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ryanrobb52

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  1. We have found the best luck on the north east side this year. Start there and watch your screens for active fish. We don’t catch a ton of silvers on the lake but the ones we have caught were on that east side in 80-100 fow in the top 40’. I am sure a lot has changed in the last few weeks with temps but that’s where I would start. Good luck. Let us know how you do! Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  2. Nice eye! Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  3. Dude they should rename the lake after you. Holy crap. Great job! I finally landed a rainbow last weekend and it was 12” long and apparently I had been dragging it for hours because it was stiff as a board when I reeled it in. Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  4. Incredible! We fished Friday and gave it all we had. Boards and riggers for silver and dipseys for Lakers to keep the kids interested. We landed 6 Lakers on dipseys and 1 bow on a rigger that was 12” max. Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  5. There is nothing better than taking kids fishing and watching their eyes light up. Kudos to you Captain! Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  6. Great work! Do you run planer boards? Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  7. Fleas weren’t to bad last weekend but some days they are worse than others. Laker action is nonstop on flasher fly combos in 100 fow on dipseys. Tons of marks at 30-50 which are likely rainbows and browns but I cannot seem to get them to strike. Side scan shows they are 50’ out to the side so if your using planer boards you may have better luck then me. Good luck!! Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  8. Owasco lake sure doesn’t want to give up any of those silver bullets to me that’s for sure. I have spent a lot of time trolling Owasco over the last 5 years or so and do very well with the Lake Trout (I imagine everyone does well with these guys) but have only hooked 2 Rainbows. One dumped at the back of the boat and they other was about 15” long. My question for the experts though: the last few trips out we have seen incredible activity between 30-50 foot over 90-120 fow. I assume those are Rainbows traveling the thermocline. For some reason, we cannot get them to bite anything. Tried every spoon imaginable. Countless stick baits, varying speeds, directions, winds....you name it. I am just not sure what I am doing wrong. Last Sunday we ran dipseys deep for the Lakers and ran 2 riggers both with fixed cheaters. It must have looked like a Bass Pro Shops aisle down there and we couldn’t get anything to pop a rigger. Lakers were non stop but I just can’t figure out the Rainbows there. Anyone have any advise on a different approach that might work? The mighty google doesn’t have much information for trolling lake Rainbows. More about stocked ponds and streams than anything. Thanks All! Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  9. If salmon and trout are your target then I highly recommend a couple wire line Dipsy divers. I know there are plenty of walleye fisherman who use them too but in my opinion they are a must have. Everyone has preferences on brands but I like my Okuma Cold Water reels. Seems to hold up well for us. Congratulations on the new boat and good luck on the water!! Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  10. Looks small in the hands of a kid thats 6’ 5”. Haha
  11. Great job! Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  12. Launched at the state launch around 6:30!with overcast skies. My sons and I worked shallow on the north end with 5” KVD pumpkin worms on texas rigs. We landed quite a few smallmouth before the north wind picked up and started pushing us around. The 2 largest ones were 20” and 19” and were puking up huge crayfish as we pulled them in the boat. after picking up my wife and daughter we decided to putt around the west shore and threw out a flatline with a yellow and purple bay ray to see what we could find. Much to our surprise we hooked up with an 18” Walleye. I know they are in there but have never gotten one myself. All in all, a great day on the water!!
  13. Personally I like jigging around 6pm then troll for the last hour or so of light. Seems to work for me. The only thing to really watch out for is the wind because it can go from comfortable to miserable in a hurry because its so shallow and big. Good luck!
  14. Well we gave it hell last night and launched out of Deans. Guy pulling as we launched was giving plenty of tips and said the east shore was smoother and action packed. We zipped across and dropped riggers and dipseys and continued to wash lure after lure with no action. Marked plenty so we changed speeds, direction and color patterns until we finally landed a 20” LL. After nothing else we headed back west and trolled in front of the launch in 40-60 fow. An almost immediate rigger fire with no one home followed by a 5 lb laker for my son. One more fish that got unbuttoned quickly but that was it. Interesting that the east side had a lot more fish marked on the screen but the west side was LOADED with bait. Awesome lake for sure and when my new boat arrives this week I will start putting some time in trying to figure it out. Thank you all for the advice. I appreciate it. Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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