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Drebs12

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  1. 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.
  2. Nice Yotes! are they all females or is my taxidermist F.O.S
  3. 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
  4. Also getting better gas mileage with my 5.7lL Hemi in my 2019 Ram than I did in my 2012 4.0L Frontier
  5. I owned this exact truck in the 2012 year class. I towed my 19' Aluminum. Total towing weight (boat/motor/trailer/full tank of gas) was 3300lbs. I would say the truck pulled the boat without issue but breaking distance was poor, even with top of the line aftermarket rotors and pads the truck did not do a great job stopping. I will add that my trailer WAS NOT equipped with surge breaks or breaking of any kind. (when you exceed 3000lbs surge breaks are required). This caused me to upgrade to a full size truck this winter. I would say if your trailer has breaks you might be ok. but without them I would not recommend it Power was not an issue at all
  6. Drebs12

    Sold / Closed 2012 Crestliner 1850 Raptor

    beautiful rig.....how many hrs on the motor?
  7. lol wasnt sure if you were on here. Good luck this weekend, i will be down there to scout some other areas and help everybody else out
  8. EVERYBODY was telling me I had to do full body. I'm single and have a finished basement where all of my taxidermy resides, so I have the room (FOR NOW). Still very expensive for half body at $1600. But I will never get another one, most likely will never even see another one
  9. Half body mount. Similar to this, but with a fall forest floor base. Full body was $3500 Sent from my SM-N960U using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  10. Places where he was spotted (that I'm aware of) Sent from my SM-N960U using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  11. 3 years worth of photos Sent from my SM-N960U using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  12. . Sent from my SM-N960U using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  13. I was lucking enough to bag "a deer of a lifetime" this weekend. A Piebald 10pt 3.5yo buck in Prattsburgh. I have never seen this deer on any cameras before. It was an absolute shock when I saw him at 7:30 Saturday morning. It all happened within 8 seconds but I put a good shot on him (entry shown in pics-20ft ladder-20yards) and I heard him crash. After posting him on NY antler I got tons of feedback from local hunters that had been following him. A few had pictures back to 2017. 1 guy had him at 18yards and couldnt shoot because he had his tag filled, another let him pass as a 1.5yo and had him out of range this bow season. I was able to put this map together off all the property's that had sighted him. pretty cool to learn so much about a single buck. I'm tickled to have him and I'm doing a half body mount on him.
  14. $9bucks on weekdays $14 for weekends. Oh and make sure you pay before you launch or else they will put a wheel lock on your trailer and try to milk you for more $ It was only my 2nd time launching there under new owners and i missed the kiosk in the dark. there was nobody there to pay a launch fee to and had every intention of paying when we returned....the Wheel lock on my trailer really left a bad taste in my mouth. unfortunately there are very limited options in Monroe county this year.
  15. Had a great trip last night. Went 12 for 14.. had a triple and a double. we hunted from 180 to 90fow. 95-110 was best. Tons of marks. only 1 big pod of bait. riggers down 65 and 80. divers down 270-290. Coppers did well in 300 and 400 lengths.mostly a meat and fly bite. Lance 2 face paddle with Attomik stud fly in the sun and then glow hammer once the sun got low with a white 2 face spinny. A-TOM-MIK meat rigs in stud, davis destroyer, and a chrome one that i cant remember the name off. 65 Rigger had 50 degree water. Made it from port to wautoma shoals and back the 22lb king we kept was full of Alewives Thanks for the info @whaler1
  16. Nice Job, Headed out of Braddock's this afternoon for kings
  17. Sold Sent from my SM-N960U using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  18. Following. I have used the black and decker 9" for probly 4 seasons now and its been great. It was recommended to me over the Rapala or Mr Twister, by guys that cut 1000s of fish every year. but the new cordless bubba electric look pretty awesome
  19. Surprised the Sandy launch is not closed yet. it looked really bad on Saturday. only 2 trailers in the lot. We went for Bald Eagle instead. water was just about right up to the top of their docks there.
  20. bump Sent from my SM-N960U using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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