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  1. Tominatorny

    Cayuga Myers north

    Three rods, 15 hook points per rod... so I can run 3 rods on riggers, with a slider on each one so I have 6 lures in the water. I guess you could technically put 2 sliders fixed with rubber bands on each rod for 9 lures in the water, but damn thats just asking for a tangled mess!! That would be exactly the time you'd hook into "Goliath" and end up in a serious mess
  2. Tominatorny

    Cayuga Myers north

    Running sliders will not only double the number of baits you have in the water, but since they run at about half your rigger line depth, you can also double the amount of water column you are covering
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    Cayuga Myers north

    I prefer the smaller spoons (2 1/2 - 3") for landlocks and rainbows, larger spoons for lakers. I like hammered nickel with blue or green. I'd suggest trying some lighter line or at least lighter leaders, I often run 8 or 10 lb fluorocarbon. If you need the heavy line to shed fleas, use as long a leader as you can handle to land fish. You do have to play the fish carefully with the lighter line, but it gets more bites. Your boat speed does not sound that bad, to me. Do you run sliders on your downrigger lines? That doubles your number of baits in the water. Don't overlook stick baits if your after lakers. Watch your graph, and let the fish tell you what depth they are at.
  4. Tominatorny

    Cayuga Jigging Report - 6/23 & 6/24

    Hey guys, I tried jigging this weekend out of Myers, need some advice. I do very well in the winter, jigging lakers thru the ice. But from the boat, how do you keep the boat in one place to keep the jig on the fishfinder? I couldn't keep it on the screen long enough to get down deep (60-100'). Any advice? Thanks in advance!
  5. Is there any lake access or lake rights?
  6. These are still for sale! Lots of interest but no one shows up. Money talks, BS walks!!!
  7. I have a matching set of manual downriggers. Great working condition, just took them off the boat. They have good cable and clips, mounting bases are included, I used up to 12# ball and they worked just fine. I'd like to get $150, call or text 315-663-5422 or message on here. Thanks!
  8. These are still for sale! Had two buyers no-show. Money talks, BS walks! Price seems pretty fair to me, I thought these would sell.
  9. So I went to Fair Haven, mostly because I've been going to Oswego lately and wanted a change. Well, the change was, no fish.... Water temps were all wrong, the chute was 53 degrees and the lake was 55-56, crystal clear water, no wind, and very little temp breaks. There was a very small area of warmer temps out of the swamp in the park, but not very much. Fished all over 4-30 feet, riggers, planers, flatlines, spoons, stickbaits and deep divers. Even moved out to 100-130 ft, tried rigging for lakers. No marks, no bites. Zero. But it was an absolutely gorgeous flat calm day.... sunset was amazing... and didn't have to worry about cleaning fish
  10. Running up for an afternoon trip,, which port would you recommend today, with a light NW breeze? Any info appreciated! Thanks
  11. These are still for sale as of 5/13/2018. These are great downriggers, I have caught a ton of trout and salmon on them off my small boat
  12. I have a matching set of manual downriggers. Great working condition, just took them off the boat because I bought electrics. They have good cable and clips, mounting bases are included, I used up to 12# ball and they worked just fine.I'd like to get $150, call or text 315-663-5422 or message on here. Thanks!
  13. SOLD- I have a matching pair of Cannon downriggers Magnum 10A for sale. Both of them work fine, I will hook them up to a battery and run them for you. They have the short booms, very solid, each downrigger has 3 rodholders which is extremely handy. Includes the mounting bases for both, they are loaded with wire cable, both have good clips to attach the ball, both end pulleys are good. Includes wiring harness as well. See the pictures below. Located in Syracuse, pickup only unless you wanna pay the hefty shipping bill. I think that these complete setups, with the triple rodholders, are worth $250 each. Call or text 315-663-5422 or message me on here.
  14. The brown i caught was on April 12, about 1 mi east of Oswego in about 20 feet of water. I'm fairly sure they were alewife not gizz.
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