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  1. NINO

    Tectan

    Not the same as it used to be, I tried it and was disappointed. I've been using Andy Line 8lb for most of my fishing from bass to bows and on my centre pins.
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    Where To Buy Deep Cycles

    Hope the river is clear for the weekend! l am hoping to get out myself, as of today the upper and Erie were mud.
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    Where To Buy Deep Cycles

    l probably wont get mine until spring. No point in getting batteries when the boat is going to be in storage for the winter. FISHKID - You're right, Megnacharge makes "TROJAN" batteries which are suppose to be top of the line. Energizer batteries should do the trick, make sure you store them properly and charge them once in a while during storage.
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    Where To Buy Deep Cycles

    l am in the same situation. Been looking on Kijiji for some. Found refurbished for $50-$60 with a 90 day warranty but they are refurbished. I dont know if anyone has had any experience with them. Found probably the best deal around, Magnacharge Brand group 27 Deep Cycle (27DC180) for $120.00 each MCA = 1000 RES CAPACITY = 175 AH = 105 WARRANTY = 36 Month with 18 Month Free Replacement DIMENSIONS: L = 12 ¾ X W = 6 ¾ X H = 9.0 Magnacharge Battery Corporation 6670 Columbus Road, Unit B Mississauga, Ontario L5T 2G1 Office: (905) 565-6616 or Toll Free (888) 271-8888
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    DIY Salmon Spoons

    Here is a good website to find alot of different lure building items. Reasonable prices and out of Ontario http://www.luremaking.com/catalogue/catalogue-index/catalogue-items/economy_casting_spoons.htm Here is another website that for rods and other tackle building items http://www.luremaking.com/catalogue/catalogue-index/catalogue-items/economy_casting_spoons.htm
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    Lower Niagara Shore Fishing - Suggestions?

    Is there still lots of ice in the river? Looked at the web cams and it looks like its still coming down heavy. Thanks,
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    Getting an ownership on a trailer??

    The original owner has to go to City Hall with i.d and a letter explaining why he cannot provide the ownership papers and under oath has to sign a paper declaring that he is the original owner of the trailer. Then with that paper he needs to go to the ministry of transportation and have the trailer registered as a home made trailer or if it has the VIN number that would help to register it in his name. Then the Ministry of Transportation will issue him a new ownership paper to that trailer(FEE $35 or so) to his name and then he can transfer the trailer ownership to you and you have to register it under your name and plate it. Long process.. Enjoy
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    2stroke motor

    Oil and gas seperation. You might have flooded your spark plugs and gummed them with oil. Take them out and clean them, while your plugs are out of the motor turn the motor over a few time to get everything out of the cylinders. I would recommend running your mix with some gas stabilizer to keep your gas last longer.
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    Wader question

    l am a bigger person myself, and l have this problem all the time. l would suggest that you purchase breathable waders and a pair of warmers to wear underneath. The breathable waders have ALOT more room to move around in and they dont make you feel like a sardine. You can always check Peter's tackle in St.kitts, nice selection. l own a pair of hodgeman's and they have been great. If you need more ideas where to purchase, drop me a line because at BPS you are going to pay arm and a leg..
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    niagara bar

    l was wondering if anyone is fishing the niagara bar and if there is any action yet or is it to early. Have been fishing the river and have not seen much of a run yet, hoping we get some fresh fish soon. thanks in advance...
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    float reels

    float fishing is definitely the way to go.. you can't get a more natural presentation than a roe bag under a float....l have been float fishing for 4 years now and for the winter months l hardly use any other gear in my collection.....another good thing is that its you and the fish and no drag to control how much line the fish takes out so its a good battle and a little more excitement.... unless u can afford a ang. specs. and a few others with a drag system.. l have had experience with a few reels and the one that tops it is the ISLANDER..... for the price and the durability its the best bang for the buck... if you are interested l have a gold one for sale in the classifieds.......
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    trolling motor

    l have mine set up so that u have the two batteries operating the 24 volts for the trolling motor, on my trolling motor l also have to swqitch from 12 or 24 volts. The 3rd battery is for the motor and for the rest of the gadgets that u may have... DO NOT CONNECT ANYTHING TO THE TROLLING BATTERIES AS YOU MAY OVERLOAD THE ELECTRONICS.....and that might be a very exspensive lesson...
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    Burbot / Ling

    l was lucky they had cought that one when l was there so l was able to take a picture. The other name for the fish that is in that picture is Silurus glanis, and l found a website with another picture of it and a few others. heres the link... http://silurus.acnatsci.org/ACSI/idx_pages...ts/oddcats.html
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    Burbot / Ling

    just wanted to share a picture of a ling that l have when l was in europe last summer, one of my family members does a lot of fishing over there and its not uncommon to catch these monsters there. The picture that l have here is a fish that is 37kg, l just dont know if the picture will work. these fish do get larger there and have been reported to be cought in the 100kg range and up, they do sit in the deeper waters and are a good battle on a fishing rod.... http://tinypic.com/view/?pic=jtau77 http://tinypic.com/view/?pic=jtb0vk
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