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Brian

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  1. Fished the north shore from an hour before light till 9:00 and caught plenty trolling Berkeley flickers and rapalas in 10-12 fow. Good luck. Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United
  2. Brian

    Big lure question.

    Every fall I switch over to large lures on Oneida. The past two years my best lure has been this giant Shad rap (ssr44).17 inch walleyes have no problem hitting it especially after dark. It’s just a bigger target. But what I notice is that most fish are mouth hook on the front treble. They are hitting it mid lure from the side. Is this to avoid the spiny dorsal on the larger perch? Anyone else running into this on oversized lures. You can clearly see where they are putting their teeth on this lure. Just looking for input. Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  3. 37 back is 10 ft., 60 back is 13 ft, 100 back is 15 down, 150 ft. Back is 17 down. From precision trolling app. Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United
  4. Makes sense. I think I’ll tie some up tonight. The Lake Erie boys always seem to be one step ahead. Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  5. Massive fly hatch on the lake, but doesn’t seem to have put the bite off much. This 25” fish was puking 6” perch up in the well. Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  6. I think you are right. Took a closer look and I believe they are larvae. That’s one way to get big. Avoid lures. Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United
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  8. Ran the same program with decent results. The two largest fish had nothing but shrimp in their stomach Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United
  9. X2 Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United
  10. Just my 2 cents and everyone has their own style, but I would invest in a set of inline planer boards. I prefer wide wobble baits like reef runner, bomber, cordell stingers, and bay rat xld.Well tuned and fish the marks and I always run one high in the water column. My biggest fish almost always come on the highest line, even in deep water.even in 40 fow I will run one line in the 12-14 ft range. 30 years of meticulous notes on Oneida has also taught me that faster trolls produce bigger fish. So I would start there for what it,s worth. Like I said everyone fishes there own way.also might want to download the precision trolling app. The dive curves are very close. Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  11. Same pattern today. Reef runners off the boards. Had to slow down to 1.5 to get takers.saw a lot of nets coming out on the Godfrey point drop off from the boys jigging and snapping sonars. Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United
  12. North shore. 35 fow, light chop. Reef runner glowby and cordell stingers short off the boards(50 ft.) only 12 ft down , 1.8 to 2.0 , best was 23 inches. Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United
  13. Northern maybe.?I,ve caught 2 already this year. We had a good day today pulling reef runners off the boards. 20 down over 30 fow. Goby pattern. Keep the reports coming, this site needs more Oneida reports. Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United
  14. Brian

    oneida 5=9-20

    Nice going. I got up and saw 6 inches of snow on my deck and unhooked the boat and went to work. That big female is a beauty. Way to go! Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United
  15. Brian

    Oneida opener

    Started at 3 am. Fished till 11.Managed 1 off shallow stick bait. Water is only 45 degrees. No wind and pea soup fog cancelled plans of jigging the shoals. Once sun cameup I managed a limit of large lazy females off xld goby bay rats in 30 ft. Of water. Fish are acting like post spawn. Any reports would be appreciated to put together a pattern. Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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