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  2. Looks great Sea Eagle. I like your rod/reel organization too. I took off my Magnum Metalz downriggers, lubed them up, cut off some cable and added new Klincher ends. I am ready to troll this coming spring (or if we get some calm days out in Frankfort), but I put the sport top up and I am now configured for perch jigging. I can quickly change back to trolling if we get an Indian summer. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. I purchased my Big Jon Tournaments along with my tracks and Berts ratcheting rod holders at the GR sports show many years ago now. I've moved them between my boats by just adding new tracks. I've used both Berts and Traxstech tracks. My downriggers are mounted on Big Jon swivel bases. Here is a photo of my set up on my latest boat. You can definitely save a bunch of money by buying at the spring shows. I picked up my trees at a swap meet for $75 for the pair. I might also be the guy Dan was talking about who runs 300 Cu and 10 colors of leadcore on church Walleye boards. If you have one, I did need to fabricate a new pick up for my Depth Raider speed/temp probe so the bead for the auto stops on the down riggers would pass through. I made it out of some flared copper tubing, a couple of tubing clamps and some zip ties. Here is a close up of that.
  4. Very Good condition,no leaks.....Motor is not for sale. $650 616 four oh three four 4 oh 5
  5. Oops! Time for new glasses. I fixed it. Thanks for the heads up.
  6. That link takes me to "Restoring an antique peavey" Sent from my LG-Q710AL using Great Lakes Fisherman Mobile App
  7. The only issue you will have at super low speeds is if you are experiencing a moderate to strong crosswind. I use 300 coppers and 100yd leadcore set-ups behind big boards. The only problem is getting a pinch pad release to hold against the strong pull. Solved that by putting a #16 rubber band on the line and pinching the rubber band in the pinch pad. The band grips tighter, but when it stretches when a fish pulls, it get's smaller in the grip and will either just break or release from the pinch pad. You'll probably have better luck running the tether from a Tee-Top than from a center mounted mast. Don't be too quick to switch. It probably won't be money well spent.
  8. Location Dunkirk NY 14048 1984 Mercury 75 hp, no trim and tilt. I have a set of newer controls that go with it. Will need an impeller. Will start and run. I bought this a year ago from the retiring owner of a boat repair shop. He has kept this inside for a number of years for a project which never occurred. $825.00 or best offer
  9. After dark casting crank baits at Luna Pier, Sterling State park beach off the rock wall or the beach in waders. They come in shallow in the fall when waters cool.
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  11. Newbie here. My last fishing trip out on the Lake Erie. I ended up catching around 30 bass in just a few hours in the morning. It was a good day for sure. Love to hear and input on the video I put together of the day of fishing. Thanks and tight lines. Lake Erie Early Fall Transition Bass
  12. Any suggestions on how/where to fish for Walleye from shore?? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. I know some walleye guys use them and they will troll around 1 to 1.8. Towing those umbrella rigs might be tricky with the big boards. Sent from my LG-Q710AL using Great Lakes Fisherman Mobile App
  14. 2004 Lund 1900 Pro V SE – 150 HP Mercury Optimax XL – Stainless steel Mirage Plus 19 pitch prop – 450 hours – Always winterized and serviced by Mercury Technicians – New water pump, plugs, reeds and cages, meticulously maintained – All service records available for viewing – 9.9 HP Mercury Pro Kicker remote (tie bar to main with throttle at helm) – 2 Transom Savers – (4) Gallon Mercury Optimax Oil jugs – 101 36 volt Minnkota Terrova iPilot with remote – MKA-53 Quick Release Bracket – US2 Adapter cable for Lowrance HDS Gen2 – 2 Lowrance HDS Gen2 10’s – 2 Cisco Silver Sure-Lok Mounts (Bow and Helm) – LSS-2 HD Structure Scan transducer and control box – NEMA 2000 – External GPS puck – Ethernet connected – Transducers are mounted on mounting plate (starboard) – Humminbird 798 CIHDSI (Helm) – External GPS puck – Transducer is mounted on mounting plate (port) – Minnkota MK 330 3 bank on-board charger – Minnkota MK 110 PD single bank charger – 3 Cabela’s AGM group 27 batteries (trolling motor) – 1 Optima Blue Top 31 battery (starting) – 60″ rear rails – 6 Cabela’s rail mount rod holders – Bow mounting plate for planer board mast system – 2 6″ Traxstech mounting tracks with inserts (bow) – 2 12″ Traxstech mounting tracks with inserts (stern) – 4 Lund Pro Ride seats – 2 Cabela’s bike seats with adjustable pedestals – Sony AM/FM CD player – 2 Speakers – Dual axle Trailmaster Bunk trailer – Disc brakes – Matching spare tire and rim – Newer tires – Boat Buckles – Custom canvas travel cover – Always stored in a climate controlled garage. The boat has been well maintained, well taken care of, and has normal wear. Everything functions as it should. All storage compartments are lockable. Feel free to email, call, or text for additional information, pictures, or if you have any questions. Will assist with delivery within reason. Great boat, fishes well Selling price $24,500 obo, all serious offers will be considered. https://www.walleyecentral.com/classified/adviewer/218878 Thank you for looking!
  15. I've run them down to 1.3 to 1.5 and they pull OK but I don't think there are many trollers in the Great Lakes Region that can answer your question down to .3, I don't know anyone trolling that slow here.
  16. They probably will not pull tight at that speed. Maybe if you make a set of triple words instead of double it’s quite possible they will pull good at that speed.
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  18. Hello All, I wanted to make a video to describe a New York home-grown method of trolling deep water.
  19. Is this still available? Sent from my iPhone using Great Lakes Fisherman Mobile App
  20. Camp has been closed and winterized for the 2019 season but realtor will still show it. Contact Ron Papke 315-608-1233
  21. They were fishing Lake Ontario on the Canadian side. Near Mississauga area. Sent from my iPhone using Great Lakes Fisherman
  22. Those will work but they are a bit big. We normally use #6 baitholder hooks. When water temps start dropping in the coming weeks, spawn fishing should turn on. For whitefish in November use small #12 hooks for single or double eggs.
  23. Figured they were flushed out of a river with all of the rain. I caught a LT several years ago with 1 bgill in it. That too was after heavy rains. But yeah, pretty unusual. Sent from my iPhone using Great Lakes Fisherman
  24. Crazy! Wonder where he picked them up? Could it be they just swam out into the lake and are feeding similar to perch fry and alewives.
  25. Fished PS for a couple of hours on Saturday morning. Caught 1 coho, 235 FOW and 1 LT 110 FOW. The interesting thing was that the coho had 6 small bluegills in its belly. Sent from my iPhone using Great Lakes Fisherman
  26. Where are you located? PM sent. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  27. Bought these from bikinibottom early this season, put them in the water one time, my downriggers did not like pulling them up.(rookie mistake). Looking for 8 or 10# sharks will sell for 150tyd on the pair. They got thrashed on the boat from rolling around in my compartment. Sent from my SM-N950U using Great Lakes Fisherman Mobile App
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