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  1. bosco

    Southern walleye

    Thank man. Good to know. The striper fishing is huge down there. Charters available on all those lakes as I understand it. I haven't made it to Tellico yet. I spent a couple years making regular trips down there looking at properties and brought my boat with me just once. Spent a couple days on Watts Bar. Middle of summer. Brutal heat, humidity, no wind. Caught nothing but blue cats. Fun, but not what I was targeting.
  2. bosco

    Southern walleye

    Whereabouts in eastern TN? Would you be willing to throw out a body of water or two? I've been investigating Douglas, Norris, Cherokee, and Watts Bar lakes but haven't found anything of a walleye following in those locations.
  3. bosco

    Ibay 9/29

    I think they usually pull one set and then leave the other set in for a few weeks longer....if my memory serves me.
  4. bosco

    Southern walleye

    The Susquehanna River in Pennsylvania is loaded with Walleye and Musky.as I understand it. Harrisburg is 5 hours from Buffalo.
  5. bosco

    Blanked on I Bay

    Had to work for them but got a two man limit last night ranging 18"-23". Blessing and a curse...5MPH limit and limited launch access means there's NO ONE out there. Beautiful calm night but I can't bounce from spot to spot at 5MPH.
  6. bosco

    Blanked on I Bay

    Thanks. I went out again on Tuesday night and got blanked. I'll try again tomorrow and try and get a couple more nights out next week. Then I'm dragging the boat up to Lisbon on the St. Lawrence. Mix it up a little and try some heavy current river fishing.
  7. I went snooping around Basil's a couple weeks ago and it looks like you need a pass code to get through a security gate to access the dock in order to launch. I tried to find someone to talk to and the little shop at the launch was open but there was no one to be found. I've been launching at Mayers but you need knee high boots (or preferably waders) to launch there. If you've got 2 people you're all set but you've still got to back WAY in. I got it launched, waded back to the drivers seat, closed my door and water splashed up on me. That's how high the water is. I asked them if I could pay in advance for a few launches because I usually launch after they're closed and they politely declined because they didn't know if they'd have to shut it down. The water is still rising and the dock is very feeble. Nonetheless, I picked up 3 on Sunday night. 19" 21' and 22".
  8. bosco

    Blanked on I Bay

    Yes. I had to work a little to find them. It didn't turn on until 10:30 but then it was 3 fish on about 8 casts.
  9. bosco

    Blanked on I Bay

    Blanked no more.
  10. bosco

    Blanked on I Bay

    You'll need waders or a buddy to help launch if you put in at Mayer's.
  11. bosco

    Blanked on I Bay

    Yup....and I'll go there. But I can leave my house, boat in tow, and be launched and fishing in 15 minutes under normal circumstances. Now it's a 15 minute drive all the way around the bay to the Webster launch plus a 5MPH turtle swim to my spots. Oh....I'll do it, but not without complaining a little. : )
  12. bosco

    Blanked on I Bay

    And now the launch at the state marine park (north end) is closed.
  13. bosco

    Blanked on I Bay

    Thanks man. All great tips. I'll keep working it. Eventually they come around to tried and true methods and locations. I see it as a sort of long game challenge though figuring out this particular body of water in terms of getting on the bite a little earlier in the year and staying on it later into the fall. I'm just grateful to be able to be out there for the challenge (and the reward).
  14. bosco

    Blanked on I Bay

    I HATE trolling but that's what I figured as well so I slow trolled a diver on a hand line and worked up and down the drops. Saw a lot of hooks on the graph but no takers. I threw a slip bobber over the side while a tried some casting as well. Generally I like to keep bumping along with the electric motor to cover water so the bobber option isn't a first option for me unless I've got a great looking screen and want to stay put and throw a number of options at them. However, they just put a 5MPH restriction on the bay so that really hampers my ability to get from spot to spot with any kind of efficiency. I might just hang it up for another week or two....or trailer the boat to Otisco and troll in Justin's wake. That'll up my odds significantly, I'm sure
  15. I/O....hmmm. Well if it doesn't suit your needs you could probably flip it and put the money into a Lund or something. Sounds like a good find either way. Congrats.
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