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  1. mr 580

    sold / closed 1999 Lund Pro V 1775 Tiller

    Sold-pending payment.
  2. mr 580

    sold / closed 1999 Lund Pro V 1775 Tiller

    9/15- Price updated and lowered to $12,800 w/o kicker and Minn Kota Terrova. If boat not sold this fall, price will go up in spring. Open to reasonable offers. Boat is available for inspection.
  3. mr 580

    sold / closed 1999 Lund Pro V 1775 Tiller

    9/2 Price Update- added Price without Minn Kota Terrova I pilot and Yamaha 8hp would be $13,800. Open to Reasonable Offers.
  4. mr 580

    sold / closed 1999 Lund Pro V 1775 Tiller

    1999 Lund Pro V 1775 Tournament Series Tiller Walleye boat with 1999 Yamaha P60 60 hp two stroke, Humminbird 859ciHD GPS/Fishfinder, 2 live wells 2 bait wells, 48" and 6" tracks on each side, VHF marine radio, Shorelander roller trailer, custom Sunbrella travel cover, spare prop, spare seat and misc other spares. Boat is 2 nd owner garage/lift kept boat- has been used as a guide boat last 5 years and has had annual Public Vessel inspection each year. Reason for sale - updating to new larger Lund. Located Ashville, NY (Chautauqua Lake). Price $12,800 as described. Note: option to add 2005 Yamaha 8 hp kicker, and Minn Kota Terrova Blue tooth 80Lb 24 v 60" shaft trolling motor at additional cost. Open to reasonable offers, Boat in good condition with normal dock rash. Contact info- [email protected] or 585-406-5764
  5. Big sheepshead, catfish or laker would be interesting too. How would you net on a 2 or 3 foot lead? I see more minus than positives with this program. Could be a good way to stuff a downrigger cable into a prop-things get real interesting when that happens.
  6. No cleaning station in Barcelona due to lack of sewer system at the harbor. Was studied when new grinders were done at Hanover and Dunkirk in last couple years.
  7. Getting fish in both basins. Some real nice fish this year. On 6/28 had 7 quality eyes with two at 24". Weed lines with crawler harness's
  8. Mid to late July, Dunkirk would a good spot to work from. Lots of places to stay and you can launch from Dunkirk or Cattaraugus Creek. Can work a variety of depths. Should be plenty of walleyes available especially “eater” size, getting a 10lb one you’ll likely sort through a few to find one. Should be able to get fish from boards with leadcore, divers and riggers.
  9. With warmer water, the daytime walleye bite has been pretty good along and in the weeds. Some pics from some recent trips.
  10. Eastern Lake Erie Charter Boat Association continues to attract new member Captains and Mates. We have close to 70 current paid members and membership information is available on our website. We have member Captains working New York waters of Lake Erie, upper/lower Niagara River, and western Lake Ontario. ELECBA offers required drug testing and the opportunity to promote our fishery. Contact any officer for additional information or attend one of our meetings!
  11. In the past when I’ve fished off Cleveland it was an open water bite and by mid July likely offshore. Think planer boards, divers approach would be more productive than jigging as the fish are relating more to bait than structure. You could fish NY water off Dunkirk or the Catt to try Erie fishing before heading west.
  12. Misdirection is right on. Big boards easier when you have different people on board. Bigger boats have room to store boards, mast, planer reels. For smaller boats with less storage, in lines are a better option. Both are very effective and what works for your crew and your boat is the best choice.
  13. Posting edited 2/28/21 to show Price with shipping to domestic US for both groups.
  14. Charter Boat Captains if you are interested in joining an organization that offers drug testing plus other group benefits, consider Easter Lake Erie Charter Boat Association. Now is the time to sign up and it is easy to do. Links to ELECBA website right from LEU and website has links to membership forms along with benefits of membership. If you have questions just use the contact link and one of our officers will get back with you. After doubling in size in 2020, ELECBA is looking to continue to grow for 2021. Our current membership has Captains fishing Eastern Lake Erie, Niagara River, and Western Lake Ontario. Looking forward to hearing from you! Capt Frank Schoenacker/Infinity Charters- Treasurer ELECBA
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