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  1. Team Miss em is in. Looking forward to it.
  2. Miss em

    Oneida 6/13

    Set lines at 9 and it was a really slow pick today for us. Spot that was good last weekend did not pan out. Moved out to the buoy line and ended up with 7, 6 keepers. Same trolling program that I have been running.
  3. Miss em

    6/7 Oneida

    No problem. We were running around 2.2 mph for speed.
  4. Miss em

    6/7 Oneida

    Had to fish the easier lake Justin. If I had to survive on walleyes I caught out of Otisco, I would starve.....
  5. Miss em

    6/7 Oneida

    Weatherman threw us a curve this morning. Thought it was supposed to be a gentle breeze out of the SE, but was blowing pretty hard out of East. Ended up trolling East towards Lakeport and made one upwind pass, then turned when they started coming over the bow and trolled back. Ended up landing 7, all keepers. Cutting board is 21 inches long. Reef runners on the inlines took 5, 20# power pro, 75 feet out, then 2 or 3 oz. snap weight, another 50 feet out then the board. Other two on Silver Streak Pink Panties on a 30 foot black Jet Diver out 125 on 15# mono. 35 fow or so.
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    6/6 Oneida

    This is what worked for us today.
  7. Seems like there are plenty of fish in 30 to 40 fow now. You can drift worm harnesses at 1.0 mph or troll plugs down near bottom. I don't fish the west end but I am guessing the same program would work fine.
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    6/6 Oneida

    Got out for a couple hours around 2:30. Fished North of Shackleton in the deeper water. Slow pick but ended up with 7, six keepers. Reef runners on the inlines, F9 rapalas on the riggers, one on a Stinger Scorpion on a 30 foot Jet Diver. Got really snotty quickly out of the west and had a long wet ride back to the launch. The wife was really impressed...
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    5/31 ONEIDA

    From my experience, at 2.0 to 2.3 mph, a small reef runner out 75', clip on a 2 oz. snap weight and let it out another 75' will get you down in the 25 to 30 foot range, depending on if you are running braid or mono. You can play around with different weight snap weights and troll until you hit bottom to fine tune your presentation/depths. Leadcore can get you down also.
  10. Miss em

    5/31 ONEIDA

    Was pretty nasty this morning and we didn't feel like getting soaked and bounced around on the ride to Shackelton so we set up near the launch and trolled east towards Lakeport. Caught three keepers on the first long pass in 35 fow. Fished some waypoints that were good last year in front of Lakeport and came up empty. Never really found a lot of marks and maybe the cold front had them shut off a bit. Fish were between 17 and 21.5" and came on Reefrunners on the inlines and one on F9 perch Rapala on a rigger.
  11. I couldn't find a photo of mine from the side but I have a similar setup. I went with 54" high. I have it it mounted fairly forward on the boat and did not sacrifice any fishing space. Shade is great on those hot days. Here is a video to give you a rough idea of how it is set up.
  12. I am sure I can find one for you. Might take me a week or so to get where our Penn parts bin is. I'll let you know.
  13. So are they going to arrest this DEC tech for the photo of this sturgeon? http://www.syracuse.com/outdoors/index.ssf/2015/05/all-white_sturgeon_netted_by_dec_in_black_river_outdoors_oddities.html#incart_related_stories
  14. Crack O' Noon charters set lines promptly at 12:00 and had a nice steady pick for a few hours. Fished 1 to 2 miles west of the Little Salmon River in shallow. Lots of good color and temps up to 40.6 on my temp gauge. Did more on flutter spoons than sticks. No standout out except a hammered brass/silver 44 Sutton fired on the rigger pretty much any time we got in clear water. 2.1 for speed.
  15. Best climber I have used too. That seat might be a little cumbersome but man is it comfy!
  16. I think public access makes a big difference. Eatonbrook reservoir has it, they got 760,000 0.5 inch walleyes stocked in 2013. Not sure what they got in 2014 and will get in 2015. Not many guys seem to target walleyes there and it is pretty much a ghost town. I have tried a couple times with no luck and the residents look at me like I have three heads when they see my trolling spread. 0.5 inch walleyes would probably just be food in Otisco.
  17. http://www.lakeontariounited.com/fishing-hunting/topic/48831-brown-trout-hot-spots/ The above post has some great info for you...
  18. FWIW, Fish Doctor does a few on-water fishing classes every summer. Geared towards teaching and you don't have to come up with a full crew for the trip
  19. Had the same boat with the Sea Drive. Was always impressed with the hull design. Handled rough water extremely well for a 20 footer.
  20. Have two custom Fish Doctor 9' planer board rods for sale. Build on 5 wt fly rod blanks. Can see them in action on a couple of fish starting at the 1:10 mark to the 1:45 minute mark on this video. $150 each with shipping extra.
  21. Even a blind squirrel gets a nut sometimes....
  22. I didn't see anything wrong with the weekend you picked last year!
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