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Peterz

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  1. Thanks for looking. Spoons SOLD! Best of luck fishing this year!! Selling 22 Michigan Stinger trolling spoons. Every lure is 3.5” long. 15 of the spoons are actually still in the sealed package. 7 of the spoons have been opened and marked on their backs what they are (amateur move I know, see pic, small sharpy marking). Spoons are brand new. I did use two for 15 minutes to test out my boat setup. As it turns out, I never found time to get out trolling, sold my boat, selling all my trolling gear that was never used. Spoons include: S332 Silver Glitter GLO G406 OL LEO (2) SH1652531 Hips Shanster S393 UV Pink TUX S151HG Tuxedo GLO SH212 KFC Special S15152HO Orange Gator (2) S391 UV Orange Tux S142 Sunkist CH166 Blue Nose SH261 Hammer (2) S56UV Johnny’s Buster (2) SHCW Chicken Wing RSH1G Black Edge-GLOW S64 Emerald Shiner SH53 Blue Edge CHCW Chicken Wing SH165CI Sodus Buckeye Asking $4 a piece, buy one, two, what ever or buy all. Please call Peter, 315-2 nine 2 – 8 zero eight 6. Cash only.
  2. Thanks for looking. Rods SOLD! Best of luck fishing this year!! Selling 3 DAIWA ACCUDEPTH Trolling fishing rods. Model AD DR862M (medium weight, 1 rod) and AD DR862MH (medium/heavy weight, 2 rods). Rods are each 8’-6” in length. The medium weight rod is good for 10-25lb line and the medium/heavy rods are good for 12-30lb line. The rods are brand new, never been used except being used for 15 minutes to test out my boat setup. As it turns out, I never found time to get out trolling, sold my boat, selling all my trolling gear that was never used. Asking $25 a piece, buy one, two or or buy all. Please call Peter, 315-2 nine 2 – 8 zero eight 6. Cash only.
  3. Thanks for looking. Reels SOLD! Best of luck fishing this year!! Selling 3 DAIWA ACCUDEPTH PLUS 27LCB Trolling Reels, with line counter, right handed. The reels are new, with two being used for 15 minutes to test out my boat setup. As it turns out, I never found time to get out trolling, sold my boat, selling all my trolling gear that was never used. The reels are spooled with Trilene Big Game 15LB test line. Asking $60 per reel, buy one or buy all. Please call Peter, 315-2 nine 2 – 8 zero eight 6. Cash only.
  4. Very Sweet boat!!!! Thanks for pic!! Never thought about mounting mast to the bow plate. Regards Peter
  5. Thanks Everyone Really appreciate your input. If I can get a bushing that fits a 2-3/8 fence post for my existing seatbase, do I need to support he mast in other ways as well or does the seat base bushing hold it in place well enough? Do I need to run a strap around it soemhow to stablize it, especially if only running one board on a side (for some reason). I currently have Springfield seat bases, snap lock versions. The part of the deck that the seat pedestal is mounted to is removable, I could rig up another board to replace the current seat pedestal base board and attach a mast to it somehow. Thanks Again Regards Peter
  6. All thanks for your input, this has been very helpful. I assume by a backer platte you mean like a piece of 3/8 or 1/2 inch marine plywood under the gunnel where the track attaches? I am pretty sure I have access to that area to put in the backer. Regards Peter Z
  7. Hello All Again! Sorry, I am a newbie at trolling for Browns on the big lake and have lots of questions. Perhaps you have seen my recent posts. I will stop for a bit after this one and wait to ask other questions so as not to hog the bandwidth I have a 1999 Lund fisherman 18' and want to troll for Browns on Ontario (and perhaps other places). I am trying to decide what to do about propulsion. I have a 100HP yamaha 4 stroke on the boat now that goes to fast for trolling at idle, about 4.4 mph. I am guessing I want to be around 2 to 2.5 mph. I have a 2 stroke 5hp Merc that might work but am having my doubts about it as being reliable and keeping the boat slow enough. My other thought is I have a bow mounted Minkota Terrova 85lbs of thrust, 24V electric trolling motor. Has anyone ever trolled planar boards with one of these? I don't expect to be out every weekend, probably 2-5 times a year and not all day probably (I have too many house projects to tend to at home!!!) A buddy of mine said he used his for trolling and it worked fine. Any thoughts here? I don't really want to put one of those trolling plates on my big motor. I guess I could re-prop the motor to slow it down, but this impacts WOT operation which is not good for the motor. I could throw out a drift sock I suppose, how much pressure does this put on the cleet its ties to before it rips out? Any thoughts? Thanks in advance Regards Peter
  8. Hello All New to the site and trolling on the big lake and trolling in general, ... a real newbie!! I want to install some Bert's tracks and rod holders on my 18' Lund fisherman (1999). I am mainly going to troll for browns in the spring and perhaps Salmon in the fall, but Browns have been my main interest. So, ... I may want to run 2 to 3 rod holders on a side (not sure what the rules are for rods/people on the boat) and planar boards. I also may want to mount a down rigger at some time and a rod holder on each side, but this is a secondary requirement right now. Just curious if anyone can give me advice on length of a Berts track I should use to hold say 3 rods on one side for planar boar trolling. I don't really know how far apart the rods should be when the lines are out, connected to the palanr board tether line. BTW, what do people use for the tether line from the planar boar mast to the planar board. I am going to build a mast and reels and want to know where to get such required line. Can I just use some thin utility like from Lowes or something (that colored suff that I think it called poly line that is 3/16" thick). Not sure if the line will impact the releases as they slide out? I have a bunch of other questions about trolling for browns, but I will post again later Regards Peter
  9. Hello All New to site and trolling on Lake Ontario, ... I think this is the right place to ask questions I purchased a Lund Fisherman (18') last year and want to set it up for Brown trout trolling with planar boards. Question: If I mount the mast on the casting platform in the front of the boat (its about 1' higher than the floor and about 1'+ lower than the gunnel), how high should a planar board mast be? Is taller better? I saw a pretty cool home built mast on this site (sorry don't recall the author). I want to attempt the same thing by using a chain link fence post as the mast. Just wondering how high it should be? Thanks in advance Regards Peter p.s. really enjoy the site
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