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Just got The New to me 10 meter Trojan to Wilson last week. got it on lake Simcoe in Canada. 1984 never been fished. PO had just replaced the Top and complete interior inside and out and installed the Plasti-teak floor. in last cpl week I have installed a complete Trax system and Rod holders from Cisco. The cannon riggers, Furuno fishfinder and Fishhawk X4D. already had a 9' Raymarine GPS/ fishfinder. Installed a 14 rod custom fishing arch from Atlantic Towers. should be ready to fish by next weekend! keeping it in Wilson for few more weeks then off to Oswego.

http://imgur.com/hl0OZuQ

http://imgur.com/0rQQjLb

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This is my rig..1998 22' CHawk that gets a lot of time on Lake Ontario and some on Stellwagon Bank fishing for Cod. this picture was actually taken in Gloucester and we are holding up some cod we caught. I have a home-made cleaning station that swings up over the motor and works great for filleting fish or cutting up bait for chunking.

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Just got The New to me 10 meter Trojan to Wilson last week. got it on lake Simcoe in Canada. 1984 never been fished. PO had just replaced the Top and complete interior inside and out and installed the Plasti-teak floor. in last cpl week I have installed a complete Trax system and Rod holders from Cisco. The cannon riggers, Furuno fishfinder and Fishhawk X4D. already had a 9' Raymarine GPS/ fishfinder. Installed a 14 rod custom fishing arch from Atlantic Towers. should be ready to fish by next weekend! keeping it in Wilson for few more weeks then off to Oswego.

http://imgur.com/hl0OZuQ

http://imgur.com/0rQQjLb

01HYAiz.jpg

http://imgur.com/hwUuqAL

Wow...great find. Right in my back yard....if'n I had of known...hmmm.

Enjoy, this sure looks like a good one.

Cheers...Jake

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This is my rig..1998 22' CHawk that gets a lot of time on Lake Ontario and some on Stellwagon Bank fishing for Cod. this picture was actually taken in Gloucester and we are holding up some cod we caught. I have a home-made cleaning station that swings up over the motor and works great for filleting fish or cutting up bait for chunking.

I saw this boat on the trailer.  Love the look of it,  really great looking rig.  Definitely on the short list of my next boat.

great name too......Piscivore!!!

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Spencer,

 

I saw this boat on the trailer.  Love the look of it,  really great looking rig.  Definitely on the short list of my next boat.

I see you are in the Mexico area...any chance you stay at Salmon Country campground? That is where I keep the boat and my trailer. I am always looking for someone to share fishing information with and enjoy having a few beers at camp afterwards, swing by if you are in the area and see my rig.

 

Dave

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They are all a work in progress unfortunately. Lol

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Yes I'm inclined to believe these boats that most of us want, in the 20-26ft need to sacrifice something, as we all aren't independently wealthyLOL, so we sacrifice the age to be able to afford that boat we want, this in turn means chasing gremlins or making repairs on something, whether it's structural or mechanical. What we are is proud to own what we have, because it's our hands that have blisters or grease up to our elbows. If you made a few trips with no glitches we're happier than a clam, it's these moments that keeps this disease we all have called fishing to keep chugging along. I think by now I could have put a good down payment on a Long John Silvers franchise, and at least that would make $$$ instead of costing $$$ LOL I wouldn't have it any other way!! But if I hit the lottery there would be a new King Fisher with twin 150's pushing her!!LOL. Keep the pics. Comming guys.

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