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  1. Please let me know if still available Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  2. Have never fished using meat rigs with cut bait but wanted to try it. Heard it’s hard to set the roll up correctly. Is there plastics that can be used instead of real bait? Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  3. What depth are you finding them in? Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  4. Been out fishing off fort Niagara anywhere from 40 -110 fow. I haven’t had much luck at all. How deep are ppl fishing in that are having luck. I have heard up to 235 fow Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  5. Thinking out loud... last year when having multiple lines. 2 on downrigger and 2 on Dipsy divers I was having problems with tangles. Was wondering has anyone used planer boards with dipsys to get the lines further away from the boat. Mostly fishing for salmon and lakers. But sometimes for walleye. Thinking about buying a set of planers but never used them before Any advice would be appreciated Thanks Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  6. I have a pair of old Cannon Magnum 10a's They are easy to service and work well!! Don't need to spend a ton of money for them as there are some used ones out there.
  7. Hey all, Adding two new rods to my gear and want to set them up with lead core. I have been reading a lot with mixed opinions so I thought I would ask on here to see what is working. What size rod are you using when trolling with lead core!! So to answer some more specifics.... I'm targeting salmon, trout and walleye. when i'm fishing salmon I usually am using 8'6 rods on my downriggers and dipsy's, Two on each side of the boat. Was thinking that when I have a couple buddies on board it would be nice to add an additional two rods. So, your opinion, smaller rod? like a 6'6 medium heavy, or something similar to the 8'6. I want to be able to use this rod for multiple species as listed above. Thanks for your opinions.
  8. Hey all, Looking for some advice. I was wondering if any of you use the supplied swivels on your Spindoctor flashers. (See picture). I have been just tying my leader directly to the suppled flasher that was I can easily unhook to change fly color or flasher. My question... Is it anyone's opinion that this swivel is too large, and not the best presentation? Just wondering if someone has had better luck with something different? Thanks
  9. I'm sure we could manipulate one of their kits to work with our motors, but they are pretty expensive to have it not work, so hopefully someone has tried this.
  10. Has anyone installed a Trollmaster pro on a mercury 2 stroke. I was recently going to purchase one of these units but after looking at the install manual I contacted the company and they said that none of their models work for a 2 stroke engine. I find this weird so I thought I would ask to see if anyone has ever done it, or is using one of the models. Thanks
  11. Ended up adjusting my mount. Now it’s a lot closer and should be able to easily use a rod. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  12. Thank you for the ideas. I will try and see what works Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  13. Can I use a remote steer on this motor? Most I have seen are for a motor with a tilt tube. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  14. It doesn’t fit that far out when trailering. It’s adjustable and sits up higher, only far out when in the water. I have looked at a couple platform mounts online so I might try that option. Anyone know any stores that would carry these on the Canadian side? Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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