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  1. That looks like Frontenac marina. My boat is there too. Good luck with the sale. I always liked the lay out of those boats. Sent from my KYOCERA-E6920 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  2. Thank you sir. I hope I don't have a problem that I have to chase down. Sounds like a pain and I hate electrical issues Sent from my KYOCERA-E6920 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  3. What would be a appreciate voltage on the wire to have. I've heard and read that .5 to .7 is exceptable. Sent from my KYOCERA-E6920 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  4. Thank you frogger for the response. I'm going to take voltage measurements next time I'm at the boat. Did you find the riggers to repel fish. I haven't noticed anything else on the boat caroding deafinatly not getting any shocks. I feel like I'm chasing a coincidence but I'm doing some fine tuning on the boat and if I'm having a problem deafinatly want to fix it. Sent from my KYOCERA-E6920 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  5. My riggers also do have auto stop but I'm not as concerned about that if the wire is actually repelling fish. I can stop my riggers all day long manually if that means putting more fish over the side of the boat. I am catching fish on the riggers but I am noticing a bigger than normal difference between the riggers and divers. Sent from my KYOCERA-E6920 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  6. Thanks for the replys I guess I'm not as worked about having to little a charge as I am having to much. I know the electrical fields can attract or repel fish and I won't have the answer untill I test the system. If I did have a " hot " boat I'm just wondering what the easiest way to remidy the problem is. I have never used braid on a downrigger I guess I have never noticed quite a large difference in catch rates between the riggers and divers. My divers have always caught more than the riggers even before this boat but it seems the numbers are way more different than in years past. Sent from my KYOCERA-E6920 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  7. I have 2 older electric mag 10 on my boat. The boat is new to me with these downriggers. I've read alot about a boat being what is called Hot. Producing a electrical current that maybe higher than what would attract fish. I haven't tested my cables to see if there is a issue but if there is how do I remidy the problem. Is it better to just switch to braid on the riggers or is there a way to ground the cable somehow to the boat. The boat is fiberglass and I feel my catch ratio between my divers and my riggers is really off ballance. Looking for some fine tuning advice. I use 12 lbd standard lead weights with no insulation on the weights them selves. I've also read that the electrical current can scare fish for hundeads of feet. So if cables are hot would changing to the braid even make a difference. I'm probably looking deeper in to something that is more coincidental than anything just trying to get peace of mind. Thanks Sent from my KYOCERA-E6920 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  8. No second trip. He is my oldest son's pup. He usually sleeps the whole day when he is out. Sent from my KYOCERA-E6920 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  9. Fished North of Dean's cove today mid day kept kids busy feeling in lake trout. Set up in about 100 ft of water. Dipseys set at 270 did the most damage brought 5 home to cook and sent or lost at least that many back to the lake. Kids are learning the back of the boat and don't quite get the keep the line tight concept yet. Glad to be back out after losing last year to boat engine problems. I think the dog got a little green in the gills today. Trying to teach him to puke in the bucket [emoji23] Sent from my KYOCERA-E6920 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  10. Thanks for the update Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G920A using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  11. Hey thanks a lot. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G920A using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  12. Ok thanks good luck Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G920A using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  13. Heading to Cayuga lake on Wednesday haven't been on the water since June due to major boat issues. Fishing out of a friend of mines boat. Will be launching out of Meyers. Looking for some starting points any info is greatly appreciated. Thanks. In advanced. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G920A using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  14. I looked at your picture. I would.be careful with the rod holders. You can always attach the rods to the boat with a length of paracord and a key chain carabiner just in case they fail when a fish hits. Nothing worse than donating fishing poles reels and a hole rig to the bottom of the lake[emoji16] Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G920A using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  15. Not sure what your desired fish species is but you may want to try a little deeper if looking for lake trout. I haven't fished Owasco in a while but my gut feeling is you aren't getting your presentations deep enough. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G920A using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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