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Bnovoa3620

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    That’ll Do - Grady White 226

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  1. For sale: (1) 10 pound and (1) 12 pound cannon downrigger weights with releases: $100 (2) Church Tackle Walleye Boards: $40 SOLD (2) new Okuma Convector Pro Downrigger rods, 8’6 medium, CPS-DR-862M: $100 (1) Airmar p66 transducer: $100 Garmin GPSmap 2006C with Lake Erie data card: send an offer Furuno GPS Plotter/Sounder GP-1870F: send an offer located in Hamburg NY, willing to work out shipping costs if needed
  2. I fished with a 19’ Starcraft and this past summer I bought a Grady white seafarer 226. It has a ton of fishing space for a 22’ boat, the cuddy is relatively small but fits everything i need in it, would be tight for sleeping overnight. Handles chop nicely and can fish in a lot more than the Starcraft could
  3. I run 4 wire divers and haven’t had a problem. Have used 4 same length rods and managed but having longer high diver rods definitely helps
  4. I usually do a 25 ft leader of 30# for anything with a flasher, and then a little longer of 20# for spoons. If you have swivels that you can reel in use those but otherwise I use Alberto knot and have never had a problem
  5. Yes, we have two rods and reels we use with braid, helps with blowback a little bit, and if fleas are bad we just splice more line in
  6. Last few trips we’ve gone out we’ve had our best luck with mag moonshine spoons
  7. We’re 6/9, started at 80 and went to 280, between 40 to 70 down, bite died after 8
  8. Went out to 400, lost one steelhead and landed one smaller king, a few marks but not many takers
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