show faster than your probe speed and SOG due to the fact that the water moving under your hull is accelerating as it travels the length of the boat. You can opt to calibrate that if you wish, or you can leave it at factory zero. Transducer location plays a role also. Mechanical speed as we use it is not absolute, but is 100% repeatable. Using your probe speed as a reference point, it doesn't matter if the number is 2.0 or 200 - knowing what the probe speed is at the time of the strike and then duplicating that number is the important thing. "
  11. Fishhawk Calibration Have any Fishhawk owners ever had to calibrate your probes? Yesterday, I dropped my X4 probe about two feet below the surface and compared the speed the probe was reporting (at the ball) to the speed being reported at the surface. Considering the probe was at the same depth as the surface paddle wheel, I expected both the surface and probe speeds to be identical. Surprisingly, the surface speed was consistently .6 to .9 mph faster than the probe speed. I repeated the test multiple times, both with and against the current, and the result were consistent. Thoughts? Thanks, Brad
  12. Alaska Trip 6/28/17-7/9/17 pic heavy

    Incredible pictures! I went last year and can't wait to go back. Thanks for posting!
  13. Seneca 7-11

    You're definitely locked in! Seems to be proof to me that, if you know what you're doing and spend enough time on the water, there's still plenty of fish to be caught in Seneca.
  14. Grand Slam on Cayuga today

    Beautiful color on that brown. Sounds like a great day on the water. Say hello to Mark for me. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. Results national derby?

    Beautiful fish Brett! Your time on the water was definitely rewarded. You guys are locked in this year! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk