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  1. Tried Salmon fishing, bought a bunch of gear. Went out about 5 times and decided it is not my thing. Good deal for anyone needing great gear. I have the following available for sale and will sell at 50% of the retail price which I have listed. Maybe a little better if you buy everything. Don't bother calling if you are not prepared to pay these prices as I would rather keep it then give it away. The gear is in perfect order and a steel at these prices. Call Brad at 416 414 2801 or email [email protected] 1 - Scotty 2116 High Performance Downrigger with 2 Stainless rod holders. $730. - sell for $365 3 x Shimano Tekota 600 LC - $275 each - these are loaded with braided line - sell for 140 each 2 x Shimano Talora Dipsy rods. 10 feet. TLA100MH2 - $135 each - sell fro $65 each 1 - Shimano Talora downrigger 8’6†TLA86MH2 - $120 - Sell for $60 All prices Canadian $
  2. Went out for 4 hours Thursday morning and caught one small Rainbow and lost another. We went straight out from PC 10km to 200+ fow and trolled east into the east wind. Marked quite a few fish 25 to 40 feet. The one we caught was on a downrigger line 35 feet down with yellow / green spoon. Just happy to be out on the water and to catch anything in an east wind. Brad
  3. I am going for my first Lake Ontario fishing trip this Thursday morning. Just got my boat rigged and hoping to get first time lucky:) I am out of Port Credit and considering going to St. Catherines, Bronte, or straight out from PC. Someone suggested I should go out about 10Km to 200 to 300 feet of water and fish at 15 to 45 feet for Trout. Any suggestions. Thanks Brad
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