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  1. That is the number I tell my wife......
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    Oneida

    I fished Saturday and Sunday out deep. Saturday I forgot my tackle bag from when I switched over from the salmon gear, but scratched out a limit on some spoons I had on the boat. Sunday instead of the light SW wind predicted we had ENE about 15 mph. Caught 4 keepers and a few slob perch on my normal stuff. Marked plenty but they might have been turned off by the east wind. Rough enough that we only did one big down wind pass and had to call it.
  3. Very soft recoil on all the 6.5 Creedmoors we have. Compared to the old trusty .280 I have shot for decades at least. I have been shooting 142 Grain Winchester Expeditions.
  4. 400 yard group from the other night. Pretty much as good as i can do with rest i am using. Sent from my SM-G950U using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  5. I have had decent catches out in the deep water north of Shakelton Shoals. Plug bite with plugs right on the bottom with the riggers. Catch a bunch of jack perch out there on the plugs too. Perch Rapalas seem to hold their own. Bare Naked Reef runners on inlines as close you can get them to bottom too.
  6. Just got my new rifle that was put together by Hart Rifle Barrels. First class job all the way. Hart barrel, Defiance Deviant Hunter Action, McMillan Stock, VX-5 Glass and TriggerTech trigger. Jim shot one quick group with the other day and it is a tack driver with factory Winchester Expedition loads.
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    Questions on Oneida

    I fished it yesterday for a couple of hours. Made one pass along the entire north side of shackleton shoals in 32 to 40 fow. We run riggers on the bottom with #7 and #9 perch rapalas (the newer one) and do well with Reef Runners on braided line on inline boards with snap weights. 75 back, 2 oz weight, then 75 feet to the board or 100 feet back, 3 oz weight, 50 feet to board will get you down around 30 feet at 2.2 to 2.4 mph. Get a couple Bare naked Reef runners. tough to beat on the boards. Saw plenty of guys drifting warm harnesses with bottom bouncers. That usually works too. We ended up with a dozen or so walleyes with 5 keepers up to 20 inches. Nothing over 38 feet of water. Probably plenty being caught in the weeds too, but I just stick with the deeper trolling.
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    7/7/19 Oneida

    That is the report I have been waiting for! See you this weekend.
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    7/7/19 Oneida

    Ran my normal trolling spread but tried in 38 to 40 fow North of Shackleton Shoals. Managed a limit pretty quick, lots of shorts out there. Nothing over 18 inches. Sent from my SM-G950U using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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    6/8 Oneida

    I PMed you my cell number. If you want to give me a call I can give you some more info. Sent from my SM-G950U using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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    6/8 Oneida

    I have been doing 2.0 to 2.2 mph. Sent from my SM-G950U using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  12. I meant 6/9! Sent from my SM-G950U using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  13. Tough bite this morning. 2 to 3 footers out of the East. We made up for it in quality with a 27 incher, 7.3#. Sent from my SM-G950U using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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    6/8 Oneida

    Hadn't been up since a couple years ago but the old stuff still works. Perch Rapalas on the riggers and Bare Naked Reef Runners on the inlines with a 2 oz snap weight. Had a nice catch on an hour in 38 feet of water in front of Lakeport. Sent from my SM-G950U using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  15. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Pellet-Pro-S-S-12-Pellet-Grill-Hopper-Assembly-PID-Controller-HD-auger-Motor/161779547693?hash=item25aacffe2d:g:5icAAOSw9GhYh5Fx The one I bought was a Grizzly Grillz model but that looks like it is sold out now. Link to another one above.
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