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On the Hook

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  1. I am selling a Lot of 6 Hammerhead 5/0 Spinners (2 each of Monkey Puke, Lake Trout Killer, and Silver), 3 Gambler Rigs, and 24 various sized Spin-N-Glo Rigs. Everything in this lot have never been used. Price for the whole Lot is $60, add $5 for shipping. Located in Binghamton, NY if you want to pick-up. Accept PayPal.
  2. Selling 2 Cannon Uni-Troll 10 Manual downriggers. Each downrigger has 200’ of 150 lbs stainless cable. 3 digit depth counter, 24-53" telescopic boom, line retrieve, rod holder, and Black’s release clips. Also Included is 2 Cannon low-profile swivel basses with 2 Cannon Backing Plates. Price is $225. Prefer to do pickup in Binghamton, NY or will drive a reasonable distance to meet you half way. Won't go lower than $225 as I feel like I am giving these away. Also selling 2 12lbs shark type downrigger weights. Bought these from a guy on LOU that made these, think his name was Rich (username: Bickinibottom). Price is $40 for both weights. Prefer to do pickup in Binghamton, NY or will drive a reasonable distance to meet you half way.
  3. White/green Spindoctor and green/white flies were the only thing that worked today for us fishing around Myers.
  4. The vessel was just above Myers today. Pissed me off because I had just got all my lines out twice today and he had his tow line stretched across the whole lake. Had to pick up my lines up and move. Was not happy.
  5. You did not say if you use the motor to troll or just to get from one spot to the other. If you mostly troll, you can't beat an Etec. I have a 115 on my boat and it trolls all day long with no issues so far in 4 years. The Etec is going to weigh less than most 4 strokes if weight is an issue. You also can't beat the winterization process and less maintenance costs.
  6. Alex that is a nice Walleye. That's on my bucket list for that lake. Probably catch one when I don't try to target them.
  7. Yes, l got him on a green flasher fly setup. I forgot the name of the Spin Doctor, but it is green with white tape and green dots and was on the 1st hole. The fly was an green Atomic fly.
  8. We fished yesterday (8/20) until the rec boaters got bad around noon. We got about a few Lakers on green flashers and flies on dipsy down about 100' or so. First time using my wire dipsy setups. Fished straight down the middle of the lake. Got a few Silvers on GLT 44's around mid- lake before it was too hard with the rec boaters around. Got this big boy in the picture waiting to go the smoker this morning for my lunch today.
  9. Today was slow. Most of the marks were down 100 ft with a few sporadic ones mixed in the water column. Trolled about 7 hours and got skunked. The only good news is fleas were not bad.
  10. Any Owasco reports lately? Haven't seen many reports lately from Owasco. Heading up there Sunday (8/6) and wondered if anybody has had any luck lately. Will post a report after my trip.
  11. Owasco 7/2 We started out thinking we could launch out of South Shore Marina, but water was almost covering his docks. The right side of the ramp is closed and just the short dock is open, but was not sure about launching there, so we headed to Emerson Park. Water was up in the outlet but we were able to launch just fine. The current coming back to the docks is strong so take that into account when docking. Went 8 for 9 on the day, all Lakers. Got a double right by Burris Point, both about 6lbs. Trolled the west side and picked up a few here and there. Got nothing on the east side. Fleas are bad right now and we got into them all over. The hot spoon for us today was GLT 44 with blue stripe on it. First time we used Offshore Pro Mag planer boards and I really like them they get the line way away from the boat and allowed to comfortable put another line on a smaller planer board next to it. We hung 10 colors of leadcore and a torpedo weight off of them and they tracked great. They run low in the water and can be tricky detecting a fish on. They pull hard but a 9 ft Ugly Stick handled it fine. 7 of the fish today came off the Pro Mag planer boards so it's something we have to keep in the program. Largest fish of the day was 9lbs.
  12. Started in the south end around 7:30 and started off with gold and orange spoons and got nothing. Switched out mid lake to GL 44 spoon and a FLT Pink Alewife and ended the day 23 for 25. Five color leadcore on planer boards and torpedo divers down 60. These two will go on the smoker tomorrow, the biggest being 9lbs according to my scale.
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