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ri rory

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  1. I AM LOOKING FOR 4'' AND 6'' DODGERS IN ANY COLOR. LET ME KNOW IF ANYONE HAS ANY TO SELL THANKS COACH
  2. my uncle used 12lb weights with no issues not sure on rating Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  3. Both riggers work fine and come as shown with front rod holders and ball retrievers, & adjustable booms—-but will be disassembled to ship—- $560 shipped to lower 48 will need plugs and bases My Uncle used them regularly for a year or so then illness struck and have been in his shed for years. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United SOLD thnx
  4. My son lives in franklin mass. Since he got his Traeger grill, he is a meat fisherman. In the stocked streams by his house, He kills it with a 1/2 crawler on a slow death hook. We just did this Sunday. Place a small splitshot 12'' above the hook and reel slow and steady. In two hours at 2 spots, I caught 3, he caught 5 & we kept the 3 that were 14-15'' for the Traeger smoker. the browns, brookies and rainbows could not pass up the slow roll of the slow death hook. Just sayin...... good luck
  5. yes i missed the 6 hours--probably 7-8 lol but i am sure the adirondacks have similar places---look for a used canoe for the family to take, no registration for paddle power may become a summer tradition--avoid the black fly time though good luck coach
  6. https://www.nhstateparks.org/visit/state-parks/lake-francis-state-park --lake francis state park in northern NH--great fishing in 2 story lake and rent a canoe there https://www.frostpondcamps.com --excellant 200 acre brook trout lake in maine's wilderness--camp and rent a canoe--nightcrawlers and non-lead splitshot all you need i am sure there are similar places in NY. Frost pond is a phenomenal place--true wilderness for miles and great fishing. i would definitely rent a canoe as having the boys on the water will be great memories. you may even buy a used one by your home for little $$.( 100-300) at the 2 spots I recommended, cell service is spotty at best. This is a great trip for you all. good luck coach
  7. if you do sodus point, which is a great suggestion--the finger lakes are right there for alternative days--i am partial to cayuga. good luck
  8. FLEAS SUCK I fished the finger lakes as a young man and into my early thirties, no such thing as a FLEA-- 56 now. Two years ago I took my family from Florida to Niagra Falls and towed my boat. We stayed on cayuga lake for 5 days and it was mid july and we hammered the fish.. Months before, I found this site and learned about those little monsters. I am so glad I did as I prepared my equipment. We had a spectacular five days and caught the slam 4/5 days. I will never fish there again during flea season. I hated the heavy line stuff. When I retire in a few years, we will hit it in may or june or late sept. to avoid the pests anyway--thanks to LOU for preparing me good fishin coach
  9. i bought the one on walleye central for $60 plus $ 10 shipping thanks for the tip coach
  10. My advice is to follow thru with roys marina. Live bait is a great way to learn Hire a guide once or fish w/ a knowledgeable fisherman to get started. Do not buy anything til you get ideas from the experts--- things change in the summer as the FLEAS come out--a nasty little beast that mess up your line in summer good luck coach
  11. of course!!! i am looking for 2 more myself and that is just my experience with buying them good fishin coach
  12. hey guys the 5500 lc new is $119 the 6500 lc new is $129 i'd buy 2 at $70 +/- each if they were in great shape--I've bought 6 used over a few years and that's the going rate let me know thnx coach
  13. thanks sent them email love the quick response coach
  14. Hi folks, When I was a kid, all the landlock trollers in Maine & NH had these Boxes with windshield wiper motors with a downeast rod holder on top as rod jiggers. They were very effective working streamer flies. Eventually, they were made small and manageable and mounted to the gunnels. ( original ones were in 2'x2' plywood boxes and put in the middle of the boat and worked two fly rods) Cannon made one called "THE ENTICER OR EXCITOR". I am looking for one or two of these homemade or cannon units if any of you come across them. I passed up on a couple aluminum boxes two years ago. I wish i hadn't. No one makes them anymore. I want to use them but also to keep the technique alive with my kids and grand kids. thanks for your help coach
  15. i posted under the title TAKE A LOW COST WINTER FISHING TRIP W/ YOUR BOAT some great fishing within 900 miles. also lake moomaw on the WV/Va line has excellant trout good luck coach
  16. very hard to find good used 5500/6500 lc's good luck though i have a dozen now buts it has taken me 7-8 years to find them--
  17. better post some pics of Mama and her fish---she loves to fish Michele is my angel--thank god happy wife......you know the rest coach 9lb landlock, 9 lb largemouth, 12 lb red, 8 lb laker, lil tarpon
  18. my grandson at 18 months trolling lake francis in NH, my son and my grandson at 21 months on a lake in Mass, and my 25 year old daughter last march 3 months pregnant on lake hiwassie, NC every minute outdoors will pay huge dividends for their confidence and self esteem and the memories will live longer than we do keep it up folks we got this!!!!!
