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Markster

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  1. Thanks for all the replies guys. The rack is going on the wall next to his dads mounts (thanks to gunner) best of luck to your son smerchly. ya teedee, i think he's hooked.
  2. His first year bow hunting and he connected last last night with a nice basket racked 9 pointer.
  3. Thanks for the info guys. I've done them myself in the past but I don't have the time or the facilities to keep them cool enough long enough anymore to get the job done right. i've used a butcher in st.catharines in the past but I guess he's no longer cutting deer. Lots of options now though. Thanks.
  4. Thanks for the info fishingking. I'll give him a call.
  5. Does anyone know of a butcher near st.Catharines that cuts deer? I see a previous post for Greg Bodner in port colbourne, (which appears to be a good option) but i just wondered if there was someone closer to me. Thanks.
  6. Thanks guys! You've given me lots of options to try. Smerchly, i like the rig. I'm going to give that a try. center pin assassin, i've never tried fishing a blade bait. Are you trolling these baits or casting?
  7. Thanks for the link and info smerchly, i'll give the gumdrop a try.
  8. Fred, thanks i'll give that a try. Jordan, thats what i'm going by. Unless i use the electric to slow down my drift the harness simply dangles with no water resistance to spin the blades. P.s. I think your right about the current, but the current at the bottom + 1 ft, where the harness is running is much less than at the surface.
  9. Well i gave it another try tonight and only managed a few nice sized bass. I really don't think the blades are providing any spin to the rig. I think i'm going to have to try something else. anyone have any tried and true methods to target the niagara walleye they could share?
  10. Thanks for the info.i guess i just have to experiment with the harnesses to see what works.
  11. This may be a silly question, but i thought i'd ask anyway,('cause i want to catch fish! ) When drift fishing the lower river with a three way bottom bouncer and worm harness, do you simply drift along with the current feeling for the tap-tap of the bottom and using the electric trolling motor to correct course, or do you use the electric to slow down your drift? if your just drifting, doesn't the harness lay on the bottom? also, how do you know how much weight to use? thanks in advance for any help you can provide.
  12. Markster

    Bar Launch

    The l launch at NOTL sailing club is private and not an option. You're best to launch at queenston and make the run down river.
  13. Nice. Looks like you not only got back on the horse, you ended up shooting it! That is one nice buck.
  14. Way to go GW! Man, that thing is the size of a moose with deer antlers! How about sharing the story.
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