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  1. cmc5028

    What type of down rigger setup

    Did you put a deck plate on top of the gunwale? Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  2. cmc5028

    What type of down rigger setup

    Yes, I plan to move cleats, and have good access to the under belly of the gunwale. Talked to Cannon tech support, they said a deck plate would be sufficient sandwiched between the top of gunwale and the Cannon tab lock downrigger base. I would most likely add something to the underside of gunwale, cause I like to overkill things. Most likely only will run 4 and 6 lb weights Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  3. cmc5028

    What type of down rigger setup

    Yes, I plan to move cleats, and have good access to the under belly of the gunwale. Talked to Cannon tech support, they said a deck plate would be sufficient on be sandwiched between the top of gunwale and the Cannon tab lock downrigger base. I would most likely add something to the underside of gunwale, cause I like to overkill things. Most likely only will run 4 and 6 lb weights Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  4. cmc5028

    What type of down rigger setup

    Yes, but the gunwales are mighty thin. Would need a deck plate? This is all kinda new to me Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  5. Ok guys, I have couple questions, and would appreciate some feedback. I have a 16 foot boat, 72 inch beam. Trying to decide if it would be better to get Eagle Feet and run a 2x6 across the back, or just go with a small rigger or two. I was looking at the Cannon Lake Troll. I would like to place a rigger behind the rid holder box, but worried about the rigger pulling out. I know Cannon makes a deck plate, but would that be enough support? I could put a plate on both sides of the gunwale. Or do guys that have the Eagle Feet like how sturdy they are? Thanks Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  6. Msybe some jet divers. They can get you down 10-20-30-40-50 feet Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  7. cmc5028

    Skaneateles flat line question..

    I would consider buying some Offshore Tackle Tadpole divers. Very simple to use, run them out the back of the boat. They will get your stick baits and spoons and harnesses down deep enough. I run them with 10 lb mono. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  8. cmc5028

    Skaneateles flat line question..

    I would just go try it vs. sitting behind a keyboard
  9. cmc5028

    Cayuga Cayuga 4/9/18

    Doesn't stop them from biting in cooler water
  10. cmc5028

    Finger Lakes Salmon Casting

    They are stickbaits. Of course they can be trolled or casted.
  11. cmc5028

    Finger Lakes Salmon Casting

    I'd try some F9 and F11 Raps, or Bay Rats, S3 and/or Short Shallows
  12. cmc5028

    Walkins fishing

    Can you walk out onto the rock jetty and fish? Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  13. cmc5028

    SEA NYMPH FM161

    Try Brunswick Corp directly. I have a 1996 Fisher 160SC, which is basically a Lowe, which is part of Brunswick Brunswick Corporation 26125 N. Riverwoods Blvd Suite 500 Mettawa, IL 60045 P 847.735.4700 F 847.735.4765 E-mail: [email protected]
  14. cmc5028

    Bulk ammo ?

    I would move...
  15. cmc5028

    Help identifying tracks...

    I m only 31, but when I started hunting at age 12, nobody talked about coyotes, fishers and bobcats. I have seen all 3 species in Clarion County since. Course back when I was 12, PA still had county doe tag system, 3 day doe season and no antler restrictions. Tons of deer too. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
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