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justtracytrolling

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About justtracytrolling

  • Birthday 09/15/1971

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    binghamton
  • Interests
    Walleyes and Whitetails...Nothing makes me happier than getting people out in the woods and on the water...seeing them take fish and game is my passion
  • Home Port
    Otisco Lake
  • Boat Name
    JustTracyTrolling

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  1. Price drop $900 This is 40% off retail and basically brand new
  2. I love mine and I have 28 of em....I'd make it 30 if those were right handed!
  3. Like new in the box mega live $1000 plus shipping prefer to meet I purchased the unit in mid October and only used it 5 times. I was too busy to really dial in the settings and become proficient with the unit. I've since picked up the new Garmin livescope and a 12 inch graph for it so I'm selling the mega live. The unit works fine.
  4. lyk2fish is the guy you want on Owasco. He is one of the best anglers I know and I fish with him all winter. I don't meet many guys with the passion I have and he has it!
  5. I wasn't going to keep any fish tonight but now I have to keep 1! I already released 2 perfect 6-7 lbers before I saw this but should be interesting.
  6. I find the smallies here on Otisco are under the walleye and below the thermocline. They will come way up to hit tho unlike the walleye. I used to run Seth green rigs to see how the different species and different sizes stack in the column.
  7. f18 rapalas....they do a good job of culling fish!
  8. Top water walleye fishing is even better over rolling spawning bait. I do it from mid June till the end of the night bite, which is still going this year. Here is a couple from this week.
  9. Plenty of deep crankbaits to choose from but not fun to fish as they pull so hard. I've casted deep tail dancers in open water for walleye and got it to work, but again not fun to reel in. I have taildancers and bass crankbaits that go to 40 feet of depth. I'd use a heavy jig and a keitech swimbait. Find a 20 foot flat and count down further each cast till you are bumping bottom and subtract 1 second and that gives you a way to fish that approximate depth for suspended fish. If your fish are on the bottom just let it fall to the bottom and slow roll it in or dropshot as mentioned above. The Ned rig is effective dragged on the bottom as well
  10. Motor has high hours and has only been used commercially and professionally maintained for it's entire life This motor never let me down once. Compression is even across the cylinders and it starts every time. I recently replaced the trim assembly and put in a new impeller. I'm replacing it because new motors are too hard to find and I need the boat to make my living. Asking $2000 call or text me at 607 349 1750.
  11. I had enough of that myself...now all my boxes lock on my table....thank you Milwaukee!
  12. I have thousands of hours on my 36v terrova and have been using them for a decade trolling and it's excellent. I use the cruise control with most of the thrust provided by the gas motor. Add Dakota lithium ion batteries and you'll run out of juice long before your batteries. I'm about to buy my third minn kota but I'm going with the ulterra this time....save me easily a thousand walks a season to the bow! I wish the remotes werent touch screen now but I'll get used to it! Rick, can I program my old terrova remote to a new ulterra? I have 3 remotes and I definitely don't want to use a touch screen remote!
  13. Warriors are solid producers too but the paint is worse than stingers...walleye chew the paint off 1st day usually. I really love 1 of those colors too John! I have a cool version of it I do I can send you a pic...it's one of my private patterns, but I'd share with my favorite tracker! Plus I know you aren't a walleye guy! lol
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