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  1. SOLD SOLD I have a pair of two rod trees for sale. They have track mount bases on them. They are plastic dipped ( rubberized coating) in black. 175.00 for the pair. Located in Fredonia. 716-673-6614 Sent from my LM-G820 using Lake Erie United Mobile App
  2. If you let the diver out too fast it will tumble and wrap the leader around the dipsey and cause the problems you are describing. Sent from my LM-G820 using Lake Erie United Mobile App
  3. Found a homemade triple board today out in front of Dunkirk. If it's yours get in touch and I will return it. Sent from my LM-G820 using Lake Erie United Mobile App
  4. Mr 580, Do you find that the slide divers dont dive nearly as deep as a deeper diver with braid?. I have done some testing with a fishhawk TD and found that they don't with the same amount of line out, even with the larger ring on them to make them comparable in size. I do like the fact that they trip with smaller fish though. Sent from my LM-G820 using Lake Erie United Mobile App
  5. The fish are scattered but they are there. Try deeper water, 85 plus feet. The fish were down 40 ft today for the most part. Sent from my LM-G820 using Lake Erie United Mobile App
  6. I understand the concept of the floro to stop the kinks but I would change the floro to braid. Make sure you use 65lb braid though becuase anything thinner and the knot wont hold, dont ask how I know. The idea of the second lure is a bad idea and would only lead to tangles or other problems. After losing a dipsey set up because I used thinner braid I got rid of it all and went straight wire to a swivel. I then put on twili tips and reel the swivel to the end of the rods to prevent kinks and pigtails. Sent from my LM-G820 using Lake Erie United Mobile App
  7. You are wanting to run 2 different lures on your dipsy leader? Sent from my LM-G820 using Lake Erie United Mobile App
  8. Go deeper, 75+ Sent from my LM-G820 using Lake Erie United Mobile App
  9. They are sold Sent from my LM-G820 using Lake Erie United Mobile App
  10. I have 2 new in package OR12 boards for sale. Boards are both LEFT side boards. 60.00 shipped or 50.00 local pick up. 716-673-6614. Sent from my LM-G820 using Lake Erie United Mobile App
  11. Pm sent Sent from my LM-G820 using Lake Erie United Mobile App
  12. i have two okuma bluewater downrigger rods for sale. Model number BD-C-802MA. The rods are 2 years old and in like new condition other than a dent in the foam handle from the rod holders. $70.00 for both, willing to meet within reasonable distance from 14063. call or text 716-673-6614
  13. No, not really but i could probably meet somewhere in between.
  14. I have a total of 3 cabelas rods for sale. Two 8'6" downrigger rods and one 7'6" trolling rod. 15.00 each, located in Fredonia, NY Call or text. 716-673-6614 Sent from my LM-G820 using Lake Erie United Mobile App
  15. I have found that a deep diving reef runner 800 adds approx 10ft to whatever leadcore it is put on. I have consistently hit bottom in 35 ft of water with a 5 color and reef runner 800. I have not experimented with other deep diving lures but would assume that they would add depth to leadcore also. Sent from my SM-G930V using Lake Erie United Mobile App
  16. I if all you catch is 15/21 inch fish i guess it would be boring. In regards to the question, I like the tufline micro lead core. I can fit a 10 color on a 30 size reel with plenty of backing. Sent from my SM-G930V using Lake Erie United Mobile App
  17. What are you using to try and get down to the fish? How fast are you trolling? Dipseys (what setting and how many feet back)?, downriggers (what depth)?, leadcore(how many colors)?
  18. Bills hooks in Dunkirk has just about very color of Renosky
  19. For the most part straight out in 85 to 105 ft has been best. The fish are all over and spread out. They are not hard to find and they are hitting just about anything you put out.
  20. Caught a bunch today to the west. 90 to 105ft was best. Riggers down 66 to 70ft with spoons, 10 color lead, and dispsey set on one 150ft back worked best. Speed varied but 2.3 to 2.5 was best today.
  21. It should get better. Some of that colder water pushed west since yesterday and in turn pushed the fish higher in the water today as compared to yesterday.
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