Crestliner1850

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  2. Hi ysartan, I was wondering what kind of sticks you were using?
  3. Félicitations Brian!
  4. I've been reading this in some posts lately, is it the border?
  5. Thanks for sharing Mike!
  6. Hi guys, I bought pre riged meat rig with three teasers and the meat head last winter. They're 57 inches long with the bead chain. Must be riged for large paddle only? I've only 8 inches SD and Pro-troll. I'm wondering if it will work anyway and if not witch modifications should I make to them. Thanks.
  7. Hi Cuttermag, I have two of them and they're ok. I have four Okuma concector and for a little more money I prefer them, the drag is smooter.
  8. I always used a barrel swivel with snap direct on my spoon and lots of them has a split rig on the front eye. It is certain that I am going to try this method. Thanks.
  9. Well just realized you already got all it takes ... garanteed success in Rochester with that.
  10. Rochester basin is one of the best place for lakers on lake Ontario. Before you get there, get in touch with Gambler right here in LOU, he's the guy you want to talk to. He's from the area and has all the gear you need. He has a web site, google it gambler rigs.
  11. Hi Steve, I don't have lots of experience but in the summer months I would go out in the deeper part of the lake where the water temps is more stable. I think most guys go out deep when kings bite slow down and fish for steelhead and coho in the first 20 to 50 feet of water. I would use spoons, spin doctor with fly in red or orange. When out deep look for temperature break and scum line. Hope this help. Good luck.
  12. Just like you lakers are my favorite species. I'm from Montreal, I fished lake Ontario few times in the last two years, averaging 10 to 15 pounds. I fish a lot more lake Champlain (2 hours drive) and average 6 to 10 pounds. Lots of them in both lakes. Personally, I would take great care of it, I wish I had that kind of fishing closer from home.
  13. Mr Tamiron, I'm wondering if I use only a duo-lock snap with no ring on my spoon, do I need a barrel swivel few feet before the spoon to prevent line twist?
  14. Hi jigstick, what's the average size for lakers in Erie?