  19. yes sir you are correct I never mentioned the river trout fishing--so many rivers and tailwaters to fish for BIG trout It is stupid good.--just not my style check out the hootch running thru atlanta --chatahootchee river I drifted it with a guide years ago--awesome
  20. Hi folks, I wish I thought to post this a few years ago I am a transplanted New Englander finishing my 30 years of teaching in Florida ( 3 left) I grew up trolling Lakes in Maine, NH and NY for trout and salmon. In the last 10 years i have found reservoirs in the South that have great Trout, Walleye and Striper fishing. These are big fish too,and weather is rarely a factor . Most ramps easily accommodate Deep Vee boats up to 20'. Accommodations are very reasonable in the area as well. You all have everything you need to score-- downriggers, planer boards, spoons, plugs. Striper fishing is a livebait affair though. Licenses are cheap. Gas is cheap. 4 guys towing their own boat (900 miles) could easily do a week for $600-700 all inclusive-(gas, rental house, bait, license, food & including a day with a guide. or fly to atlanta or closer airport to area you choose, rent a car and do 3 days with a guide-- for 4 guys-all inclusive $900 each +/- 5 areas to consider Trolling that I know well--many have 3 species of bass too. Many of these lakes have nothing but Nat'l forest surrounding them, real wilderness fishing--no homes at all--they are all deep--up to 300'--Fishing is great year round as all lakes are dam controlled and keep water frigid. Lake cheoah never gets above 60 degrees ever. normal air temps-- In february-25 degrees at 7 am, 50 degrees at 1pm & march 35 degrees at 7 am and 55-60+ at 1 pm. Roads are in great condition but can be STEEP so IF you tow a 19' lund loaded with a 6 cyl pickup your truck will strain. (sole reason I jumped from a Tacoma to a Tundra 4 yrs ago) Lots of wildlife everywhere too 1.South Carolina --Very good Trout in Lake Jocassee and Stripers/walleye in Lake Hartwell 2.East Tennessee-Rainbows and Lakers in Watuaga Reservoir 3.North Georgia- Lake Burton-Big Browns & Rainbows, Walleyes and Hybrid stripers--Lake Seed & Lake Rabun right below dam (18' boat max) 4.Central North Carolina-Lake Fontana-Good Rainbows,walleye some browns and muskies, Lake Cheoah-all 3 trout and muskies, lake Calderwood- browns,rainbows and trophy smallies-(18' boat max), Lake santeelah- good brown, Rainbows, walleye 5.western North Carolina--Lake Hiwassie- good Stripers, good walleye, few trout, Lake apalachia-Browns, a few Rainbows, good smallies, Lake Notteley (Ga) -good stripers if anyone is interested in a southern trip feel free to PM me--i have guide contacts i'd recommend, houses i have rented, bait shops, restaurants and good knowledge of all of those lakes or call/text 8 am-8 pm 561-301-4169 coach
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