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Tim Bromund

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About Tim Bromund

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  • Birthday 06/06/1967

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Colden, New York
  • Interests
    Fishing, hunting, fishing, shooting, fishing
  • Home Port
    Olcott, NY
  • Boat Name
    FishStyx II

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  1. I'm planning on going to the Lockport Meeting next week.
  2. FWIW, before the fleas showed up, all we ever ran on our rigger rods was 12 lb Trilene XT and landed many high 20's and 30 kings back in the 90's when fish that size were fairly common. Tim
  3. can't go wrong with either, I own both and have no complaints with either. But then, I haven't had a boat in the water since 2013 , but I've owned Scottys since 2002 or so. Tim
  4. No, they are completely based on reality. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  5. Guys, this identical bill has been introduced 10 previous times over the past 20 years, including 2018. It will die in the encon committee as it has all the other times, as it should.
  6. No, but I’m not sure the Lower Niagara is great spawning habitat for them. If it was, a naturalized population would have been established long before the onset of the pen projects. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  7. There have been pens in the Niagara since the origination of the Pen projects.
  8. True, but the difference is, your issue is based on water temp and is uncorrectable. Ours can be improved with modified stocking strategies. Particularly since half of the lake's charter fleet, and recreational fleet spends their spring parked down here in Olcott and Wilson filling their boxes with salmon. I don't blame them for that, gotta go where the fishing is good, but the simple fact is, there are a ton of fish taken out of the system out of the west end every spring and early summer, so when the migratory fish start heading home in mid August, we typically have very few of our resident fish left to stage and run and our fishing essentially flatlines in late August, unless you want to run offshore and chase 2 year olds. I'm just thinking that a revised stocking strategy might be able to correct some of that. It wouldn't really affect the fall east end fishing all that much with all of the wild fish that slam into the Salmon River every fall. Just my opinion.
  9. Unless you fish the west end of the lake when our fish typically disappear in mid August as they head east.
  10. And Rockets also happen to catch a ton of fish.
  11. wrap of electrical tape on the spool for me. 1000 feet perfectly fills the spool on my Daiwa SG47 LC's. Don't forget the first time you take them out to fish with, before you start using them, you want to take them out over deep water and let the entire spool out with a heavy weight (I use a 1 lb lead ball) and reel it back in to make sure the wire is spooled tight enough on the reel, line winders wont get it tight enough and the wire will dig into itself and bind up with the first screaming king you hook up on. Been there, done that, no fun.
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