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    Marcellus, NY
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    Otisco Lake

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  1. One time reduction to $95 each picked up. Will start posting on other sites this weekend. Thanks.
  2. Sorry, these are the only rods to go. I am in Marcellus, not far from Otisco.
  3. Long story short, family health issues have kept me from hunting and fishing as I would like so I have turned to 'internet hunting and fishing'; buying way too much stuff. I am not a St. Croix dealer, just like their stuff and went way overboard. All are brand new in the packaging, all are one piece, only have one of each unless noted. $105 each picked up, will have to look into shipping (have the tubes, need to check on price) Mojo Inshore Spinning - 7' medium heavy, fast, MIS70MHF (have 5) Mojo Bass Casting - 6'8" medium heavy, fast - MJC68MHF Mojo Bass Casting - 6'8" medium, extra fast - MJC68MXF Mojo Bass Casting - 7'0" medium heavy, moderate-fast - MJC70MHMF Mojo Bass Casting - 7'4" heavy, fast - MJC74HF Premier Spinning - 6'0" Medium, fast - PS60MF (have 2) Premier Spinning - 6'6" Medium light, fast - PS66MLF (have 2) Will combine, discount, etc., any offers please keep to PM. Not looking for trades, this is the tip of the iceberg. Thank you.
  4. Wow, thanks for posting this. Great deal on the line, even got some alive crawlers for 'eyes. Thank you!
  5. Porcupine problem

    Agree with some of the others, one of the two animals we had a kill on site order since I was a kid (the other was coyotes). Yes, you can kill them with a stick - have done it - a nice 2 inch stick and a sharp whack by the nose. Supposedly you can also eat them without cooking - saw one skinned, the meat was literally crawling with worms - would not consider that. We did reduce them with the loose salt far away from the camp ~ 50 yards, piled in an upside down hubcap in case it rained. Only true way is to hunt or trap them. Had a friend that wouldn't let us shoot them around the camp as he claimed they were good for the environment. One year they started on his camp and he went after them, trapped 22 within 100 yards of camp within a year. We just take our 22s for a walk a couple of times a year, does pretty well but will still get a couple in the middle of the night when they are chewing on the pressure treated steps. Relatives have had wiring harnesses on cars and tractors chewed up and one brake line. We now check all cars every morning prior to heading out for a drive and its a pain. Now is a good time to take the walk, before the leaves are full out, you can identify den areas for future walks. Good luck!
  6. Last time, make an offer or I'll just put them away until I can use them.
  7. Ocean City MD Charter wanted

    I've used Mark Sampson previously, once on the bay, once for sharks with the family. Not a high end fancy marlin type boat but class act and had lots of fun. He does trips to the wrecks and is the local shark guy (probably not the guy if you want marlin but a good guy to ask).
  8. Cabelas aquired by Bass Pro!

    Cabelas is calling it a merger. Here is the link to the Cabelas 'open letter':
  9. Thanks, I'll give it a shot. Situation has changed alot since last year, so I actually have two of these to go. Thanks.
  10. Okay, now we'll try it for the guys in the fall. Give it a day or two here then try another method. Thanks.
  11. Thanks Justin. It was a blast. That daughter is unreal, she shamed all the guys again on Wednesday, landing a 24 lb salmon. Thursday was lake trout after lake trout after lake trout. Lots of fun! Thank you.
  12. Well, what can I say, it was a disaster. One boat conked out at lunch on day 1 and the group decided to fish for walleye primarily. Not very successfully I might add. My fishing time was almost nil due to family issues so I didn't even get a chance. Thanks to Justtracytrolling and Andy Bliss for rescuing the week with 2 days on Otisco and 2 days on the Big O'.
  13. Wow, this is getting expensive quick! Any thoughts they might be feeding on the Gobys as well? We've caught goby off the dock when dunking worms, was wondering of some brown/craw colored would work as well. Thanks again for all the suggestions. Now trying to hide all the boxes of new gear from my wife!