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in Big / Small Game
Posted 6 hours ago
in Open Lake Discussion
Don't think so but only a guess since I haven't heard of one. You could make your own mounting brackets. I have 2 on my boat for my extra 2 home made downriggers that are about the same size as a Big Jon. Slide in, thumb screw to secure, easy removal. You could even make a bracket to fit on swivel mounts also.
in Classifieds - Buy, Sell, Trade or Rent
Posted Monday at 11:47 AM
Where would that be , in the unit or mounted separate somewhere else?
Posted May 12
I have a ap 2000 in my boat that never worked for me, busted when I bought boat. was told it needed mother board. What is a fluxgate and if it is a separate part and easy to remove ,I will sell it to you.
Posted May 10
Edited May 10 by Steve.e
I'll check to see if I still have it. Do you still need? If not I can open one up and look at it.
Posted May 9
I agree with the easterly wind theory. He may be way out there.
Posted May 2
How much assist does that have? Fairly easy to move up and down?
in Questions About Trout & Salmon Trolling?
Posted April 26
Edited April 26 by Steve.e
I had steering issues with my 19" islander using 2 bags also. They were running about even with front chairs. The boat would sway right and left continually. I lengthened the ropes so they now run even with the rear cleats and use a shorter rope on the rear loop of the bags tied to rear cleats to keep them tight to the hull. Boat tracks perfectly now.
in New York Fishing Reports - Lake Ontario (South Shore)
Posted April 21
They also hang out in Irondequoit Bay.
Posted April 14
color determines age I believe.
Posted March 31
stag arms AR-15 223-3
Ruger super black hawk 44mag-3
T/C omega 50 cal. muzzy-dozens
3 different PSE compounds- couple dozen.
in Ice fishing
Posted February 3
Hemlock is loaded with bait, probably why catching the trout and lakers is tough. When ever I'm there I mark tons of bait pods mostly on the west side north end about 30-50 ft July time frame. There are lots of hooks under every pod usually. I've run cranks, drop shot bottom bouncers and they just won't hit. Very frustrating when you see so much down there. As for lakers, try pulling copper in 50-60 ft. have had some success with that in the past.
Posted February 1
Edited February 1 by Steve.e
I did catch a couple around 10# and 2 around 3# many moons ago, have tried a couple times over the years but can't seem to get them. A friend of mine told me recently that someone that a friend knows has some success with them. I have marked nice schools of something under bait fish on the northwest side in about 25ft of water but couldn't get a hit. I'm thinking maybe suspended ones in the mid lake deeper water in the summer might work, they could be out there following the alwives around. We'll see this summer.
Posted February 1
Anybody ever caught a walleye through the ice on Hemlock? Or does anyone attempt it?
Posted November 2, 2021
Edited November 2, 2021 by Steve.e
What do you want for all the sticks and how many? Do they have the straps? Will meet somewhere if this happens.
Posted October 5, 2021
What was modified for the scotty beads? Are they thinner than the originals?
Posted September 7, 2021
forest lawn web cam. Webster
in This Old Boat
Not hard to do if you have the motor. DIY
in Boats for Sale
Posted August 25, 2021
Recent survey, or stringer work?
Posted August 18, 2021
meangreencj7 please call me regarding the stands. 729-6317
Posted August 17, 2021
PM sent again. Anybody home?
Posted August 16, 2021
Posted August 10, 2021
Maybe try picking up your speed a little when lowering, will have less upward drift.
Posted August 9, 2021
Was out Sandy Fri. and Sat. , skunked Friday. Stayed in under 200. Sat caught 1 laker in 110 and that was it. Not seeing much of anything. Going deep next time.
Posted July 27, 2021
I don't see a problem using the riggers for attractors. As long as you use only 3 'baited' poles each . No law concerning that as far as I know.