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  2. Fished out of Henderson yesterday. Had a nice walleye before second rod was in. Ended up catching 15 Browns a nice laker and released a small Atlantic and 3 nice walleyes.mostly a spoon bite in 7-15 fow off boards and riggers. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  3. With the musky season 30 days away, was wondering if anyone else has set any personal musky fishing goals for the year? -2017 I set a goal of 50 fish and accomplished that, in 2018 I set the same 50 fish goal along with a 55". Accomplished the #s but not the size. Anyone else care to share?
  5. if I can sell it all in pieces I will, start a list of what u want
  6. Go green Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  7. I would consider aluminum for the floor, never will be an issue. Lowe boats use aluminum floors Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  8. Where can I get minion flies.
  9. All set. Thank you Silverfoxcharters.net
  10. Usually the best water for them is the edge of the colorline. You exploit it by trolling your stuff in and out of the edge itself rather than the colored water. Most fish don't like the muddy water. Take perch for example they usually won't be found in muddy water itself but murky water is what they like where it isn't crystal clear or muddy. There is usually a slight difference in the water temp at the edge of the mudline but if the chocolate stuff is real thick and muddy they won't be found there usually.
  11. They're here every spring, but the numbers I've seen this year are more than I've ever noticed.
  12. I'd like to extend a huge thank you to all of the guys who work their butts off to set up, maintain, and run the pen projects, both at my home port of Sandy Creek and across the other ports - I know that many of them are active on LOU. Your efforts are noted and truly appreciated!
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  14. We fished on the west side of devil's nose and went 4-7 in about 3 hours. One king around 17-18lbs. And then a bunch of browns. Lost a nice king on a stick bait. It had the drag screaming and just came unbuttoned. Fish gave us quite an acrobatic show. Sent from my LM-V405 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  15. Most years I'd kill for green water. Temperature is key, but water color makes a huge difference in how spooky the fish act. Slide out to that green water in 20-40 ft depths and you may be surprised by what nails your divers, even when they're close to the boat. I'd do that in a heartbeat over muddy shoreline.
  16. I got a few more hours of work in last night. I re-riveted down the two stringers because those rivets were loose, and got some of the seams cleaned up with a wire wheel. There's still alot more prep to go before the gluvit, but it's coming along. I'm planning on using storm Gray nautolex vinyl for the floor and side panels, and blue for the recessed pockets on the sides to match the boat
  17. 2 Penn Fathom-Master 625 Downriggers with ROD HOLDER & BASE PLATE Matching Pair On Ebay https://www.ebay.com/itm/2-Penn-Fathom-Master-625-Downriggers-with-ROD-HOLDER-BASE-PLATE-Matching-Pair/121176532098?
  18. I look for higher temperature a degree is all it takes to make the fish turn on. If it’s clear, green, or mudline sets my color pattern Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  19. Ok so whats the deal with water clarity? Yesterday i trolled the shoreline with chocolate milk colored water for browns lots of marks and bait no takers. I moved out deeper to try to find better water clarity but it took forever and was way out in 40fow. Should i of stayed in shallow does water clarity really matter? I understand it does to an extent but should i of just kept cruising in shallow. Thanks in advance for any input! Sent from my SM-G930V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  20. Suprising to see loons around here beautiful birds! Thanks for the report always like seeing people with family enjoying the outdoors! See ya out there sometime look for the blue bayliner! Sent from my SM-G930V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  21. Its been hot out there thanks for the report Sent from my SM-G930V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  22. Thanks for the report always fun to try to land those kings on 10lb test. Webster has been hot dont waste your time iut west to braddocks its a different system out there had little luck today out there. Great cathces keep up on the reports tight lines brother! Sent from my SM-G930V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  23. Went 2 for 3 landed a 21 pound King and a lake trout. 4 hours of trolling 4 lines out with a mix of Sutton spoons and Bay rats the king was caught on a Sutton as was the lake trout very slow day mudline was thick all the way out to 40 fow. Its looking like webster out of i bay heading east was better. Hard fishing today but cant complain landing that nice king. Anyone else with luck? Sent from my SM-G930V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  24. I was there from 9 - 2. There was three other rigs in the parking lot when I left. Plenty of water to launch my saber I would almost say normal conditions. I was surprised to see the pay to park machine covered up. Sent from my XT1609 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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