Jump to content
Search In
  • More options...
Find results that contain...
Find results in...

greenhornet73

Members
  • Content Count

    341
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

1 Neutral

About greenhornet73

  • Birthday 12/17/1973

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Camillus
  • Home Port
    Anywhere USA
  • Boat Name
    Plug'N Away

Recent Profile Visitors

3,112 profile views
  1. Yeah tell me about it, I’m actually a little stressed out trying to fit in all the species I can in only a couple months time. I have to remind myself that a couple solid trips is more enjoyable than a bunch of run and gun empty handed missions that just waste time and gas and piss off the wife
  2. Yeah they looked too silver to be within 40’ which is when I usually start for them with the yak without downriggers. Right now I’m tying porgie rigs and clousers for the false albicore run that is finally starting
  3. Nice job, you’re doing well out there. I know it’s not easy dragging multiple lines and fighting a fish while keeping the boat on course, well done! How deep were you trolling out there? I’m hoping to get one trip of inshore trolling before the big runs begin
  4. I was expecting that comment Lucky 13 and cant say I don't question it myself at times
  5. Haha imagine the looks I get in the yak when I fish the “trench” in 120’ on a calm day out in front of camp and hooked up on a fish. Doesnt matter if I’m in 7’ of water or 140’, that vest doesn’t come off regardless of the temps.
  6. Nice job baller! I wont be able to get out there again until late september after I get back from striper fishing in the Sound. You may not recognize me next year, it looks like I will be upgrading to something with a motor, sadly these shoulders are starting to feel their age
  7. greenhornet73

    Henderson Harbor

    wow nice fish! i wasnt able to get out to the trench all weekend with the kayak, the wind was a little too much but when it layed down yesterday afternoon my arms were no longer up for the long haul so ended up fishing smallmouths for the afternoon. Quite a few boats out there yesterday, gonna have to wait until they move in now and pick on the dark ones.
  8. greenhornet73

    Nice haul on a sunset troll

    thanks, very helpful info. I have all Ted 9’s since my 11 is one that doesn’t rattle. For harnesses I will switch to inline weights and try for the suspended fish. Thanks!
  9. greenhornet73

    Nice haul on a sunset troll

    on a side note, do you ever have issues with the TDD's? I have 6 or 7 of them and but only 3 of them have rattled out of the box and the paint bubbled up on 2 of the ones that don't rattle. I contacted Rapala and they wouldn't do anything about it without a receipt.
  10. greenhornet73

    Nice haul on a sunset troll

    I'm running 36" harnesses off 2 oz bottom bouncers on bottom. I never tried suspending them, not sure if that would work or not. I use the Rap TDD's in the color you told me and when they work they really work just not really often. I run them with 30# braid and a 10' leader of 15# fluoro with 100 - 120' of line out between the 2 rods off the kayak.
  11. greenhornet73

    Nice haul on a sunset troll

    Nice job Justin, I was out there Sunday night trolling the East shore but couldn't get anything else but silver bass to bite the harnesses. Did get some nice marks 20-30 down in 40'+ so switched to deep cranks and no luck. I've been struggling on the little "O" this year and may have to try Oneida for the next outing. Keep up the good work, you keep me confident that there are still walleyes in that lake
  12. greenhornet73

    Nice haul on a sunset troll

    Nice job Justin, I was out there Sunday night trolling the East shore but couldn't get anything else but silver bass to bite the harnesses. Did get some nice marks 20-30 down in 40'+ so switched to deep cranks and no luck. I've been struggling on the little "O" this year and may have to try Oneida for the next outing. Keep up the good work, you keep me confident that there are still walleyes in that lake
  13. I believe the one caught last summer out of Oswego by a salmon fisherman was a 50"+ class fish. Obviously was not being targeted but proof that they are out there. I had a good sized one chase my spinnerbait to the canoe years ago in blind sodus bay and also caught a 6" fry on an eggsac one spring steelhead fishing in the SR
  14. greenhornet73

    Pike in BRB/Henderson area

    i haven't been there in a few years but used to fish for pike at the start of the season in Sodus Bay launching by the bridge from the bait shop and did really well using topwaters and subsurface lures along the weedlines and am sure you would connect often with deceivers or other pike flies.
×