CatskillBob

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About CatskillBob

  • Birthday December 17

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Catskill Mountains
  • Interests
    Fishing, Watershed Science, stream restoration, habitat improvement, outdoor activities
  • Home Port
    Rondout Creek - Hudson River
  • Boat Name
    Bobbyn' Along

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  1. You are not kidding! I'd gladly trade those 60&70 degree days we had in february back in. Stripers will be in the Hudson and boat will still be in a snow pile. After this cold snap we should be back on track though hopefully. Until then, Ill keep changing hooks and priming my liver for fishing season. Here's to nicer days ahead
  2. Wanted

    Stinger has something close in the nitro series, https://www.fish307.com/michigan-stinger-nitro-glow-e-t-1009/ This was a good color for me on the FLs last summer after being introduced to it on Champ.
  3. Looks like they borrowed some ideas from a member on this board who sell dynamite laker rigs.
  4. I miscounted the original inventory. My apologies. I have 5 suspending left. All floaters sold. Below is a photo of the remaining lures. I'd take $30 + shipping for the remaining 5
  5. 19 floaters sold pending payment. Thanks B!
  6. Yozuri Edge Minnows 125 Yo-zuri Edge Minnow 125f (new out of package) $7 West Hurley, NY (12491) Hi LOU Members. I have a few Yo-zuri Edge Minnows 125mm R-975 lures - 24 lures total I would like to sell. I purchased these for the spring striped bass run on the Hudson River i but they have just sat in the box. Purchased from FishUSA in 2013 for $15.95 per lure. I would like to get 7.00 per lure. Shipping is flat at 5.00 per package regardless on how many you purchase. The colors I have are shown in the photos. Here is a list of what I have available. F for floating, S for suspending. Qty updated Blue Flash (s) - 1 Gold Flash (s)- 1 Sardine Flash (s) - 1 Silver Flash (s) - 2
  7. Cabela's Brand Semi-Synthetic 2-Stroke Oil Hi Guys, seeking advice. I have an older 1990 Yamaha 225 2 stroke carbeurated outboard. I have always run yamalube 2m outboard 2 stroke oil in the motor and never experienced issues other than the high cost of the Yamaha oil @ 32 dollars per gallon. While shopping for a new net on the Cabelas website I see they have their brand semi-synthetic tcw3 oil on sale for $12.59 a gallon. At that price i bought a gallon to try. Anyone have any experience with this oil? Nothing but good reviews on the product (44/45 gave it 4 or 5 stars) which leads me to believe its probably an okay product. I understand that the Yamalube and other higher quality oils have additives that decrease the amount of soot, carbon and ash buildup, but I run RingFree so I should be okay with this oil. Anyone have any advice or opinions? If nothing else, maybe someone else will benefit from a good price on oil from my post. Thanks! Bobby
  8. Sorry guys, these have been sold through another sportsman forum. Thanks for your interest.
  9. I responded to both via PM. Please give me a call or respond. Thanks!
  10. Pedestal seats w/ foot rest (2) from pursuit cc I have two pedestal style swivel boat chairs available for sale. They come with two swivel footrests. The were just removed from a pursuit center console to make room for a leaning post. They are solid but... The upholstery is in poor shape from years of uv (still usable, no tears), one strap to hold seat pad to chair is torn (temporary bungee included), one footrest has minor crack and one of the adjustment knobs needs to be freed. Easily installed with 12 stainless machine screws, 11 included. Located in Hudson Valley, NY. Would like to get $100. Could meet for pickup. Thx.
  11. Plastic box here... Dollar general with locking lid special. 3 boxes fit nicely inside an old milk crate.
  12. 3 lbs venison sliced 3/16"-1/4" 1 cup soy 1 cup worstershire 2 TBS liquid smoke 2 TBS garlic powder 2 TBS onion powder 2 TBS black pepper Combine and let marine for 24 hrs. Dehydrate until desired toughness. Just did 15 lbs. Takes a while to slice into consitant thickness but it's worth the effort. Doesn't last long around here