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  1. Yes we’ve done about a 57 average the last 5 years or so with hounds it all really depends on the weather and caliber of dog. But been lucky and it’s a real easy way to burn an entire winter and get back to fishing! Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  2. I have read multiple articles that say that the more coyotes you shoot the more pups they have. Don’t know how true that actually is but we run them with hounds and shoot anywhere from 50-100 a season. They are always back been hunting the same grounds for the last 12+ years Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  3. Hang on:Hawke Climber:Summit Viper SS also have a Lone wolf sit and climb but they aren’t for everyone. Ladder: I don’t sit in them anymore. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  4. Also if Teflon tape doesn’t work try heating your arrow up at the insert. Pull the insert out clean with isopropyl alcohol (insert and inside arrow shaft) then screw your heads on and put some glue or epoxy on it and then just turn the insert until the head is vertical. I do this for guys who shoot 2 blade Broadheads. More permanent application. Just make sure they are set up before removing heads Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  5. Just to add on to hard Knox post i have tried out many different Broadhead and arrow combinations over the years being young and always wanting the fancy new stuff. There are only two fixed blade Broadheads that I have shot with true field point accuracy and they are the WAC em line and QAD Exodus heads. Bigger fan of the Exodus Broadheads they have beefier blades and a shoulder smashing tip, learned from experience. However killed multiple deer with both and never any issues. Also x2 on the Teflon tape and yes I’ll t makes a difference on the stingers being vertical. If you can get them set up right you should see a good improvement on accuracy and groupings. Another factor that could be causing this is your fletchings. Any 2in vane arrow has trouble stabilizing in flight with bigger (blade diameter and overall length) Broadheads. Another reason why the Exodus Broadheads are as accurate as they are is the blades actually come back over the arrow giving them a lower profile while maintaining good cutting diameter. Not trying to sell you on Exodus heads just a good example for this. Sorry for the small rant but hope this helps out. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  6. I have the Blacktiph Frog Toggs jacket and bib set and love them. Not too pricey either Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  7. Does this come with power cable? Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  8. Winchester makes special in-line primers that bass pro seems to always have. I ordered 1 pack to try and they accidentally sent me 10 packs so pretty much set for life. But have had no issue and the gun always is consistent. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  9. X2 Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  10. My father shoots the Lightfield mag hybrids out of his 220 and I’ve seen him take deer out around 200 yards. Guns zeroed at 100 gets about an average of a 1 3/4 group. In my opinion for a slug gun you can’t beat it. Honestly though it’s a bit expensive but the best thing is to buy a few different brands and paper test them see what works for you Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  11. Triple surgeons knot for me but the uni knot works just as good YouTube is a a good spot to learn em if you don’t know how to tie them Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  12. When I go down to the Carolinas and fish off the surf I use the fish finder rig. Basically a 2-3oz pyramid sinker on a slide attached to your main line then a leader with a circle hook. Use live bait and when you cast you free spool it so the baitfish can swim around and find the fish for ya. I’ve never fished the ocean that far north but would imagine it would work fine. I tie a 24-36” 50lb mono leader and use 5/0-6/0 circle hooks. And the sinker slides you should be able to pick up at a bait shop. Trick is to get the rig out past the break of the waves and hang on hope this will do some good for ya and good luck! Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  13. I did here on the radio this morning that there is no swimming at taughannock due to blue green algae but don’t know much more other than that Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  14. Yeah the ones I have came from ebay. I believe they are hand poured but the hooks are pretty thick. I’m actually from Cortland and would be happy to purchase a few. Will be on vacation for the next week and a half but will shoot you a pm when I get back. Thanks again! Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  15. Looking to get into the art of laker jigging. I got myself some 3/4 and 1oz jig heads but they have 4/0 and 5/0 hooks seems a little big to me. So main thing are they too big? And if so what are some good jig heads I can pick up? Thanks for the advice guys! Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
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