Peave

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About Peave

  • Birthday 03/01/1959

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    West Monroe, NY
  • Interests
    Fishing, snowmobiling, motorcycling, shooting, drinking, home projects
  • Home Port
    Trailer to where the fish are
  • Boat Name
    Margaret Ann

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  1. The inside diameter is approximately 3/16". They come with the shrink tubing you see in the plastic container which can increase the diameter of the rod tip if needed. I did not use any of them.
  2. 3 Torpedo Roller Guide Rod Tips I have three Torpedo Roller Guide Rod Tips for sale. All are lightly used and in great shape. All three for $50 plus $5 shipping to USA Great Lakes locations. As you can see from the picture I paid $32.99 each for them and they list for up to $40 each. Can do PayPal. Thanks.
  3. Thanks Brian, Pete and Mark. It was an excellent discussion. Really appreciate how much of your knowledge and experience you are willing to share. Well done!!!
  4. Thanks for the link Landshark. I submitted a request on line and got a call back the same day. The examiner is coming to my house this weekend to inspect my boat. Can't beat that!
  5. 4 Ugly Stik Dipsy Diver Rods I am selling 4 Ugly Stik dipsy diver rods Model BWDD 1100. All are in good shape 10 foot, Medium Heavy action with Twili Tips. $40 each plus shipping or you pick up. I live near Central Square, NY. I prefer to sell all four at once so I'd take $140 for all of them. I could also arrange to deliver them to you at the ELOSTA flea market event March 11.
  6. I have four Ugly Stik diver rods I would sell. Model BWDD 1100. All are in good shape 10 foot, Medium Heavy action with Twili Tips. $40 each plus shipping or you pick up. I live near Central Square. Prefer to sell all four so I'd take $140 for all of them.
  7. On wire dipseys I have both 600 and 700. 700 are a lot faster bringing in long lines. 600s are lighter. Still have not decided which I like better overall. Changing drags on the 700 and 800 reels is worthwhile, inexpensive and easy to do. Wish the 800 had more capacity as 600 copper is too much for it so had to go with Okuma Soltera which is like using a boat winch
  8. The problem is a Federal judge issued a ruling this past Spring that legally stopped the ability of the DEC and similar organizations in other states, from oiling eggs or killing double breasted cormorants in an attempt to control their population. A terrible decision which the DEC and others are trying to get changed. Unfortunatly, for now, their hands are tied and all they can do is harass birds. Here is a brief explaination of what happened: http://www.newyorkupstate.com/outdoors/2016/05/federal_court_ruling_halts_nys_lethal_cormorant_control_practices.html I suggest we all write letters of support for ongoing cormorant control to our elected officials, state & federal agencies, etc. That's what I did anyway. It may help and can't hurt.
  9. Question on the rules... once the team has caught and kept 6 fish are we "boxed out" for the tourney or can we still upgrade, assuming we are under our legal limit for the boat?
  10. Pre fishing for the Atommik Invitational today got this monster on a 400 copper meat rig. Didn't weigh or measure before releasing but estimate it was 20+. For reference I am 6'2" and shall we say large . Too bad the LOC ended last week[emoji53]
  11. Thanks Matt and everyone else who helped put this event on. Excellent job! Not my first tourney but first time as captain. We were thrilled about our 6th place finish in AM. We'll be back next year!
  12. 100% agree that Hank is the man!
  13. Is this the NOOA site you were looking for originally? http://www.nws.noaa.gov/om/marine/zone/gtlakes/bufmz.htm