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Poles293

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About Poles293

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  • Birthday 04/13/1969

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    Olcott / Sturgeon Pt

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  1. Thank you, I was unaware of that. The boat and trailer have never seen road salt. As soon as there’s a break in the weather I’ll get it in and get that checked. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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  4. It doesn’t have an hour meter. Im not sure some years I got out more than others. It is meticulously taken care of. I used the electric trolling motor most of the time for walleye or brown trout fishing. Always garaged and I changed the oil every fall with synthetic and the lower unit fluid and gas filter before winterizing. If I used it more in the spring I would change the oil in June also. I have a bit of OCD when it comes to oil changes. It’s never seen corn gas, always ethanol free. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  5. For Sale; 2012 Crestliner 1850 Raptor 115 Mercury Four Stroke Outboard Matching Crestliner Trailer with folding tongue MinnKota 24 volt Terrova Trolling Motor with IPilot Custom canvas bimini with Eisenglass enclosure This boat was purchased new from Silver Lake Marina, and used exclusively on Ontario and Erie. It is a one owner vessel, that has been well maintained. It has been trailered and stored inside the garage its entire life. The Crestliner is loaded with all top end equipment, and set up specifically for trolling Ontario Salmon and Erie Eyes. Included extras as follows: 4 removable swivel seats (2) Scotty electric riggers on pedestal track mounts (2) Traxtech ratchet adjustable rod holders (2) Traxtech 3 rod trees Full length Cisco Tracks (2) Amish Outfitters trolling bags (2) VMax AGM Trolling batteries (new 2019) Interstate starting battery (new 2019) On-board charging syatem Lowrance HDS 7 on Ram Mount FishHawk X4D Bluetooth model vests anchor ropes Fully outfitted with tackle for salmon/trout or walleye. this setup is turnkey ready for salmon or walleye fishing. rods/reels lead core copper stainless wire spoons plugs flahers flies nets planer board mast big boards inline salmon boards line terminal tackle Sea trials will be made available to serious buyers who have made an offer. Relocating to Florida and want to find a new home for this well equipped fish catcher. PM me with questions. $22500.
  6. Tube rod holders are sold pending payment Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  7. The cradles are sold pending payment Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  8. For sale are 6 Cisco Rod Holders. 4 black tube style rod holders and 2 blue short cradle (dispey) style rod holders. The tube rod holders are in excellent condition. The cradle rod holders are in very good condition with a few nicks on top of the cradle that are cosmetic only. The tube rod holders are: $70 each The cradle rod holders are: $65 each $400 for all six Prefer local pickup West Seneca area and will meet reasonable distance. PM me if interested, Mike
  9. I run big boards for everything now. I will probably keep running the big boards for browns but want to switch to inlines for salmon. I have a smaller boat so I only run 1 copper or core off each side on the big boards. Would the Sam's Pro release work well with the TX44's and a 300 copper?
  10. Harbor was very dingy didn't see any at all Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  11. Braved the north wind today and pulled out of the harbor around 730 directly into a stiff north wind. Worst place was between the pier heads with legit 4 footers bouncing off the piers. Once clear of the harbor we headed east as the wind soon turned northeast. Only had 4 rods out when we doubled up on 2 small browns, one 3lbs. the other 6lbs. One on a silver and blue Rapala the other on a perch Rapla. Unfortunately while working the double both on the starboard side of the boat we didn't notice the dog leash attached to the planer line to stack the releases had wrapped around one of the rods on the port side. With the waves the planers were bouncing pretty good and when we finished netting the double we turned around and the rod and reel were gone. Donated to the fish Gods!!!! If anyone snags a nice green Daiiwa rod with a Convector20LC towing a fire tiger Rapala Enjoy!!! The wind picked up and we decided to pull lines and make a run back to harbor. After a slow boat ride back to the mouth the wind settled a little so we decided to set up and give it another troll with the wind. Picked up three more on perch and black and gold. Not a bad day considering the wind and it's always nice to get bonus time on the water in February. All except the rod and reel donation. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
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