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  1. Heres my take on it, because it has happened several times to me. It all depends on your troll speed to boat distance, if say you are creeping along at 1.5 to 2 and a boat behind you is cruising along trolling at 3 to 3.5 he will eventually they will come up behind you. And if that is the case he must change his course to allow you to continue trolling. slower vessel has the right away and you shouldn't move. But then there is always my favorite scenario. This one move happens a lot, you have a boat in front of you and your are at a good distance away from the other vessel when you see them hook up and then the googin move comes into play. They reel the fish in and then throttle up and circle back as fast as they can to go back over the same spot and now your almost on top of them. and they just screwed you because now you must drop your speed or worse drop to neutral ( which in shallow water means you will snag your lures on bottom ) so no choice but to throttle up and try to pass the googins and get back into your trolling depth. That is why a lot of people get tired of it and head to deeper water when there is to many boats in shallow.. at all cost to avoid the googins
  2. bobbyg470

    1985 Grady Trophy Pro 257

    No , I was posting this for my brother. He decided to keep it for now and took add down Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  3. https://worcester.craigslist.org/boa/5755985808.html 1985 Grady White Trophy Pro 257. LOA 26'4" beam 9'6" RE-POWERED in 2010 with Twin Yamaha F150 4 stroke motors with SS props and seasense hydraulic steering. Motors have 100 hours and run perfect. Very clean boat. Top speed 40 mph. RDS aluminum 150 gallon gas tank with trident fuel lines installed in 2013. Full canopy enclosure. Radar arch with six rocket launcher rod holders. Teak trim also re-finished. Bennet trim tabs. ELECTRONICS: Furuno VX2 1824C NavNet GPS/RADAR with MSD/NAV+W card, Furuno FCV-585 Sounder with Airmar TM270W ducer, Raymarine A70d GPS/Sounder with P66 ducer, VHF's: ICOM, Standard Horizon Matrix AIS+ and a handheld. LIGHTING: Stern, anchor, lower deck lights and LED bow light, Lumitec CAPRERA2 White/Red L.E.D. overhead deck lights, Guest Beamer Spot/Flood Light w/Joystick control. ELECTRICAL: Charles 15 amp battery charger, 4 Interstate Marine batteries / 2 cranking and 2 house installed in 2014. Yamaha isolator lead for second battery charging installed with additional HG anchor marine wiring and HD Marinco bus bars. Rule bilge pumps installed forward and aft with independent high water alarm. STORAGE: LOTS!! Large below deck compartment, cabinets and shelf. Also has live well, fresh water sink, bait boxes, fish box, saltwater wash-down and bait cutting board. COMES WITH: Fenders, anchor line & chain, anchoring puller, boat lines, throw ring, USCG approved life jackets. EXTRAS: 2 Taco outrigger poles, 2 Aftco gafs, Aftco hook remover, harpoon, Scotty downrigger. Boat was used only in fresh water until 1998, no bottom paint, original hull and trailer stored year round. Never berthed or moored in salt water. TRAILER: 2000 Performance aluminum custom bunk style trailer with surge break system, SS disc brakes and LED lighting. Comes with a new spare rotor, hub and one set of break pads.
  4. Well that west wind should help with the fishing once it settles down
  5. Just got back from fair haven , fished Monday to wed the weather was perfect but the winds were not on our side. We were hoping for west or NW winds but the winds turned NNE and fishing was tough. We did catch fish biggest was 15 lb lot of smaller kings. Currents were kind of crazy but fishable. Fished from 75 feet to 335 feet best fishing was before sun came up and then moved out to 275 feet 90 to 120 down. All the hits came off riggers with spoons
  6. Great video!! Thanks for sharing
  7. looks like you guys had a great day!! nice catch
  8. bobbyg470


    WOW!! that is a beauty, congrats
  9. I run the outside rod, right down the to the board 75-100 feet out then I run the inside rod about 50-60 feet midway down the planer board line. As far as spoons that depends on the size of your spoons and on how deep you are fishing. if you are in shallow you wont need anything but the weight of the spoon sometimes. if your running deeper then a split shot added to the line will be enough to get it down. I sometimes will use my down riggers set 4 feet down in shallow and run small stinger spoons off the ball 50 feet back
  10. thanks for the update, we are heading up Monday I hope the fishing improves.
  11. Old man winter is hanging on .. But it's going to turn fast enough