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Cpshelb17

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    Williamsville, NY
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    1988 16’ Crestliner

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  1. Sorry to hear that. From what I understand, sizable fish are hard to come by right now.
  2. Trolled west out of Olcott to Wilson and back in the new boat from 6 PM to 2 PM today. 120-200 FOW. We caught ~15 fish.Mostly 4-5 lb. kings with a 9 pounder and a 4 pound laker while pulling lines in to go home. The boat is not yet fully equipped but we made the best of it. We fished one rigger 60 feet down with a free slider, one dipsy 90 feet back, and two inline boards with snap weights on each side. We fished only spoons today simply because there was never a need to change baits. The first 1/3 of the fish were caught on the rigger/slider, the next 1/3 came on the in-line boards, and the last few were on the dipsy with the exception of the lake trout. Hot patterns today were watermelon, mixed veggies, Finn glow green smelt, and carbon-14.
  3. SharkHunter just posted a trip report a few hours ago from yesterday out of Bear Creek. I’m sure he would know the state of the launch.
  4. I’d appreciate the info. I’m looking to permanent mount anyway. Preferably with some type of removable base.
  5. That first one is gorgeous with those blue cheeks. Congrats on a successful day out! How big was the laker?
  6. Thanks for the suggestion. I know that adjustables at that price point is a long shot, but if I can get a set of Great Lakes trees for 400 new then I don’t think that 250 used is implausible. I may end up going with the Poor Man’s Pole Holders but i’m not going to give up yet.
  7. Looking for a pair of adjustable triple rod trees. My budget is 200-300 dollars. They don’t have to be pretty as long as they’re functional. Please let me know what you have. I’m located in Buffalo but would be willing to drive up to an hour to pick them up. Thanks.
  8. I’ll take them if the other two don’t. I need to be quicker on the draw.
  9. I’m relatively inexperienced when it comes to LO trolling, so don’t place too much trust in my answer. I’m just gearing up my boat for trolling this season. After extensive research, I’ve decided to go with the standard size Offshore OR12 for my purposes. They’re small enough for walleye, but large enough for several trout and salmon applications as well. I’ve even heard that you can pull a 1/2 core of lead behind them! They’re kind of pricey, so I like the versatility. Hope this helps. Conor
  10. I will take all of them if Reel Chaos does not. Sent you a pm a few hours ago.
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