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Ruger1nut

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  1. Please PM me. I have 60 or more set to go on eBay tomorrow. I would be happy to try and work with you on them David
  2. Please contact me to see this in person http://www.lakeontariounited.com/fishing-hunting/index.php?/topic/45317-Mint-19'-Islander-w/Extremely-Low-Hours.-LOADED-&-Ready-to-Fish Sent from my SCH-I605 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  3. Any time 8am-9pm any day. Sent from my SCH-I605 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  4. I have 600' of Blood Run plus 300 mono backer on a Trynos. Fills it right to the top. Sent from my SCH-I605 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  5. I bet it does!! She is a great boat, just needs more water time than I can give her. Dave
  6. The boat is a Mint 1994 19ft Islander It has the economical 3.0 Merc with an Alpha one outdrive that pushes the vessel 35 mph. The boat/motor has only just over 100 hours on it. Everything is still like new. Trailer is a galvanized bunk trailer for easy loading and unloading. You don't have to worry about the boat sliding off while you are backing down the ramp. Loads just as easy due to the side bunk guides. You always ends up centered. The boat is pretty well loaded and is ready to fish. There is nothing that is required to fish. I will even included some quality rods and reels (Talora, St. Croix, Tekota's ect) ,TBD during negotiations I bought this late last year from a forum member. I have added and improved upon what I got to make it even better if that was possible. It is super clean and ready to go. I just do not have the time to fish this and have to admit I just will not use it as I had hoped Extras include: (some info from last September per the previous owner) Honda 15hp 4 stroke 25in shaft, electric start, power tilt, Power Trans wireless remote steer (also hardwired incase batteries in remote die), If purchased new this would cost over $6000 for the same set up. Troll all day long on around $20. Super quite and a guy can fish by himself because of the wireless remote steer, it allows you to steer the boat while fighting a fish. Big Jon electric planer reels with dual masts for each side of the boat ($800) Custom canvas cover ($800) I had a second custom 1/2 cover made and side windows (another $1400) that zips/snaps into the bimini top. Lowrance HDS 5 Sonar/GPS with Navtronics chip, super detailed ($700) FishHawk X4 ($650) VHF Radio ($125) 10 Big Jon Rod holders ($1000) Bimini Top ($500) 2 Cannon Mag 20 Riggers, High speed with auto stop. They are mounted on Heavy duty swivel 4" pedestal bases in tracks. ($1000). 2 Cannon Mag 10 Riggers, They are mounted on Heavy duty bases. ($1000). Stilletto Stainless 4 Blade prop ($350) That's $14,500+ worth of extras not even counting the rods, reels, tackle that may be included. Also included are life vests, buoys, ties downs, anchor, downrigger balls, paddle ect Asking $13900 but am open to cash offers in person. My consider holding paper if need be. Test drive/fish for serious buyer. Out of water right now but will arrange launch location if need be I will also consider selling without the kicker, downriggers ect. Open to ideas. I do not have to sell but I also realize this boat will sit more than I will use it till my kids are out of school. I may also be able to include a slip on Canandaigua fro the rest of 2014. I have to check and see if I can transfer. Please PM, E-Mail, text or Call for more details/questions ect. Thanx for looking Dave 585-781-0017 [email protected]
  7. Tim I just read though the posts. Send me a PM. I would be glad to help. Sent from my SCH-I605 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  8. Nice!! Sent from my SCH-I605 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  9. Nice catch guys. Way to be great sportsman. .. Sent from my SCH-I605 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  10. Mudflat that is a good idea as a place to start. Wish we had thought of it. I just got off the phone with Lowrance and they were not much help. At least the guy I got wasn't. Thanx to all for some good ideas. I just want to get everything sorted out before I put it up for the year. That way I know when I start fresh next spring she is all ready to go. R1N Sent from my SCH-I605 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  11. Thanx guys, we had a Cold Water line counter die today on it second trip out. Nuf said... R1N
  12. Nick I have several of the Tekotas and agree they are a much better reel. I am looking at these as fill in/special purpose or as spares. At a cost savings of 2 to 1 I was just looking for options (as long as they work) R1N
  13. What are the pros/cons of the Okuma Coldwater vs the Cabela's DepthMaster II Linecounter Trolling Reels? In looking at both, I assume that Okuma makes the DepthMaster for them. The Cabela's reel is actual more money but seems like it may be better made. Trying for figure out from those that have used both or one/other what you like and don't like. I looked at both yesterday in store and today I see the Cabela's is on sale and less than the Coldwater now. Opinons welcome R1N
  14. Bluetop has been a great guy to do business with. I have bought over 100 spoons from him and each deal is as good as the last. Dave
  15. I will take them, left you a VM this morning also Thanx Dave
  16. I recently started using pair of these reels. One 453 and one 303. Still a bit early to comment on durability and longevity, but so far I am very happy with them. I have them on the boat with a pair of Tekota's also in the same sizes. Not quite and smooth as the Tekota out of the box but for half the price I am trying them. For the cost if they hold up I can get another spare or two or put different line on them and not break the bank. I could now use some of the same rods for walleye as I do for Stripers and Lakers but with different line. Time will tell how they do in the long run but I think they will be great.
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