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FishnChef

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    Adirondacks
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    anywhere I want to trailer 2
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    Crestliner 1850 Superhawk

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  1. FishnChef

    Adirondack rut report?

    Yeah the food equation is definitely tough this year but I'm in an area that consistently holds deer and I know there's lots of does around so it stands to reason bucks would be around too. I'm just puzzled by the fact that the bucks that I'm fairly certain are around are not making their usual scrubs scrapes and rubs on the logging trails where I find them year after year especially considering there's rut activity down south.
  2. FishnChef

    New FF/GPS looking for recommendations

    Helix 10 mega si is my pick. Got one mid summer, freaking love it
  3. FishnChef

    Adirondack rut report?

    Any fellow Big Woods Hunters on here? I hunt the high peaks region in the northeastern Adirondacks . Haven't been out much but I've done 3 full day still hunts and a couple morning and afternoon sits. Only hunted one day for muzzleloader and saw a doe that I decided to pass on regrettably. We still have a lot of leaves on the trees up here for some reason and not a very good acorn year and no beech so I'm wondering if that's the reason why though I am seeing deer sign I have yet to encounter a fresh rub or scrape. After reading legacy's thread it would stand to reason that the deer are in rut mode up here if they are down south but I've yet to see any hard evidence pointing in that direction. I've seen more bear than deer in the woods this year. Thoughts anyone? Thinking I might need to find some new spots
  4. I have the Garmin GPS map 64st that I use for hunting and Waypoint marking when I'm out fishing on other people's boats. Lol. I like the unit though I think it was $250 through Cabela's
  5. FishnChef

    First time.

    Champlain would be my recommendation
  6. Totalscan transducer?
  7. FishnChef

    carpet alternatives

    The vinyl in my crestliner is pretty good but she can get a bit slippery with a large amount of fish slime/blood. It's a trade-off and I think people sometines exaggerate how slick it is especially if it's just water which I find presents no issue. I would imagine there's many different manufacturers of vinyl out there and I'm sure they're all different tho
  8. And an extra remote... not that I'm speaking from experience also I have heard the remotes don't float so be careful
  9. more than a little drive away, I'm in the Lake Placid area
  10. I'll pull the Moonshine out and go 40 shipped that's about it other than that I'll just keep them
  11. I'll do 25 shipping not included. The shipping will be right around 25 bucks
  12. FishnChef

    canadian rules around charity shoals

    yes it is my understanding that you no longer have to call into customs 2 fish Canadian Waters as long as you don't drop anchor or set foot on shore but you do need to have the appropriate Canadian fishing license. this is not to be taken as a statement of fact it is my understanding though
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