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  1. I've been thinking about going out there rather than all the way over to Sandy Creek (I'm on the east side) --is the launch the one by sea breeze?
  2. Braddock's is paid, right? Eg they don't accept empire pass? There's Westpoint Marine there but the dec indicated a boat launch too
  3. I've had this for a couple of years and like it quite a bit, especially at the price: https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B01F3L668K/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER&psc=1 It's hauled up a 20+ lb laker without issue. I did modify the portion that attaches to the handle to make a stronger connection though. The stock system used screws instead of through bolts with nuts
  4. Agreed. Since I don't live near the lake but was up there tonight for other reasons I scouted the Braddock's area: The state launch on the East side as well as the pay per launch Manitou beach Marina on the west side both open
  5. Do you have a multimeter? See if there's any voltage on those wires. Also check to see what they run back to, I would be cautious with open wires just lying in the boat.. One other thing to check - does your motor still have an anode on it and is it in good shape? Might be worth replacing w/ a new zinc anode
  6. Where on the boat is it? Lund had had issues with electrolysis on the transom which appears as bubbling paint. I guess under some circumstances the treated wood in the transom reacts with the aluminum. Not sure if alumnacraft had that issue but thought I'd mention it
  7. Yes. This is about the best picture I have of my setup. I've added more tracks and rod holders since
  8. Should fit pretty much any track. I'm using Cisco
  9. I have a berts downrigger base that fits in my cisco track, so presumably their other stuff would fit as well
  10. As a woodworker and boater I really appreciate the work that you put into this. Nice job!
  11. North end around 150 to 200 foot of water
  12. Your experience on the lake matches mine from Friday. Lots of marks, lots of bait but no bites.
  13. Thanks! The bigger one hit like a hammer and was very acrobatic. Leaped a few times getting it back to the boat. Bent the treble hook too
  14. I wasn't targeting them, no. Really just went out to get on the boat and figured I would try the gamblers. Today was actually my first time using them. Chalk it up to luck, but it was fun!
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