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  1. Thanks for the report, they are all helpful. Was out Friday out of Braddock and was 1 for 2. Little rough for my taste. The King was right on the bottom in 103FOW with the rigger set at 100 on a white flasher meat rig. The other one we did not land was on a wire rod at 300ft with a purple flasher fly at 120FOW. My son went out Saturday for a bit with no luck and talked to a charter captain near the Genny launch who said you had to look way offshore still for fish.
  2. Set up in 120 FOW around 7AM. Fished out to about 300 FOW. Very little marks with the exception of around 220 FOW, with small fish. Running meat on white flasher, spoons and lead core line off a planer board. Dipsy at 200. Washing tackle this morning. Yanked rods around 10AM. Found some big pods of bait as we were pulling rods around 90 FOW with fish below. Talked to some other fisherman at the launch and they said they were doing browns there off the bottom. One other fisherman at the ramp did a small king in 250 FOW on a dipsey set at 240 feet. Another fisherman said the salmon were out there at 400 to 600 FOW. Will be trying again on the 21st, hopefully the fish will be starting to move into that 100 FOW and setting up by then. Tight lines!
  3. Nice job! Thanks for the report. Might try Friday.
  4. Beautiful morning washing lures. Started in around 350 foot of water (I was looking at my speed and wondering way we were not leaving 54 FOW, not realizing my depth finder was not registering. Cannot make this stuff up!). Worked the water back into 80 FOW with a focus around 220 FOW where there was a nice scum line and temperature break. Did not mark a single fish all morning. Had a couple of knock off's from the 33 foot down rigger.
  5. 3 for 5 with 2 Lakers and a nice king. King was out in 215 FOW 53 feet down on a black and white spin doctor and purple fly. Fish a blank screen the whole time.
  6. Just West of the Bay mostly targeting Kings. Slow morning for us with 2 kings, first 100 FOW 17 Foot down on a ladder back spoon. Second in 40 FOW off a chartreuse deep diver off the boards. Fish were in great shape. Fishing a blank screen with and only marked one fish around 35 FOW and 25 Foot down.
  7. Nice ramp and fish cleaning at Fort Niagara. We have been making a trip out of there the last 10 years or so this time of the year. If the wind cooperates, head out of the river to the green can then turn right about 15 degrees and head NE to the red can about 5 miles out where the depth drops off from 50/60 to a 100 and deeper and try along this drop off or with a couple of miles on the deep side. Have had some spectacular fishing there is years past East of the red can on the deep side. Like any fishing, very weather dependent and we have had a very cold spring with a lot of N winds this year. Last year during our trip there were no fish out there, but the previous 3 or 4 years we really hammered them.
  8. No debris, but as expected big mud lines that moved in and out due to all of this rough weather.
  9. Figured I would post, any information is good. Set up out of Braddock's by 7:30AM. Forecast was SE wind, but big rollers from earlier this week. Sea sick in an hour and a half. Huge mud line going West of the bay and where we marked all off the fish in about 15 or 20 FOW. Headed back east outside of the mud line in 20 FOW with no marks. Hopefully the big lake starts to calm down.
  10. Started a little further out hoping for kings in around 25 FOW East of ship builders and did a couple of passes off Webster pier with no luck. Moved in tight heading back West around 10 FOW and started hitting browns and ended up 12 for 15 before getting blown off the lake with a few nice ones mixed in. Larger silver stick baits and small green and black/sliver ladder back NK spoons shallow on the riggers were the best.
  11. Few miles East of IBay 20-30 FOW 13 feet on the rigger 5 for 8 with 3 mature kings and another crack off, 2 nice browns. All of the fish were on this same lure.
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