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  2. Bravo for trying! Glad to see it paid off. We looked at the lake from wrights and turned my 19' islander towards owasco. We salvaged the day with a good bite there. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  3. Oak orchard has 2 nice long Rocky piers . 1/2 he drive west of the Genny . Bass and pike with panfish . Standard bass tackle . 7 ft med light spin 6 or 8 # , plastics . Maybe a small spinnerbait . Soft shell crabs if you can find them . Key this time of year is first light or dusk .
  4. When I worked for dec collecting botulism birds on lake erie I found a bunch of jet divers and other lures. Didn't know what the just divers were at that time. Wish I had kept them and painted them. Sent from my SM-G930V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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  6. I have a set of big jon otter boards for sale 585 880 6025 Sent from my SM-N950U using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  7. Glad to hear your back fishing. The boat looks great! Sent from my SM-G975U using Tapatalk
  8. Stay away from the inland waters or stagnant areas and I think you’ll be fine. Was down near the park on the north end and things looked ok. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  9. I believe two dogs died from a bloom on Champlain last week.
  10. What does everyone think about the algae blooms on Cayuga? I've got a vacation scheduled and wanted to bring my dog out in the boat, but we usually use water to cool things off for her. I'm concerned about her safety with the reported algal blooms. Thoughts? I also read that you shouldn't fish or eat fish caught in/near the blooms. What do they consider "near"?
  11. I will take them. Pm sent Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  12. Sign ups are rolling in, less then a week away!
  13. Great name! I have always really liked the 27. Capabilities of a larger platform but a bit more economical to operate. It is getting harder to find 27s in nice condition. GLWS. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  14. The pier can be a great place take a bucket of crabs keep them up high away from the gobies and if you like to cast a jig will work lake said and river side work on different days lots of variety around my biggest drum (sheephead) is 22 lbs the fight good and if you can pattern then you can catch all day Sent from my XT1080 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  15. Nice job Jeremy Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  16. $16 includes shipping $7 more to Canada #1 mustard treble 4/0 octopus single 42” 50lb fluro leader rattle chart glow beads Atommik flys new ultra white glow sweet pea hammer live lime send pm paypal [email protected]
  17. They are sold. Not sure why I didn't receive the responses. Thanks
  18. Silver streak, nk etc 20 total. $45 tyd 8 NEW FLT 4" $35 TYD 7 Suttons 35 tyd
  19. Thank you for the report. [emoji1303][emoji1303][emoji1303] Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  20. Basically "using the right tool for the job". For jigging and still fishing CHIRP can help define things better, standard 50/200 or 83/200 transducers excel in trolling but the match to the unit is critical as is fine tuning things for the particular unit. Not all standard transducers are of the same quality either. The Airmars have a long history of solid performance.
  21. Sounds worth it to me. I have a 20' tracker targa if you see me out there give a wave
  22. east side of the stack 140-150 fow was good to us yesterday....12 bites....spoons.....meat.....flasher/fly were all working....had 55 degrees down 70....took fish from 60 to 110 down
  23. Last week , I did good in 160-220 fow , 75-95 ft down . Won’t know till tomorrow when I put my probe down . I hope this blow today doesn’t mix up the thermo . Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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