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  1. Reels for sale Selling 7 reels, price listed for each or all for 200. Penn 49 "deep sea reel" in nice shave everything works $40 Penn 320 GTI works good, nice shape, the lettering on the side is worn $40 Daiwa sealine SL175H in great shape $40 Penn 209 with line counter great shape $40 Penn peer 309 works fine but shows some wear $30 Penn 310 GTI works great and in nice shape but missing tension knob for free spool $30 Daiwa great lakes 47lc works well but faded from sun and also missing tension knob for free spool $20 Most are spooled with leadcore 2 with braid was planning to take line off before selling unless you want it..
  2. Prices too high? Any offers?
  3. Spoons, riggers, fish finders 45-50 assorted spoons, a few suttons, a few fingerlakes tackle and many others. Some do have rusty hooks and or split rings that may need to be replaced. Would like to get $75. 2 manual Cannon downriggers with slide in style mounts, not swivel. Both are spooled with 60lb braid not wire. $50 each. Lowrance Elite 4x chirp and a Garmin Stryker 4dv. Both include all wires & transducers but not the small bracket that attaches transducer to boat. . We had built in mounts on our boat and the originals were lost. $75 each. Located near Ithaca.
  4. Cayuga

    A shot from Stewart park and one further up fall Creek this afternoon... I think it'll be a few days before the south end is cleared up
  5. Cayuga

    We use pretty much the same type of sticks that we would for trolling, larger ones that are heavy enough to cast a ways. As for jigs I've experimented with lots of different types, hair jigs, "flukes" paddle tails, tubes etc. Usually 1/8-1/2 oz.
  6. Cayuga

    casting jigs and stickbaits in shallow, 5-20 FOW. As someone else posted earlier, due to the amount of debris in the water, trolling would have been a real headache.
  7. Cayuga

    Cayuga 4/21 Put in at Myers and headed south until it got too muddy then back up West side. Despite the loads of debris and rain storm we had a pretty good day. Boated 5 LLs and 2 browns as well as two large pike which was a surprise.
  8. I caught this guy last fall on Cayuga when my rapalla bumped the bottom. I figured it was weeds, quite a surprise. Maybe I should have kept him for dinner...
  9. Cayuga

    It should be good to go, I put in last weekend and there was just a small ice Berg in the Eastern most ramp, the other one was completely open. There was a decent amount of debris out there from all the rain, good luck...
  10. Added more/better pictures, the cheapest I've seen this motor is 899 from gander mountain, that's without batteries/chargers... Make an offer. Minn Kota power drive v2 ipilot Just upgraded to a larger motor, this is the 12v 54" shaft 55lb thrust powerdrive v2 with ipilot. Comes with 2 deep cycle batteries (1 Napa and 1 Walmart) both around 1 year old and 2 battery minder chargers/maintainers. Everything works great, we have been using the motor up until a few weeks ago when we got new one. Going to post on Craigslist in a few days, giving LOU members a head start... Asking $650 or best offer PM or Call Bill - 607-844-9637 Located near Ithaca
  11. Here's a PDF of the flyer KKFile08242016.pdf
  12. Here's a link to the entry form it was posted in a thread a few days back... KKFile08242016.pdf
  13. Here's the entry form/info unfortunately I can't make it this year but good luck to everyone... FDpamplet2016.pdf
  14. Try north around long point, 120 FOW or so. the action has been good.