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    Picked up a Shimano reel for my Berkley Glow Stick. I will try this out in the Adirondacks when we fish for Bullheads. I can set this up with a Catfish rig and be able to watch it. . Also, it will make a good Walleye rod for night fishing. I have several walleye rods and also a rod for my downrigger. The downrigger Click image for larger version

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    Originally posted by jhjimbo View Post
    Picked up a Shimano reel for my Berkley Glow Stick. I will try this out in the Adirondacks when we fish for Bullheads. I can set this up with a Catfish rig and be able to watch it. . Also, it will make a good Walleye rod for night fishing. I have several walleye rods and also a rod for my downrigger. The downrigger Click image for larger version  Name:	IMG_0550.JPG Views:	9 Size:	1.24 MB ID:	738575Click image for larger version  Name:	IMG_0552.JPG Views:	6 Size:	1.04 MB ID:	738576Click image for larger version  Name:	IMG_0551.JPG Views:	6 Size:	881.5 KB ID:	738577Click image for larger version  Name:	IMG_0549.JPG Views:	6 Size:	2.65 MB ID:	738578 is used in another month when the thermocline goes deeper. I don't like trolling but sometimes that is the only way you can get them.
    How often do you fish for bullheads in the Adirondacks?

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    • #3
      It is more of an extemporaneous thing. Warm summer night, cold beer, Coleman lantern and we could be there. We also do a night Kayak/Canoe float of about 20 miles and sometime along the way stop to wet a line.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by jhjimbo View Post
        It is more of an extemporaneous thing. Warm summer night, cold beer, Coleman lantern and we could be there. We also do a night Kayak/Canoe float of about 20 miles and sometime along the way stop to wet a line.
        I have a camp on panther lake that I bullhead fish from in the spring.

        Have you fished Erie yet?

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        • #5
          I have hunted the Redfield area and fished Pulaski. Family has cabin on Black Lake.
          State just re-did the fishing access at Cleveland. We could never get in there as it is too shallow and full of shoals. Must be shore fishing only. The pier at Sylvan Beach was good fishing.
          I was with my Fathercoming down the road by Cleveland in the Spring time in a '57 Ford and hit black ice. We did a complete 360deg and kept on going like nothing happened. My Father was a Semi truck driver but don't know if that made a difference. Just lucky. My Father acted like it was nothing.

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          • #6
            One time we were traveling to Brewerton with another boat, a 36' Cris craft Constellation. The wind and 5' waves were right out of the West. In Oneida every 7th wave was a big one. I had my Kodak and when the other boat hit the 7th I got a pic of the sun coming right under their boat.

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            • #7
              I got the $19 Shimano R2000 for my glow stick. Just put on Stren 10lb, nothing fancy. Click image for larger version

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