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  1. Not sure you may have to check with Yankee Troller I think he gets royalties on every sea sick wobbler sold.
  2. BUMP Sunday only at the show. Find us at the LOTSA Booth. Cash only please.
  3. Most sticks 3 for $10. Flashers 3 for $20. New spoons 3 for $10. Used spoons 4 for $10. everything will get cheaper later in the day, we don't plan on leaving with much. also plan on having a free bin of misc tackle, take what you want with a donation to LOTSA.
  4. No sorry all the tackle will be sold at the Show on the Sunday.
  5. Huge Tackle Sale Guys we have a boatload of new and used tackle we will be selling at the Greater Niagara Fishing Show. ON SUNDAY ONLY at the LOTSA booth. Everything will be priced to sell and get cheaper as the day goes on. Over 2000 spoons and 100’s of Flashers and fly’s, many still in original packaging. Lots of unique old school stuff as well. A bunch of Miscellaneous items so please stop by and check it out. Attached are just some of the pics. The following items I would like to pre-sale but pick up will only be on Sunday at the show. Please PM if interested. Everything else will be first come first serve. Pair Big Jon Otter Boards double keel - $250 (SOLD) Mustang Large tall Float Suit - $100 (SOLD) Fish Hawk TD (New) - $100 (SOLD) Moor Sub Troll (New) - $225 (SOLD) Minn Kota 80lb Thrust trolling Moter - $250 (SOLD)
  6. Posting for a friend. If interested please contact through the ad. Keep in mind price is in Cdn $ http://www.kijiji.ca/v-powerboat-motorboat/st-catharines/21-5-trophy-bayliner/1175125474?enableSearchNavigationFlag=true
  7. Much respect. Great couple of weeks guys. Darryl Day Silver Junkies
  8. This was posted on pullers...thought some of our US friends would want to get in on this. Sweet 1st place prize up for grabs! SIMRAD would like to introduce the CANADIAN KINGS CUP, the highest honour among tournament fishermen. Be the team to hoist the cup for the 2015 season! Here is the format of this competition: •Entry fee = $250 Canadian dollars Scoring will be determined using the 4 major Canadian tournaments: •Spring KOTL will be broken down into 2 single scoring days of a 5 fish box •June Tightlines will be a single day event using a 6 fish box score •August Tightlines will be a single day event using a 6 fish box score •Fall KOTL will be only the Saturday score of a 5 fish box •From 5 possible scores, the worst score can be dropped or use all 4 scores if an event is missed. PRIZES The prize structure will be 100% cash pay back as well as: •1st place will be awarded 50% of the cash entries and Simrad’s NSS12 EVO2 and a 4G Radar •2nd prize will be 30% of cash entries (additional prizes TBA) •3rd prize will be the remaining 20% of cash entries (additional prizes TBA) •There will then be a single, one-day fish off on the Sunday of the Fall tournament for the qualifiers with top box taking the single prize We have many other great prizes from our sponsors that will be announced when we go live with the website in the coming weeks. **** The entrants (captains) are able to fish on any boat or have interchanging teammates as long as he is the one that carries the team name and the scoring throughout the series. In the event of the captain not being able to attend the tournament, 2 members of the original team in the Spring can carry the scores. Contact and Questions can be sent to: [email protected]
  9. Congrats to Team Screamer and the rest that cashed. Tough fishing has been a familiar theme this year. Dave and crew are having a heck of a year, hope to see you guys in the fall KOTL.
  10. We generally see close to 50/50 split off the Niagara up until early Aug. By the middle of Aug this drops to under 5% natural fish. Who knows these may even be fish that were missed by the clipping machine. I would be surprised if there is much natural reproduction off the Niagara. However it is encouraging to see how much natural reproduction is going on at Salmon River and along the North Shore.
  11. Would like to bring a few rules to the forefront that I was hoping could be brought up at the Capt meeting on the 11th. With the fishing as good as it is these rules need to be clear as there is a good chance they could come into play. A) Can the observers fish limits be used if they have a valid Cdn or NY Lic? B) If you are fishing US waters and have reached your limit of fish can you then enter Cdn waters and continue to cull your box with the remaining two fish per angler? (Not even sure this is legal....some of you charter guys may be able to clarify) Thanks in Advance, Darryl
  12. Welcome the increase to $1000 and bigger payouts. Personally I don't like more money thrown into a Big Fish Friday. Bit of a luck fest. Besides many teams don't beat up their water on Friday and rather spend the time searching and eliminating water. I think it would be better spent giving 11th through 15th their money back. Darryl Silver Junkies
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