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  1. I've learned to never trust the buoy. Wind seems stout but this am it was more east looks like it shifted south south west at the moment Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United Mobile App
  2. Hey guys how's the lake this morning? I want to bring my daughter but she dose not do well if it's rolling and the wind seems inconsistent at my house. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United Mobile App
  3. Pics not working shoot me a text or call scott 716-982-1036 if you call leave a message it's tough to answer at work Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United Mobile App
  4. What colors or patterns are you interested in? just some two tones or stripes or baitfish type Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United Mobile App
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  6. Hey that's me! Sorry to hear Sid I know how much my girl means to me but if you are still looking I have charcoal and silver pups Scott 716-982-1036 Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United Mobile App
  7. For cranks/sticks the preferred clear coat is Devcon 2 ton epoxy and that stuff is not coming off ever! For blades I use this its a solvent based clear that's compatible with the water based http://www.shopwurthusa.com/wurthstorefront/Chemical-Product/Paints/Lacquers/Spray-Clear-Coat-12-Fl-Oz/p/18930191 Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United Mobile App
  8. Testors is cheap and you have to thin it down stinks like hell if using indoors but colors are readily avaliable. I switched to com-art or auto air there water based acrylics ready to shoot without thinning and clean up easy they also have translucent colors that are nice for layering/blending on sticks. The only box store local that carries them is hobby lobby tho Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United Mobile App
  9. I gave up on the riggers as well and run extra dipsys instead. although the biggest eye ever on my boat came off a rigger with a 2 color core "swr" and a black renosky. My top 3 sticks 1. Perch color chatterstick 2. Metallic blue jr. Tstick 3. Smelt Rick klun Classic Harnesses 1. Copper watermelon 2. Blue/silver 3. Firetiger Those are usually my first 6 rods untill the fish tell me what they like Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United Mobile App
  10. You want the knot in the water so if your using inlines you can set them pretty close If your using big boards/mast your going to run out a bit depending on the situation. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United Mobile App
  11. Yes you pay at Barcelona and everywhere else for that matter, I can't think of any "camps" from buffalo to Barcelona like others said hotel and trailers the best option. Maybe a cottage in Angola with a dock on Cattaragus creek but I don't think it's cheap by any means Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United Mobile App
  12. How bad was the sand anything to worry about? Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United Mobile App
  13. When I buy new blades I don't do anything, and the only time I prime it's more of a base coat application. You will notice some colors are more translucent the fluorescents change quite a bit unless you spray it over white You just have to play around a little bit Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United Mobile App
  14. Thanks guys, pap I use the testors enamel " model paint" it has a little better coverage and the color selection is outstanding from metallics to fluorescent!
  15. This picture is why blade baits are priceless. Fishing on the perch grounds and a big hook shows up on the graph! I leave a blade hooked up hanging off the bow roughly half way down in 50-60 ft every now and then or when that hook show up drop it snap-snap-pause - snap=hooked up!!!
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