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tlombardozzi

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  1. 14 hours ago, UNREEL said:

    X2. Dark days or bright. No real pattern - just a real versatile spoon. If it's not on a rigger it's usually out on a junk line or dipsey. 

    Tom,  are you docking on same docks again this season?  Kevin

     

    Yes sir 

  2. First hunts of the season today...one doe this morning and a mix of small bucks and does this afternoon ...went in this afternoon at 12:30 and they were already moving ....saw a huge coyote at last light but no shot...back at it in the morning 

  3. The boat I bought last fall came with these on it but since I installed a fishing arch I have no use for them. A pair of Big Jon Quad Rod Trees with quick connect bases which can be mounted to your boat to take on and off.  In excellent condition.  These list for brand new around $300/piece but asking $500 for the pair OBO.  Located in Rochester, NY, would prefer to have them picked up or could meet somewhere close if need be.

     

    Please IM for any questions, etc.

     

    Tomy

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  4. 39 minutes ago, whaler1 said:

    Really cool stuff!  could you have harvested a wolf there as well?

    No, but if I felt ‘threatened’ I could have shot one.  Over there, you can legally only trap them.  I had no shot, some of the thickest woods I’ve seen 

  5. Last week I was lucky enough to hunt with an outfitter in northern Saskatchewan on Brabant Lake for spring black bear (Bear Down Outfitters).  The first night on the stand I saw two bears and harvested the first one being a good size boar (approx. 250 lbs) at 14 yards with the bow.  The bear went about 50 yards before crashing into the woods.  It got interesting as I waited on my guide when I heard a twig snap and spotted a large wolf coming downwind and caught the scent of my bear.  Luckily, the guide showed up 10 minutes later and we recovered by bear but the wolf had already dragged my bear about 40 yards and ate a portion of his hind leg.  Any longer and I would not have been able to salvage my bear.  Wolves were everywhere with tracks and sign at almost every spot we saw.  

     

    The rest of the week I fished for northern pike on the lake, the fishing was unlike anything I have ever experienced.  Easily boated close to 200 fish over the course of the week, the last day I caught 69 alone.  The country out there was untouched and it was an incredible adventure.  One of my bucket list items I always wanted to do.

     

    Tomy

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