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    Norwich Ny
  • Interests
    Fishing hunting Anything Outdoors
  • Home Port
    Myers/ Mexico Point
  • Boat Name
    Lily / Kelly Daze/

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  1. If you are looking for stacker clips that attach to your cable you can use trot line clips. Bought a hole bag full off amazon cheap and made my own stacker releases Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-T337A using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  2. Good luck Andy. I haven't been able to make a trip since June due to. Major motor overhaul of the new boat. Good luck Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-T337A using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  3. Nice thanks Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-T337A using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  4. Did not meen to give false information the last time I was there it was for donations but that was quite a while ago Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-T337A using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  5. Like I said off the same town road is a restaurant on the lake. They used to allow launching for a fee. I haven't been up the channel this year but used to go up it in a aluminum center console. I just would keep your out board trimmed up. Usally it was around 3 ft deep for the most part Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-T337A using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  6. There is a town launch called Scott's park. It is on the inlet to the lake. There is also a restaurant on the same town road that allows launching for a fee. The last time I knew the town park was donation launching Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-T337A using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  7. Probably old seth green rigs. The one on the right is a penn senator and the other on the left looks like a older Mitchell. I still have both reels on my boat I run lead core off them on longer newer rods. Both are good reels in my opinion Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-T337A using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  8. I haven't been on the lake since father's day this year because of boat troubles. But in years past this time of year the fish are set up in the 70 to 80 ft range holding with bait in the cooler water. Set backs for me have never made much diferance for me it seems the fish aren't that picky. Flasher flies in green chartreuse or white seem to always do well. All my downriggers are always stacked or have cheaters on them for silvers with stinger sized spoons for silvers, bright colored spoons orange and red seem to produce well for me depending the day. A lot of times as sun gets up in the sky I do well with all silver spoons. Or spoons in blue and silver or black and white. This info only pertains to cayuga lake but I would have to imagine senaca would probably be about the same. Keep it simple always works better for me. Good luck and be safe. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-T337A using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  9. lily

    Need help.

    I have a 27 ft searay sundancer with a 454 single screw mercrusier that I puchchased last year from a dealer. The boat was bought used and at this point I'm not going to slander the dealership for they don't know about my problems as of yet. Anyway I purchased the boat in October of last year and brought it home and rigged it for fishing. I pit it in a slip on cayuga and fished out of it 4 or 5 times during October and then took it back to the marina I purchased it from to have them winterize it and go check every over to make sure it would be good for this year. This year before putting the boat in the water in mid may I started the boat at home on the muffs and ran the antifreeze out of the engine as I was instructed to do by the marina that did the winterization. I checked the oil charged the batteries and then took boat to cauga lake an launched it. I fished out of it for. 1 day back at the end of may and put it back in it's slip at Frontenac marina. That day everything ran great had no problems. Yesterday 6/19/19 I went to fish and went threw my standard pre launch check. Started boat up let it idle for a while while I was getting things ready to go un tied the boat and idled out of the marina. About a 1/4 mile out of the marina I started to try to get the boat up on a plane and boat was lacking in horsepower at full throttle boat would not climb over 3500 rpm. I backed of the throttle and tried again to come up on a plane this time the engine climes to just about 3500 rpms and completely dies and won't restart. Open the motor well smells of burt fuel almost like diesel smoke. Bilg was clean of any gas spray or oil. Spark arrestor on the carborator Semmes to have a black film on it. I had to be towed in from the guys at Frontenac marina and I give a huge thanks to them free of charge for people who slip with them. Anyway they called me yesterday and told me there mechanic looked at the boat quick and said my oil dip stick was dry. I never received a low oil alarm nothing over heated. I know my oil presher alarm works. It goes off if the key is left on and the boat isn't started. It looks like my season has ended before my first whole day on the water. I've logged 4 hrs fishing time this year. Thanks for any advise Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-T337A using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  10. Went out today also across the lake from you. Hit the 2ater around 1130 and fished until about 230. Caught 4 fish all above 6 lbs with one coming in at almost 10. All fish were on flasher fly combos with white atomic flys being the best. Marked a ton of bait and fish from 20 ft down to 50 ft. Held riggers 8n the 40 ft range and divers out 150 and 160. Had 2 kids with me 11 and 14 so boat controll was tough. Lead with different spoons was dead today. Good luck headed out for a day trip Wednesday Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-T337A using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  11. Thanks for report hope to be out on the north end long point/dean's cove area Monday Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-T337A using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  12. Nice job that's awesome Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-T337A using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  13. Marked fish in 70 ft of water that were not active at all. But most fish both caught and marked were in the 25 to 45 ft range Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-T337A using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  14. Fished last week up on the north end of the lake and did well with spoons. All fish were in shallow water is still pretty cold. All my fish were caught in the 35 ft range. All silver spoons on a 5 color lead was most productive. Riggers were pretty quiet but dipsy on a 3 setting had some hits too. I would imagine from t falls to the boy scout camp will be good along the flat before the steep drop off. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-T337A using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  15. I have a friend who is interested in fishing for crappie and such and he asked me if there were any in cayuga up on the north end. I have never fished for anything but trout and salmon so I couldn't really help him. I know there are perch and bass in the lake and the normal sunfish but does cayuga have much of a crappie population. Thanks. Good luck Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-T337A using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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