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LOC Derby Fishing 30.10 King pic

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Nice catch mark! Congrats!!!

Shawn

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Great fish. Funny you guys have our kings , and they have done good out there. Here in California, Oregon a big land locked King 10lbs . The average is 3-5 lbs. Glad to see you ripped some lips there

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Stan ,It has occured to me that you finding this site is going to cost you a lot of money.Tell us the price range your looking at for a house and well get you a nice home within 30 min of these fish. Good way to get even for some of your kings that left home ..........Go East Young man Go East.

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Oh I would love to. But right now are lakes are just getting ready to fire off. On 9-8-2008 my wife got her first brown over 5lb on Cresent Lake Oregon. So what would a 2 bedroom home cost me ?

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well if you ant got more than 3 teeth you would qualify for a cheep trailer in addison ny, 100 thou will put you in a nice house in the subs ,250 willget a nice place a little tighter to a bigger city .now keep in mind the east end of the lake has been know to get 10ft plus of snow a winter buffalo is the snow capt. off erie . now 1 hr south ofrochester will put you in pretty good weather

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Ray . it's not just the cost of the house but a boat to go along with it. My 20 crestliner is great for lakes here. But a liitle to small for that big pond you guys have. :shock:

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This is my fishing boat , 2 mag 20 cannon downriggers 150 honda main and 8 yamaha kicker motor

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and this is my sleeping and cooking boat , plus a little catfishing now and then. Sorry our lake is down 147' Shasta Lake

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which one the 20' or the 50'

the housebaot has no downriggers and you can not slow down enough to run dipsy divers. I have fished down the chute a few times for a couple of nice Rainbow Trout off her. Or may be I could trade it for a house in Watertown ??????? it's worth about 120,000.

So I fish there in the summer and back here for the winter ????????

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Hey thanks , I read everything on those boards. A ton of great information. I have to hand it to you guys , to take the time to share information is great. All the information I have read over the last 2 years on how you guys fish , works great out here as well. I think just a couple of things left to master. And one of these days soon plan a trip out there I pray.

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stan,

the 20' Crestliner is plenty of boat for Lake O. You'd have to pick your days somewhat, but it wouldn't be too limiting. I fished Lake Ontario for years in a 19' Bayliner bowrider and didn't have too many days I couldn't get out.

Tim

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