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Team Perch Lake Effect

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  • Gender
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  • Location
    LaFargeville, N.Y.
  • Home Port
    Chaumont
  • Boat Name
    Eyeliner

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  1. Trench today. 21# and a brown. I was 1 for 1, my buddy, 1 for 5! Lol! One was net operator! Hook got caught and it thrashed came out of net. Gone! Temp came up closer to surface than last times been out. Good day! Sent from my E6910 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  2. Thanks! Last couple times out have been tough. But finally everything worked out! Can't wait to get back out again! Sent from my E6910 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  3. And forgot my niece and nephew in law, their first kings!! And coming out of 125' it was a good battle!! They are "hooked"! Lol Sent from my E6910 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  4. Started around 630 in 100', found warm water, went out to 135, found good water around 125. Ground for about 4 hours before got first King in. 19#. Flasher fly at 120' on the fish hawk at 2.2 seemed to be what they wanted. Second fire short time after resulted in what I thought was bottom, was changing gear, spun boat around, yanked a bunch of times, and it started head shaking!! Got it in, 9# lake trout. Ok! What happened exactly there? Get wrapped around some junk on bottom? Someone's weight with line or maybe a downrigger?! Lol! Third fish 13#, fourth fish 17#. Afternoon bite around 2 is when things started happening. Green flies, white green flashers been good to me. And missed about 5-6 more, but, good day! Sent from my E6910 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  5. Today in the trench. Hunted, lost 3. Equipment dumb stuff! Line broke, swivel broke, then just plain lost 1! Sent from my E6910 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  6. I have the radio shack ones that clip on, found an old stock! Wrapped wire thru twice. Worked for me. Same here, resistor plugs. Not my first rodeo, I deal with electronics for a job, unfortunately.... Lol Sent from my E6910 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  7. This is the back. I figured I would have created a nightmare, but it all plays together. Sent from my E6910 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  8. I've had good luck using a ferrite ring, sometimes you may have to go with a inline filter for car stereo equipment. I have a clamp on style. wrapped wire twice worked on the 9. My enemy is everything is routed down the same side of the boat. I tried separating the power and transducer cables best I could, but then the kicker and its system interferes. I see Humminbird has a power cable with a ferrite bead now. Of course, more money! Why not include it on all power cables?? We pay enough for the damn things!!
  9. Mine is electrical interference. The Helix 9 right beside it doesn't act up since I put a filter on the power side. The kicker has a charging system that interferes with graphs. Not a true DC signal when charging. It's not sonar interference from another boat. I've never had that issue. Only time that happened is when I was ice fishing with my 7 and another friend was set up real close when we were jigging. Then you use the settings to tune the interference down. I have my Helix transducers on the back and the Fish hawk sender all on the same side about 6" apart. The Helix 7 is angled to try to keep riggers on screen when current isn't absurd.
  10. Lol! That's another site......... Sent from my E6910 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  11. #2. Same set up as #1. Sent from my E6910 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  12. Gotta do a little electrical interference tuning on the second graph. Was a hurry up install! Lol! But, works. Sent from my E6910 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  13. Started in 85' water, dropped probe to 75', 74 degree water, uh oh!! Around 90-95 found 52 degree water over 130'. First fish on a mountain dew spun doctor with green hulk fly. Marking fish around the 85'-100' one 135'. Fish here, just being tight mouthed. Solo run, will throw up more info as it happens. Sent from my E6910 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  14. Fish weather app. Can see real time buoy and winds from active stations and the forecast has been pretty accurate for me so far. Sent from my E6910 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  15. Went out Stony this morning till found 200', came back towards mountain. Only found 1 little guy, 500' copper on a spoon over 145'. Found the research vessel Seth Green on the lake end of mountain dragging nets. Went in shortly after as it was getting "Ontario ish"! Lol Sent from my E6910 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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