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  1. Sylvan beach webcam looks a bit nautical..
  2. Nice report. Been about the same on the north shore. Hit and miss. I have been doing better on flicker Shad’s than reef runners though. And I started running Mack’s smiley blades a few feet in front with a bead and swivel. I can’t say if they attract more fish but they catch weeds and keep the lures running longer.keep the reports coming.
  3. I am on my second season with Litime 110ah batteries. So far they are fine. I was a bit skeptical since they are only 350.00 but so far, so good.we will see after a couple of seasons, but there is a huge difference in run time, but when they hit a certain voltage they just shut off so plan accordingly.
  4. Love the post because I have had so many people tell me I’m trolling too fast. I troll at 1.8 and catch fish… I troll at 2.2 and catch bigger fish. I have been running the new reef stalkers from reef runner and have good luck with them. Like all reef runners they need constant tuning.
  5. Can anyone tell me if it’s still worth a trip up to Henderson or Chamount for walleyes or has it already slowed down. Thanks in advance. Brian
  6. I run mine with the gain on auto medium to start and rarely have to adjust much.what is the gain set at?
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    Oneida report 5/21

    Good point,especially when you are working 2 and 3 fish groups. When there is competition they hit, when they are alone you have to work them.
  8. Plenty of cookie cutters on the shallow windy flats. Scattered in 2s and 3s, ended up sharp shooting them on side imaging and panoptix.they were willing to hit a jig , but would not touch a leech on slip bobber. Any thoughts?
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    Oneida 5-13

    It was certainly a tough opening week for me.not uncommon to catch fish in the 20 inch range but I don’t normally catch a bunch in one day.even the perch were hitting the big lures yesterday.
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    Oneida 5-13

    The big girls are finally hitting deep. Four post spawn females in the mid 20s today. Scatter rap tail dancers in the basin. Fast troll…2.0
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    Oneida 5/2

    Ran boards through the shallows in what are normally good spots this time of year and caught plenty of smallmouths but no eyes. Finally found scattered fish in 28 fow and managed a handful of skinny males on paddle tail plastics on 1/4 oz jig head…hitting on the fall.probably a better bite somewhere on the lake but I couldn’t find it today.
  12. Launched out of Wrights at daybreak, shoreline water was muddy brown.plenty of boats working the shoreline but I don’t know how they did. I slid out to the edge of the color ( 30 fow) and trolled East. Surface temps in the lower 40s for a mile then dropped to 38. Picked up two off the boards with stickbaits and lost one off the rigger with a stinger spoon.fished till 9, nice morning on the water.
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