cook

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Home Port
    Franklin, Pennsylvania
  • Boat Name
    Cookie Cutter
  1. Wanted

    I can ship, looks like shipping will be an additional $20.00 for the pair. So the total will be $60.00, will that work? Both weights are in good shape, if you would like me to send you photos I will, just let me know.
  2. Wanted

    I have two 10 pounds that I can part with, how about $40.00 for the pair. I live in PA but will be heading to the Oak this weekend for a 10 day fishing and camping trip, maybe able to meet up to save on shipping?
  3. I would take the three 47's and any slide diver that is a light bite. If they are still available.
  4. Interested in the reel, I sent a text to the number listed. If you can text me back or email me at [email protected]
  5. I would like to sell my Lowrance X65 sonar. This machine is in great condition, I needed to upgrade to a Lowrance that had GPS features. The X65 comes with transducer and original paperwork. $100.00 and I will pay for shipping.
  6. I have a paypal account, haven't used it in sometime, so I need to know who to send payment to.
  7. Currently I'm out of town need to know how you want payment. Never did this before. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  8. I will take the lot for $50.00 which includes shipping.
  9. How about $50 and I will pay for shipping. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  10. Headed to the Oak for the first trip of the fishing season, left Franklin, PA for Erie to hook up the boat, then drove I90 east. Looking at the ice on Lake Erie, it was a pleasure to see open water Saturday morning. We talked to two nice gentlemen from the Poconos who fished Friday and said start at the pump house and head west to Johnson's Creek, so that is what we did. The air temp was 38 when we left the dock and the water outside the oak was 40. Set up two down-riggers with small spoons 70 feet back 5 feet down and two flat lines with long stick baits. The fish hit immediately with the first thee never reaching the net. My wife asked if today could be a catch and release day so I agreed. Once we got closer to Johnson's the rods kept moving. Overall, we released 18 browns and 2 coho's. Headed in around 2:30 to get some food at the Black North. For the first trip of the new season, it could not have been better.
  11. Sold / Closed

    Do you have any of the 47lc left?
  12. I keep a ziploc bag in the boat for each lamprey because the Science teacher I work with loves to dissect them with her students!!
  13. Thanks Paul. If we can't get out tomorrow, we will be ready for Thursday morning.