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bluegiller

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Albion NY
  • Interests
    Fishing, hunting and shooting
  • Home Port
    Oak Orchard
  • Boat Name
    BeerCan

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  1. The one at the county park is open now. Or at least it was a week ago. Think the hours are Short. Think 3pm to 9 pm. I can check and make sure and post it when I find out for sure the hours. Sent from my moto z4 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  2. Sorry picture did not attach the first time but you can see what I mean. The slopped side should face the release handle ..one of mine was backwards. Sent from my moto z4 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  3. I had one that was like that and the rod holder was in it backwards ..look at the notches one side is a little rounded the other is square ..I had to take the pin out and turn one around and then it worked fine Sent from my moto z4 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  4. Go west ..find the warm water it all got pushed west ..put in at Wilson and fish west if you have to even go further west. Sent from my moto z4 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  5. I fish solo alot mostly before work, so short morning trips. If you run a diver with a flasher fly off divers the truck is to just shorten your leads. If you have a 10 foot diver rod make you lead off the back of the diver only 5 to 6 feet. I have learned alot of days fish like those shorter leads any way and I end up running them that way even when I have others on the boat. I love watching guys with 10 plus feet of leader hand over hand, scramble and miss net fish when there is 4 guys on the boat. Also I have learned alot of tricks to help ..I have extra rod holders for my rigger rods so when I hook a fish on my diver I move the rigger rods to them. It puts the rod out further and more forward, making a larger area in the back to net fish. Also It leaves my rigger rod holders open so I can stick my net in there when the fish gets close. That way it is right there so when the perfect time comes you can just grab it stick it under the fish and drop the rod tip quick so they swim right in and then that rod holders is wide open to toss the rod in so you can use both hands to lift the fish in the boat.. sometimes even when some one is with me and I am fighting the fish I net it myself. I have been salmon fishing solo on lake Ontario for over 30 years, in that amount of time you learn some tricks to make it easier. But every once Inna while I still have one crazy fish cause me some troubles. These early season kings can be a pain. They play opossum come right to the boat then go crazy. I had one this spring do that , came right in then took off but went forward , between my cable and the boat then before I could pass the rod though he was cutting across the bow and I had to run to the front of the boat pass the rod around the planner mast. Then get back to turn the boat quick to get him back behind it.. and some how I still landed him.. Sent from my moto z4 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  6. I have seen sculpin in brown trout .. Sent from my moto z4 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  7. Not sure where you are located but I am near oak orchard , and just up the road we have the best tire shop around. There prices are great and they will help you get the right tire for the load. They solved my problem. It called transit tire http://www.transittiresales.com If your close it's worth it. Just tell them what your weight is and make sure you include all the gear. ..they will hook you up with the right tire and you will never have any more problems as long and you keep the air pressure correct. Sent from my moto z4 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  8. If they are wearing even it's not an alignment problem. I had problems on mine and I asked all over no one seemed to know how to help it then. I went to my local tire shop with it to get new tires and I asked them. They set me up with much heavier rated tires.. fixed my problem I have run these for 3 years. With no problems . Sent from my moto z4 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  9. Only two things I can think of is speed or line size. I run 12 on my spring rods. Thicker line like 20 might do that. Or just going to fast. That's about the only things I can think of. Like I said I have for years run spoons off my boards and never had that problem. Sent from my moto z4 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  10. I run spoons off my boards all the time with no added weight. I only do it early and when fishing really shallow.. stingers , dw Super Slim's only go down about 2 to 3 foot but catch tons of fish in skinny water. Pirate 44's ot nk's small spoons will get down 5 to 6 foot .. I will run a couple spoons and a couple of stick baits off my boards..if you want to get them deeper try a split shot about 5 foot in front of it ...just be carful letting them.out to fast when your in shallow or you will hang them up . Another good spoon move in shallow is put then back like 20 to 30 feet back and set rigger a couple foot above bottom. So if your in 8 foot of water put them down 6 ..and in 10 put them down 8 that can be a killer Sent from my moto z4 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  11. Stop posting about the ramps post like this will get them all closed.. the best way to handle this is use them and keep your mouths shut ..if people ask pm them and explain ..under the radar is the best way to fly.. Sent from my moto z4 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  12. Only the east side one that is run by the county. The one on the west side run by the state, the gate is shut . Or at least 2 days ago. And no docks on the east east side yet . Sent from my Moto Z (2) using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  13. Buy carbon fibers from here . I put them in all my reels they never wear out and stay smooth . I don't have okuma's but have put these in all my 47,and 27lc's https://stores.tunasreeltroubles.com/okuma-fishing-reel-parts/ Sent from my Moto Z (2) using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  14. Gun parts are fine for now, our fine down state friends are trying to out law selling any gun parts , but they have not done it yet, as long as it's not the reciever that carries the serial number you are ok at least for now. But the actual reciever in NY there is no person to person sales of any kind. I you have a firearm and want to sell it to anyone you must take I to an FFL dealer and they will do the transfer . At a cost to both parties. And some one said as long as it does not have the firing pin thats false also because most handgun the firing pin is in the upper slide , and those are ok to sell the part thats considered the firearm is the lower frame that carries the serial number..also the same with an AR style firearm the bolt and carrier with the firing pin is in the upper and those are ok to sell and trade, the serial number again is on the lower reciever. It's all tricky so the best way to keep out of hot water is to be very careful Sent from my Moto Z (2) using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  15. Pete, I sure can this is the painting in my home office I had that pic on my phone already . I will take pics of the other this week and post them too.. you can see his signature fly in the pic also. I have. Couple of those he tied for me also just stuck in a shelf of a shadow box in my office also. Sent from my Moto Z (2) using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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