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Blackdog3

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    Cleveland, Ohio
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  1. I have the 36v 112# ulterra. It is going on it’s 4th full season. I have the same size terrova, and my fishing partner has the same size in an ultrex. All three have broken at least once each season. Motor seal allowing water intrusion. All three are essentially the same motor and head unit, with 3 different deployment methods. So make sure you know a certified service technician near you. We are on Lake Erie 100’s of hours each season fishing for walleye and use these motors 100% of that time. They are essential for boat control and 99% bulletproof. The only drawback of the ulterra that is different than the other two is when it breaks, it has to be taken partially apart to re stow it.
  2. Left the pier heads of the salmon river at 6:00 am. Shut down in 140' of water. Landed one on the set. Worked out to 280'. Fished till 4:00 pm. Finished 3 for 6 on majors. 1 laker and a couple shakers. Kings were 19-24 lbs. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  3. Let me start by Thanking everyone who posts on this site. The information exchanged here has been instrumental in how I approach fishing, the tactics I employ, methods I use, and equipment I purchase. I have fished Lake Ontario since I was 13 (over 30 yrs. and counting) with my father, at least once a year, so I have been very fortunate. Thanks to this site, we have been able to experience success we couldn't have imagined when we started. Now to the question(s). How does fishing from Sodus Bay east to the St Lawrence River differ from fishing from Sodus Bay west to the Niagra, in August? In what ways are they the same? The last 30 years have been spent on the west side (Oak Orchard), always the first full week of August. Our success revolved around (weather permitting) getting out to the stable water north offshore every morning (450+') fishing the 60-100' depths utilizing spoons (NK's) at 2.5-3 mph down speed to cover a lot of real estate. Then in the evening working the 100-250' of water fishing the 90-150' depths utilizing SD's and FF's at 2.0-2.5 mph in a more concentrated effort where the charters had success earlier. This year we are headed east (Salmon River), August 8th-16th. Is there an offshore bite? Should we head West or North to find this stable water? How do the offshore currents compare to the Oak? How does the bottom structure in the 100-250' area compare? I know everyday is different. I am just looking for "in general" answers.Thank you for taking the time to read through all of this. Looking forward to the responses.
  4. Please pm me if this is still for sale. Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United
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