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rdebadts

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  • Gender
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  • Location
    Sodus
  • Interests
    Hunting deer
    Fishing trout salmon perch and walleye
  • Home Port
    Sodus Bay
  • Boat Name
    Fishin' Physician Assistant

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  1. Holy crap. A 33 lb king in May?!? Wow The Fishin’ Physician Assistant
  2. Our shakedown. Boat has never splashed so late.... but this is just a strange year all around. Wearing a mask outside on a boat is a new experience as well, but thems the rules and we were glad to get out. Bright bayrats were the ticket. Enjoy! The Fishin’ Physician Assistant
  3. Didn't make the trip down there this year. God I miss it. Nice work The Fishin’ Physician Assistant
  4. I'll start by saying this- I was late for fishing for the first time in my life. In my 35 years, it's never happened, until last weekend. As a result, we weren't fishing until ~7. It was calm and clear, and we lost valuable fishing time due to me... We started on browns in skinny water. We did a half dozen bites by 9 am, mostly with brightly colored bayrats in 12-15 fow between perch pt and chimney bluffs. The browns were bigger- we did one over 10 lbs in fact. Once the sun was up, the bite died for us. I've been itching to try my new "death traps" from gambler rigs on lakers- so we went out to slimer land. We found the lakers in 120-130 and put a pretty good hurtin on them, including several doubles. I'll tell you, I'm impressed. They out-fished my cowbells and have MUCH less drag. They're easy to run, and work well. Two thumbs up! No pics of the lakers, but all released in the cold water. The Fishin’ Physician Assistant
  5. I've had good luck with Streeter out of Ontario ny. He did my 23 lb laker, and I'm very pleased. His rates are very affordable. Anglers choice fish mounts does phenomenal work, but is more expensive. You get what you pay for, to be sure. The Fishin’ Physician Assistant
  6. Same as usual. Like 15-20 boats out total The Fishin’ Physician Assistant
  7. Did my shakedown trip 4/25. Pretty basic brown trout trolling setup; went mostly with sticks off the boards. The water was 43 degrees and super super muddy. I didn't realize till the sun was up just how dirty it was. After about an hour I figured out what they wanted. Really brightly colored bayrats finally did the trick, and we ended up with like a dozen bites in a few hours time. The bite all happened in a 1/2 mile stretch of water for us, and it was super light bite. Kept some, let the rest go. Boat ran well except for one stalling episode where all of my lines had to be brought in rapid fire and we had a bunch of tangles... lol. That's what a shakedown is for I guess! I expected a little better action, to be honest- but I was so happy to be out it didn't really matter The Fishin’ Physician Assistant
  8. Can confirm. It was a partial release. A part here, a part there The Fishin’ Physician Assistant
  9. 29-31 line I think. Like 8 miles The Fishin’ Physician Assistant
  10. My last video from 2019. Fishing with my buddy Andrew out of the oak in August. We had a nice mix of kings and steel, waaaaaaaay out deep. Got absolutely doused by a pop up storm (didn't bother us much because the bite was excellent). Enjoy! The Fishin’ Physician Assistant
  11. Nailed it. The Fishin’ Physician Assistant
  12. Here's our sodus pro am. I don't know why, but I'm cursed in sodus on Saturday! We crushed them on Friday- we had 2 areas 100-120 and ~200) with active king bite AND a steelie location (450-550) all mapped out. Idk why, but Saturday they were gone and very negative for us. I panicked and ran around looking for fish, and only got 1 big king and one keeper brown to show for it. It was pretty brutal. Then Sunday, we had a decent king bite, but the weather was impressive with 4-6 waves all day. We lost a ton of fish due to conditions. Regardless, always a fun experience. Here is the video. Enjoy! The Fishin’ Physician Assistant
  13. Another video from last May . This was my first ever trip out of Wilson and fishing "the bar". Took us a while to find the active fish, and when we did it was on top of the bar in shallow. The screens in 120-200 were comically full alllllllll freakin day- but we rotted for several hours out there anyways. Enjoy! The Fishin’ Physician Assistant
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