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  1. shawn.faherty1

    Kicker motor size

    Thanks for the feedback so far. I had been leaning towards a 15hp, but budget wise i was looking for a early to mid 2000s used motor and there seems to be a lot more 9.9s out there. Does any one know if the high thrust 9.9s make a big difference? I will be doing most of my fishing in senica lake, but i don't want to be under powered on lake Ontario because i like to go out at least a couple of times a season on the big lake. Thanks again for the advice. Sent from my SM-N950U using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  2. shawn.faherty1

    Kicker motor size

    Hi everyone, This fall i bought a 2002 Bayliner 2655 and am looking to rig it with a kicker motor and a tr1 gold autopilot. I have been trying to decide how much trolling motor i need to push the boat. I had a 7.5 hp 2 stroke on my 21ft bayliner trophy and it did a decent job unless it started to get choppy, then i would have to start the main. I am planning on getting a 4 stroke kicker but not sure if a 10hp will be enough. If anyone has advise wold appreciated Sent from my SM-N950U using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  3. shawn.faherty1

    A-Tom-Mik Flies near Seneca?

    Runnings in Canandaigua has a decent assortment of trolling flies. They have a couple of different brands to include a-tom-ik, and a decent selection of trolling spoons. Sent from my XT907 using Lake Ontario United mobile app