rdebadts

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Sodus
  • Interests
    Hunting deer
    Fishing trout salmon perch and walleye
  • Home Port
    Sodus Bay
  • Boat Name
    Fishin' Physician Assistant
  1. I would love this info as well. Love hi tech spoons, can never find them! The Fishin' Physician Assistant Fishsodusbay.com
  2. May near the salmon river, you can expect to catch Browns, lakers and steel. May CAN be a good time for salmon, but it's a bit hit and miss. A good time of year to fish lake wide honestly. If you desire salmon, you gotta consider the west end though The Fishin' Physician Assistant Fishsodusbay.com
  3. In April in Sodus, we will usually find lakers 30-100 fow. I just slowly troll out till I find them. They can be suspended or tight to bottom The Fishin' Physician Assistant Fishsodusbay.com
  4. I once caught an 80 lb amberjack in the keys off a wreck... I got that big bastard in, and the captain asked if I wanted to catch another... I said "hell no, I need a nap!" The Fishin' Physician Assistant Fishsodusbay.com
  5. From the oak and oak west there should be salmon. From Rochester East expect browns near shore and steelhead from 100 fow and out. The Fishin' Physician Assistant Fishsodusbay.com
  6. Wow. You are really talented The Fishin' Physician Assistant Fishsodusbay.com
  7. I mix them all the time. Some spoons are much more tolerant of temp variations. I do find that some days they want spoons and sometimes sticks. I usually start out with both and adjust as they dictatw The Fishin' Physician Assistant Fishsodusbay.com
  8. These meetings are so informative. Anyone who fishes in lake o should try to attend. Looking forward to the meeting at RIT! The Fishin' Physician Assistant Fishsodusbay.com
  9. Awesome! The Fishin' Physician Assistant Fishsodusbay.com
  10. What is the buy in going to be? The Fishin' Physician Assistant Fishsodusbay.com
  11. So true. Water color and water temp are the keys. Speed and lures all matter, but not nearly as much as water color and temp The Fishin' Physician Assistant Fishsodusbay.com
  12. You are about 1 mph too slow for salmon... The Fishin' Physician Assistant Fishsodusbay.com
  13. I re spool every year. It is a cheap insurance policy. The uv rays weaken the mono line. I use 17 for my rigger rods and 12 for my top water linea The Fishin' Physician Assistant Fishsodusbay.com
  14. When fishing shallow (top 20') I will run my leads 80-120 back. I never run stuff that far behind my riggers once you are fishing more than about 30 down though. My longest lead is about 40-50 once I am deeper than that. The Fishin' Physician Assistant Fishsodusbay.com
  15. I'm getting good at smoking stuff with my Christmas present (electric smoker) and my tackle had never been more organized! Also, all new line on all poles. Trying hard to stay busy so I won't buy anything! The Fishin' Physician Assistant Fishsodusbay.com