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Drebs12

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  • Birthday 03/16/1986

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    Male
  • Location
    Rochester, NY
  • Interests
    Hunting/Fishing
  • Home Port
    Sandy/Bald Eagle
  • Boat Name
    One Big Scratch

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  1. Also stopped at Sandy Creek launch in Hamlin on the way home, and verified those docks have been installed (minus the one that runs parallel to the creek that guys fish off of). water was very low, but plenty of empty trailers in the lot. Sent from my SM-N960U using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  2. Just an update, We ended up launching at the youngstown public launch. It is free. trailer parking up the hill on Hinman Street. Water was very low and trailer was past the end of ramp and on to the rocks but it wasnt bad with 2 people. when we came back in we saw several people using the what I believe is the southern Fort Niagara launch. Looked to be a dock installed perpendicular to the launch there. Sent from my SM-N960U using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  3. Looking for information on launch conditions at the Fort Niagara boat launch or surrounding launches. 90 min drive for me 19ft Deep V aluminum Can confirm I-bay and the Genny are viable launches right now
  4. Mustang DLX 38 for me. Look at the how many pounds of lift the different makes/models have. Cheaper ones have 24lbs of lift. The Mustang I bought had 38lbs. Mine has also never gone off accidentally even when fishing in heavy rain all day. I've owned it for about 5 years. Buy a re-arm kit and test/replace every few years
  5. https://marine.weather.gov/MapClick.php?zoneid=loz042#.YFNXZ69KiHt This is a link for the NOAA Marine Zone Forecast for that area. I use this in conjunction with hourly wind forecasts on weatherbug and windfinder.
  6. Got my 2019 Bow Kill Back! The Piebald 10pt
  7. tap rigger booms, rock boat side to side if lake is flat, and make repeated aggressive turns. trying to eat something or going to the front of the boat are also both deadly
  8. In my mind its like this.. If its shallower than 200fow its "inside" .....if its 300+fow its "offshore". 200-300 is a grey area to me.
  9. great deal for someone
  10. Qty 2 New in package Scotty Sure Stop Pro for 60" booms These came with my new 2116s and I ended up not using them. These replace the need for auto stop beads The sure stop turns off your electric Downriggers auto stop at the same spot every time. The tuna cord provides a secure hold for your self-locating snap and is easier on your hands when pulling your gear to the boat. The Scotty Snubber absorbs shock, provides electrical insulation and helps prevent snags (model’s 377 & 378). The stainless steel split ring prevents your 3025 weight retriever from sliding off your cable (3025 sold separately) Tubing has been added to provide protection against abrasion in high wear areas. Asking $30. Ship at buyers expense or pick up in Rochester area Sent from my SM-N960U using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  11. The rule of thumb for Summer Browns is to find where 60 degrees meets the bottom of the lake and start fishing in that depth and slowly work out. Keep smaller spoons (stinger standard, dreamweaver SS) on riggers near the bottom and hunt
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