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Drebs12

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About Drebs12

  • 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. 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
  2. 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
  3. Perhaps prop wash wasn't the best term. my main motor doesn't run when trolling. the fish is connected to the starboard side of the boat and I run a kicker on the port side... pretty sure my 4 stroke 8hp Yammy isn't poisoning the salmon from the other side of the boat with exhaust fumes. the big motor is still down in the water creating turbulence which oxygenates it. This is the best solution i have found. I have not tried a descending device
  4. Sent you a PM Sent from my SM-N960U using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  5. More photos. Sent from my SM-N960U using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  6. Yes they do Sent from my SM-N960U using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  7. (2) 2015 Cannon Uni Troll 10 STX manual downriggers for sale. These are higher end manual riggers with telescoping booms adjustable from 24" to 53" Comes with 300 ft of brand new cable on each rigger (2) quick disconnect/multi position cannon bases (2) Weight retrieving retros Some spare parts included (drag disks,misc HW) 1 rigger is missing a rod holder and has damaged base where the rod holder attaches to the frame (dock strike). replacement rod holder and frame can be purchased through cannon for $80+ shipping and can be installed at the buyers expense if desired. These riggers are $300 each brand new. Asking $250 for the pair as is.
  8. Sodus is a shorter drive to backup plans....but Like others said, sandy creek/oak orchard in late June is great fishing. Sodus has great bass fishing right in the bay also during that time of year. both are great options. and you were able to launch at both locations during the high water last year. Sandy would likely be closed, but we got in at bald eagle marina just down the road without an issue.
  9. Nice Yotes! are they all females or is my taxidermist F.O.S
  10. Shot this nice blonde male a few weekends ago. I did about 20 mins worth of distress calls with no activity, then started howling. First a locator then different female howls (deep/long/submissive) with a few minutes between each call. No responses at all. shut the caller off and about 3-5 mins later this guy came in silent. He weighed in at 39lbs. According to the taxidermist the blonde color phase in males is very rare. Most with blonde or red coats are female
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