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Justin B

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  1. None left. Local tackle shop in Canada, had 4 of them. None around here was buying them so the price went rock bottom to move the inventory
  2. Jus got 4 of these reels for roughly 75$ U.S.
  3. When the reel is full the fish is at the boat lol. Thx for the info guys!
  4. I have been using suffix 832 for all my braid casting rods. I find it wears spot better than power pro or any other braid I have used it doesn't lose its colour as fast, and casts like a dream, I remember when my buddy first spoiled it up and showed up to our usually casting spot for walleye and with the same bait and almost identical rod he was out casting me by 10 ft at least. Needless to say I switched the next day!
  5. A local tackle shop has a wicked sale on these reels I was thinking of buying 3 or 4 for junk lines. Has anyone had a chance to use them for a season? I know they are relatively new to the market jus looking for some reviews before I purchase. Not many reviews online. Thx
  6. 2014 spring king of the lake Port dalhousie finally finished editing this video. I'll post the 2014 fall KOTL video in winter to keep the blood flowing! http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=7mKznWoy3w0
  7. I'll pay shipping if you are willing to ship to Niagara Falls ny
  8. One thing you may want to check is if you carefully open the back of your 840 head unit there is 4 dip switches make sure they are all down and try re setting the unit to factory gain. Here I's a link to an original manual. http://www.fishhawkelectronics.com/documents/Fish_Hawk_840_Manual.pdf I'm havering a problem with only my down temp everything works but my down temp doesn't read properly because I know it's not. 65 degrees down 120 in lake o where I fish right now I think I have a bad probe
  9. This weekend at the bar! Bought our American licences Thursday might because we knew the fish were spread across the bar into American waters. Launched at weller very early, ran jus shy of the boarder has set up 2 riggers 2 divers and 2 coppers on boards. Did not like the water we set up in cold and clear so we continued towards American waters, surprisingly a rigger went off in the ice water decent king hammered a UV stinger, then 20 mins later another UV spoon takes a rip on a wire diver rigger and diver were targeting 70-90 feet down, lost the diver fish due to a break off using a magnum dropsy with the heAvy weight the magnum diver was twisting on us and the leader was cut on the wire never had this happen before, but anyway we continued east in search of better water picked a few fish on the way then we found a warm pocket with good colour, and bang 6 hits in a mile including a double ITO flies and spoons were doing the damage worked that area till 2 and packed it in landed 9 kings 2 bows and a coho. 3 around 18 lbs one jus over that we weighed for the grimsby Saturday salmon tourny. Ended up holding 1st for the win. Back to weller docked the boat over night. Sunday Left the dock before 5 am and knew exactly where we we're going, before we got all 6 rods in we landed 4 kings nothing big tho, went on to get good bites till 11 am they it died landed 14 kings and 2 bows, biggest 15 lbs. Both fish came in at the same time on a double Best depths were 220-250 fow Saturday 70-90 down was best Sunday 55-70 down 2.3-2.6 at the ball was best. UV spoons and big erns, white n green spiny meat rig and UV spinnys and ITO flys were what was working.
  10. Oh well **** happens still a fun weekend, we get better every time we fish together and we enjoy it so that's all that matters. Look out for team Fishmaster at the spring tightline Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  11. Can blame it all on engine problems The 2nd day of fishing was tougher for the entire field, so the engine wasn't our only problem but the engine limited us on relocation during the day Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  12. First tournament of the 2014 season for us, dropped the Trojan in the water on Thursday afternoon went out for a short afternoon shake down make sure all was running good. Hit the water early Friday morning to a cold and stiff breeze from the east set up near four mile and worked that area for the morning 2 riggers 6 long lines a mixture of cranks and short coppers and spoons. The first king of the season took a clown wonderbread reef runner for a ride. landed a nice 17 lb 10 ounce king. By 12 the lake was jus nasty very rough and cold so we figured we would head back to the dock and relax for the afternoon, before the big fish Friday weigh in. We ended up taking third place jus behind silver junkies and thrillseeker. Saturday morning we had our game plan ready to go we set up in 35 fow infront of weller bay, and it was game on before we had our planer boards deployed we doubled on lakers, once we got our long lines in the water our rigger went off with a moonshine spoon down 22 land a nice king jus shy of 20 lbs! Good start to the day, next one of our wonderbread reef runners back 150 on the boards took off landed a nice 15 lbs king, great start to the morning. From then on we had to weed through lakers to get our kings, it was about 10 lakers to 1 king we left the pack of boats near weller and found a small warm pocket near 4 mile and we proceeded to do donuts on that spot for a few hours and we picked our box of kings. 7 kings in the box with a 15 + lb average, along with 40+ lakers and a few cohos and browns, reef runners and moonshine spoons were the ticket for us. Pulled lines jus before 2 and realized we had major starter problems with one engine so we had to come in on 1 engine, good thing we were close to port. Had an 81 lb box after the weigh in putting us in 1st place which we were extremely happy with considering a lot of excellent tournament teams had it tough on day 1 Now to concentrate on our starter problems we called everyone in the niagara region and none had the starter we needed! Our American friends on Yankee troller and the dirty goose overheard our engine problems and did everything they could to help us! All the guys on those teams are class acts and great guys! Rick, Craig, jay, rob, Casey and especially jerry falluca and Eric marcinkowski who went out of their way to help Eric had a starter at his house in Wilson and jerry volunteered to go get it at 7 pm on Saturday night! Ended up being the wrong starter but we still owe those guys huge for there help. Thx again guys So Sunday we left the dock with 1 engine and slowly made our way to our waypoints and obviously there was some boat traffic awaiting us, slow start and we only managed 1 king bite all day tried for some coho in skinny and managed quite a few fish but nothing that would measure. So ended up 4 fish short on a disappointing 2nd day and got bumped down to 14th place. All in all good weekend tho great to see our Tourny friends. Can wait for the next one good luck to everyone fishing the WHI this weekend.
  13. My price is canadien dollars so it's $280 American and I'm open to offers. $300 canadien $280 American OBO
  14. Marcum vx-1 pro Unit is 2 years old light use mint condition Reason I'm selling is I got an Lx-6 for Christmas Has bottom zoom Great flasher for the money The only flasher under the 400$ with bottom zoom I payed $349.99 plus tax Asking $300 obo Contact me by email or text [email protected] 9057418355
  15. Glorious sons is the band song is called mama, small local Canadian band look them up on YouTube
  16. 2013 Fall king of the lake Port Dalhousie Team Fishmaster http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ESrLD9v3bwg
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