jimalbert

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  1. I think you made a smart choice my friend! Sent from my SM-G920V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  2. Wanted

    PM's sent to both of you. Jim
  3. Okuma Magda 45DX Anyone have any 45DX's or similar for sale? Just looking to throw a few backups on the boat. Jim
  4. Cannon Tab Lock Bases (2207001) I have (3) Cannon Tab Lock Bases here that were pulled from my boat when I put my new downriggers on. Looks like they retail for about 25-30 bucks new depending on where you look. 50 bucks shipped for them all. All are in good condition. Jim
  5. Fishy is your guy! Great shop over there on Keuka.
  6. I too like the Garmin stuff... EchoMap 73dv is what I have at the helm and a striker 4 dv up front. I dont use the DI for trolling but it has traditional sonar as well. Garmin's service is what sold me on it. Jim
  7. Nice job guys! Always happy to see a father and son making some great memories!! Sent from my SM-G920V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  8. Harvey, I have a few. I will give you a buzz to see if you want them. Jim
  9. I load the hornady 139gr hornady sst for most of my hunting as chuck has indicated. When I'm hunting something bigger or go west I always load Barnes ttsx or nosler accubonds. I didn't want this to get into some passing match about calibers. I'm simply stating my results and versatility with the 08. Sent from my SM-G920V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  10. That little caliber is sweet also. The only negative is the ones you provided. I like to have guns that ammo and reloading supplies are readily accessible. Not only that but the 257 weatherby mag uses much more powder than the 708 at similar velocities. For 3200 ft per second and a 120 grain bullet you would be looking at 64 grains with the 257 vs. 42 grains with the 708.
  11. Its not. And its 60*. Im not by any means saying the bolt on the american compares to the bolt on one of my high end hawkeye, browning micro's, or a 700bdl but for a "hunting" rifle its great. When you pull the bolt out on the Mossberg Patriot and wiggle back and forth theres definitely play. The ruger American doesnt. Jim
  12. I have the standard and am completely happy with it. All black and non-glossy finish. The all weather would be a nice option as well. I won a mossberg patriot and would recommend it because it shoots extremely well but the bolt is extremely sloppy. Nice looking gun though. If you reload shoot me a PM and I will give you load data that is proven through the patriot. Jim
  13. Les is right. I should have specified when I used the DV language that I dont use that at all for trolling, only when bass fishing and looking for structure. My 73DV also has chirp as I think most new generation sonar do. I personally dont think chirp would be a necessity for trolling though. Jim