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  1. Hi Everyone. Planning to finally get back on the big lake tomorrow after a year long hiatus after selling my Lund Rebel. After a 9 month search I was finally able to replace it with another Lund, an Impact. We've got everything ready to go and are just looking for thoughts on where to launch and any thoughts on a starting point fow. Really appreciate the help. Sean Sent from my moto g stylus using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  2. $1300. Sent from my moto g stylus using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  3. MSD/HMPT-E6 CHIP + USB Open Box - Missing the Sonar Chart CD (optional) Retail is $199 https://www.westmarine.com/buy/navionics--msd-hmpt-e6-east-u-s-hotmaps-platinum-microsd-card--11094273 I can ship. Sean 315-749-6766 Sent from my moto g stylus using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  4. $1400 OBO Sent from my moto g stylus using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  5. So sorry to anyone that tried to reach out I mistyped a digit in my cell phone number. It's 315-749-6766!!! Sean Sent from my moto g stylus using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  6. Pair of Big Jon Captain's Pak Downriggers. Pulled these off of a boat I just bought. Like new, see pictures. I also have full wiring set for them so you can just plug and go! From Big Jon... The Captain’s Pak[emoji2400] comes complete with a ball cradle, 2 Multi-Set[emoji2400] rod holders, a swivel base, a footage counter, 200 feet of stainless steel cable, a 4 in. x 4 in. mounting plate (with mounting bolts), and line release. $1500 OBO Sean 315-749-6766 Sent from my moto g stylus using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  7. Hey guys, I've seen so many videos lately of guys targeting browns and steel through the ice in a number of Lake Michigan harbors with good success. Are there any east end harbors that make good ice to give it a try? And obviously where it can be done legally? The tactics I've seen are guys setting up near shore, in and around docks, etc. A couple potential spots that come to mind as potential sites...Oswego Harbor, The SR Estuary via Pine Grove? Thanks for any help. Sean Sent from my moto g stylus using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  8. I've always had good luck on eBay with my gear. Setup daily reminders for the specific model #s you're looking for and be patient. Usually with some time time you can get a new or open box unit for 20-35% off. Just bought a 7" helix gps g3n unit for $425 this week. Just be ready to pull the trigger quickly when you're item comes up! Sean Sent from my moto g stylus using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  9. Great question I was just trying to find a balance between overall functionality and having some decent space to hold gear and possibly spend an overnight or two on the boat. I am definitely open to other ideas in that range if you have any Sent from my moto g stylus using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  10. So I sold my 17' Lund Rebel about a month ago with the intent of sizing up to a 21-25' walkaround to handle a bit more weather on the big lake. I've been looking around at a bunch of makes/models and honestly the list is a bit overwhelming. I'm hoping to get everyone's thoughts on boats you'd recommend and maybe those to stay away from. My priorities are probably the same as anyone in search of one of these boats; large rear deck for fishing, ample storage in the cuddy, reliability, stability in "weather", towable by a 1/2 ton, etc. My budget isn't huge at $20-$30k. A few features that I think would be nice...hardtop, outboard, wash down, lockable cuddy, autopilot. I put together a list of Makes/Models that I've seen either for sale or recently sold that meet these basic requirements, in no particular order. Parker 2310 DV 2310 DV WA 2310 WA 2510 XLD 2510 XL Wellcraft 220 COASTAL 22 WA 232 24 WA Pursuit 2460 DENALI 2470 WA 2150 WA Bayliner Trophy 2052 STRIPER 2152 WA 2502 PRO NorthCoast 24 Fisherman 24 Express Boston Whaler 255 CONQUEST Hydra-Sports 230 WA 230 SEAHORSE Proline 23 WA Grady White 228 Seafarer 232 Gulf Stream Some Others… SeaSwirl Striper Robalo AquaSport Shamrock Let me know what you think and what I may be missing! Thanks, Sean
  11. We finally found the one we were looking for this afternoon. 50' down over 55'. Flasher + Meat. 31". Send back down swimming. Can't thank everyone enough for their help. Sean Sent from my moto g stylus using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  12. Great advice. My slide divers are parked at home in my basement, ugh. I have fixed cheaters set and will give them a go this morning. Believe it or not had a decent bite yesterday on flasher + meat. I shaved down some lake O herring strips to make them a bit more streamlined and that got them chasing into the riggers and a couple small Lakers on the deck.
  13. I've definitely seen some decent marks but it's hard to be sure with the piles of smelt. I've put riggers right on them with leads from 30' to 130' back. Only one I've caught was a juvenile LT on 7 color core and a daiwa TD Minnow plug. Sent from my moto g stylus using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  14. Hi Everyone, Our family is staying on 4th lake for the week through labor day. Always done pretty well on LT and LLS. Can't move a rod this year in 5 days. Confidence pretty low at this point. I've tried all the usual stuff... spoons, cowbells, plugs even some FF and meat. Have also tried vertical jigging with no results. Screen lit up with smelt just about everywhere in 40+ which could be part of the problem. Any help is super appreciated. Thank you. Sean Sent from my moto g stylus using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  15. Damn that's a savage move right there Sent from my moto g stylus using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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