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justtracytrolling

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About justtracytrolling

  • Birthday 09/15/1971

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  • 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. justtracytrolling

    Loaded questuon...

    If you enjoy recoil, hydrostatic shock, and blood clots through your entire deer I'd go with a 30-06 or 300 win mag or wsm. If you just want the deer dead, less waste and less recoil I'd go 25-06, 257, 25wssm, or 243. 270 is a nice happy medium but still overkill. I've shot many deer with many different calibers and it is good shots that produce quick ethical kills not specific calibers! All of these calibers chambered in a decent firearm with decent glass will work just fine. It really is personal preference. Don't get caught up in how flat shooting a caliber is either because you have to play the drop at distance no matter what the caliber. Sent from my E6810 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  2. justtracytrolling

    A little " magic Dust" for you, a little for me..

    I see a pattern I want!...2 1/4? Sent from my E6810 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  3. justtracytrolling

    What pound test do you use for walleye trolling

    Seaguar 20 kanzen braid on my boards...thinnest braid on the market. (Less than 4 lb diameter doesn't gain you a thing in dive curve) Seaguar senshi 15 lb mono on the riggers. Seaguar premier 12 for leader on the riggers, seaguar premier 15 for leader on the boards. Braid is very unforgiving for landing walleye, especially with big boards. Stay away from "slick" braids for trolling it just isn't as durable. Sent from my E6810 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  4. justtracytrolling

    Predator 2018-2019

    Would make a nice sight picture! Saw 2 blonde ones this morning on my way to work.... no where near as unique though Sent from my E6810 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  5. justtracytrolling

    The wrong way to coyote hunt

    Yeah what he said! Sent from my E6810 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  6. justtracytrolling

    The wrong way to coyote hunt

    Yeah what he said! Sent from my E6810 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  7. justtracytrolling

    The wrong way to coyote hunt

    We used to video treed and bayed critters, especially bear and they definitely didn't want the average person to see those videos. They were right too because we did end up losing our bear dog season and it's still not legal to hunt bears with dogs. So maybe if we really love our heritage we should care how we are viewed...even by liberal whiners.
  8. justtracytrolling

    The wrong way to coyote hunt

    I agree, but the houndsmen that taught me so much almost 30 years ago were quick to point out that many aspects of fur taking would not necessarily be socially acceptable to much of mainstream society reaching well beyond just liberals. It was the opinions of these old timers that we keep things to ourselves so as not to chance our way of life. Basically anything beyond killing for food they felt was at risk. For example, fur taking, selling fur, population control, etc all slippery slopes.
  9. justtracytrolling

    1st Perch of the year

    Lake trout are far more opportunistic than we often realize. A buddy of mine was out with other guys fishing bass on cayuga in Union springs. Bite died off and they all quit and we're just having a beer. They drifted along and 1 guy had a top water frog on and left it hanging over the gunwale in the water. A big laker came up God knows how far and nailed it. Sent from my E6810 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  10. justtracytrolling

    Predator 2018-2019

    I would keep any future possible extraction operations private. There are techniques, but not the kinda thing the average person would want to do though you would enjoy watching it...and not legal as far as I know...when New York state had a bounty on coyotes houndsmen never left them if the dogs holed them. Piece of old barbed wire is all you need. Real problem is when the dog goes down the hole after it!
  11. justtracytrolling

    Seneca Seneca 3/13/18

    I was told by the region 7 crew that angler diary data was NOT used for fishery management decisions and that it was for providing other anglers with catch rates and catch info for the purpose of promoting our fisheries. Once I was told that I stopped doing a diary. Didn't seem my efforts were worth it. Perhaps this isn't the case now or perhaps they do things differently on other bodies of water. Sent from my E6810 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  12. justtracytrolling

    Tournament Inquiry - Input Needed

    I do this on small water and obviously don't have to face the challenges of big water. Sent from my E6810 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  13. justtracytrolling

    Tournament Inquiry - Input Needed

    I've have a few customers with various handicaps from being in a wheelchair to being deaf and mute and it takes planning, patience, and a lot of hard work to provide a safe successful trip. I find it very rewarding, but I feel it takes a certain type of person and shouldnt be entered into lightly as it's far more difficult than you think. It was an eye opening experience taking Captain Vince and his brother archery hunting. I had no idea how hard it would be and Vince had been doing this alone for years. My recommendation would be to try it on a very small scale and really listen to the needs of each handicapped individual because each person will have different challenges and needs. As far as insurance and liability issues go that's not a problem if you have charter insurance. Without it you probably don't have proper coverage from the time they leave their vehicle until they return to it. Sent from my E6810 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  14. justtracytrolling

    A couple solid fish to end the year on

  15. justtracytrolling

    A couple solid fish to end the year on

    Finally got a warm night so I could fish without dealing with freezing eyes every cast. Fishing was a little slow but we managed to land 7, drop 3 and miss a couple. We each kept just one. Highlight of the night for me was seeing lots of yoy fish in the rocks along shore. My buddy Scotty lost a real big girl probably around 11-12 lbs which on the bright side saved him on some taxidermy...sorry Kev! Lol. River seems very healthy even though numbers seemed down this year with lots of spawning classes represented especially yoy. Sent from my E6810 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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