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DJ 17

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  1. This boat is an outstanding and clean Multi-species rig.  From trolling on the Finger lakes, Ontario and Erie to chasing panfish, it can do it all.  Also a great family boat to pull the kids on a tube or skis.

    This boat 17'10 long and has a 94" beam, has the 2XB hull and is powered by 115 E-tec. It has a 38 gallon fuel tank, 2 lighted live wells and lots of storage; including an eight tube rod locker and two battery storage compartment in the bow. This is a very stable and safe platform that tops out at 35 mph.  The boat sits on a '08 Shorelander trailer with spare tire, surge brakes, boat buckles and a swing away tongue. Tires were new last year.

     

    Included with the boat are:

    Lowrance LMS-522c-iGPS fish finder that is hooked up to a transducer switch at the helm that can change between the stern transducer or hook up to a bow mount trolling motor as well.

    2 Penn Fathom master 600 downriggers. w/ weights and boom mount rod holders

    Lowrance Marine radio model LVR-250 w/ antenna. 

    Minn-Kota 2 bank on-board charger (mounted under dash and wired to the bow battery compartment).

    2 removable triple trees.

    2 gimbal mounts

    AM/FM Stereo/CD player w/  MP3/USB hook ups.

    Bimini top w/ boot. 

    8  removable scotty rocket launcher style rod holders mounted in the gunnels on each side.

     

    Also pictured and included with the sale (see gear picture):

    Extra Penn Fathom master 600 Downrigger

    Amish outfitters trolling bag

    4 scotty cradle style rod holders w/ extensions

    4 extra scotty mounting posts

    2 4 foot trailer guide posts with mounting brackets

    2 scotty flush mounts

    Down rigger releases: 3 chamberlains (NIB) and 4 cannons

    Landing net

    Anchor w/ rope

    Life jackets and throwable cushions

    Box of various j-plugs, flashers/dodgers and flies

    Cover for boat and motor (not fancy)

    Partial bottle of XD-100 oil

     

    You can winterize this motor yourself in minutes. Manual is included.

    It has been professionally maintained and is stored in my pole barn.

     

    Asking $16,500.

     

    Please call (518)-nine 2 nine-1963 with any questions.

     

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  2. 12 hours ago, Brian said:


    Just my 2 cents and everyone has their own style, but I would invest in a set of inline planer boards. I prefer wide wobble baits like reef runner, bomber, cordell stingers, and bay rat xld.Well tuned and fish the marks and I always run one high in the water column. My biggest fish almost always come on the highest line, even in deep water.even in 40 fow I will run one line in the 12-14 ft range. 30 years of meticulous notes on Oneida has also taught me that faster trolls produce bigger fish. So I would start there for what it,s worth. Like I said everyone fishes there own way.also might want to download the precision trolling app. The dive curves are very close.


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    Thanks Brian. I have trolled for eyes on Erie so I think I have most of the gear, just not sure about stick bait patterns etc... perch, gizzard shad, and goby would be a few guesses I would probably try?  My in lines are the older ones so they do not have the spring loaded strike indicator flags so small fish that hang on can be a pain at times.  We also seemed to do better on Erie with a faster troll. Seemed to be less bycatch.  Some days we ran up to 3.0 on the GPS. 

  3. I've never trolled on Onieda. I have jigged but would like to possibly troll.  What would be a good starting point as far as stickbait styles and colors?  You guys run leadcore, snap weights, jet divers?

  4. We can rant all we want to vent our frustration.  When you start to take it out on each other it defeats the purpose.  We all know the only way to see a possibility of change is to write to your local legislator and voice your opinion.  Obviously, it won't be an immediate change but if enough voices are heard then there is a possibility of change.  Then it is up to us to police ourselves and social distance at the launch and not make a huge deal about it.  Its not an easy fix.  Fight through it and persevere.  

  5. On ‎4‎/‎7‎/‎2017 at 3:15 PM, bobpugh said:

    If you like Sitka gear, check out www.pnumaoutdoors.com   Half the price as Sitka and similar price to Kuiu.  Lifetime guarantee and twice the vapor exchange rate as any brand on the market.  Means less cold due to sweating.  I bought the Selkirk all weather gear.  Fantastic. 

    X2 I bought the Selkirk Jacket and Bibs and am very happy so far.  Waterproof, windproof and light weight.

  6. 3 hours ago, Miss em said:

    I picked up a 6.5 Creedmoor Mesa for my son at Christmas.  5/8" groups at 162 yards with the Winchester Accubond LRs.  Tried the Hornady Precision Hunters also and the Winchesters were just slightly better.Haven't messed with any handloads yet.  Nice hunting rifle for sure. 

     Glad to hear it is a shooter.  If you don't mind me asking, did you look into any other rifles?  Looking at all possible options. Also, did you consider the mesa long range?  If I pull the trigger on this it will be more of a dedicated long range rig for targets or from a blind, not something I need to hike around with.

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