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Locked and loaded! Getting ready to hit the road for my 12th annual Labor Day Run. Hope everything is good with all. I'll be running out of Selkirk or Mexico depending on wind. I'll keep you posted. Tight Lines and be safe!20190829_095248.jpeg

 

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Be careful, big blow forecasted for tomorrow & Saturday morning.  May want to develop a backup plan...

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Be careful, big blow forecasted for tomorrow & Saturday morning.  May want to develop a backup plan...
Thanks skipper, can't tell you how many times I've sat in the launch parking lot waiting for a break. They're just fish!

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Have a safe trip Baller.  Hope the lake lays down for ya.  I’ll be out Sunday- Tuesday trying to get my first one in the boat.  Let me know how you do and I’ll do the same

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5 hours ago, Low Baller said:

Brought bass rods too, can you say Oneida?

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What about fishing the SR estuary at pine grove during the big blow, anyone have success doing that?

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Try Sandy pond for bass and pike. I have been doing good lately when I cant get out on the lake. Many bass 2-4 lb. Caught a 34 in pike one eve and a 32 in the following morn. Biggest I have caught in Sandy Pond. The state ramp by Brewsters is probably open by now.

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Nice job!  how was the wind there?  I usually don’t fish there until fall and the wind is almost always blowing hard down the lake when I go

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Nice job!  how was the wind there?  I usually don’t fish there until fall and the wind is almost always blowing hard down the lake when I go
Thanks Hornet, it was a little bumpy but worth it. Just want to fish, hanging out with the club at Mexico now. Waiting for the break. Big boats are doing well at 100 on some fresh fish. Alot of the stagers went through the estuary yesterday. So they say? Be safe,they're just fish.

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Nice, I hope you can get out today.  Could always try for Browns in close?  Going to try Fair Haven tomorrow morning with my brother in law and nephew.  Hopefully we can get something in the boat.  Be safe, good luck

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Nice low baller, we refrained from fishing this morning as reports had serious waves yesterday. Might try tomorrow morning but I’m not sure yet. Good luck to you! Also, consider pine grove. The bigger boats are hitting bottom there so perhaps it will have less traffic in the morning, and your boat is small enough to scoot right over the shallow water 😊

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Nice low baller, we refrained from fishing this morning as reports had serious waves yesterday. Might try tomorrow morning but I’m not sure yet. Good luck to you! Also, consider pine grove. The bigger boats are hitting bottom there so perhaps it will have less traffic in the morning, and your boat is small enough to scoot right over the shallow water
I'll be there with cowbells on tomorrow morning. We're still hanging out at Mexico, gonna take a peek at 2pm see how she handles. If I can run to catfish I'll be in the money. They're definitely catching today.

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Finally got wet by 2pm. Punched out Ty's ticket. 1 to 4s what a ride. Went 3 for 4 by 6pm. One took out a dipsey and ran away with $40 worth of gear. Fished off the stacks 90 to 140. Riggers at 80 and 90, FF's all day. Dipseys 150 and 180. 1 dink Atlantic and small coho were bonus throw backs. Great trip. See you tomorrow! 20190831_190929.jpeg20190831_155025.jpeg20190831_181520.jpeg20190831_154454.jpeg

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I put them on swivel bases bolted through. That way I can swing them in for service without leaning over the boat as far. Works wonders. No standing on this rig.

I have a similar boat, and was wondering how you mounted those two riggers? Just a backer plate under the rigger base? Thanks!


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