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  1. "pink/green tinsel fly with same color flasher or spin doctor hanging from it's mouth" There was a report in the past week or so about a guy losing that tackle.. I'll look back and see if I can find it later on.
  2. Yeah, we were out there as well and had the same issues. We had a couple on, but seemed like they just weren't getting good bites because we had a couple ( what we believe were) Kings on, but lost them...happened multiple times on our team to different fishermen. All the hooks were razor sharp. When we headed in, the Lakers were just stacked up in shallow water in front of the creek. A lot of shallow marks West of the creek. Marked some huge fish but just couldn't get them to play. They were in the 160 foot range in the mid/late morning. A rough day for those of us targeting Kings.
  3. NICE!!! See? it's always worth throwing a couple bucks to enter...you never know what you will catch...
  4. Got it. Thanks Mortigan. We've never targeted Lakers...
  5. Depends on a number of things. Water clarity, where the mud line is, water temp, runoff. They have been fluctuating in depth but when we went last weekend we had great hits from surface to 12 foot(?). We went out of Sandy Creek but my usual is out of Irondequoit Bay. Out of Irondequoit Bay head East in water depth of 0-16 foot. If the conditions aren't right you might need to go out a little deeper to find them, say 40 foot D.O.W. Good luck.
  6. Didn't want to put that info up there without your permission since it is your boat. Great day. Learned new stuff and great conversation. Hope the family is better. THANKS AGAIN!!! What a GREAT day
  7. Fishing Report Your Name / Boat Name: ============== TRIP OVERVIEW ============== Date(s):5/5 Time on Water:6-1:30 Weather/Temp:clear/ 50 Wind Speed/Direction:10 mph NNE switched to N and then the wind died down. Waves: 1-2 Surface Temp:42 Location: LAT/LONG (GPS Cords): =============== FISHING RESULTS =============== Total Hits: 18 Total Boated:17 Species Breakdown: Hot Lure: Trolling Speed: 2.2 Down Speed: Boat Depth: 8-12/100-150 Lure Depth: 0-6/ 45 ==================== SUMMARY & FURTHER DETAILS First time out this season with the big boat. Started in shallow working the browns...many nice average size then decided to work our way out. Ended up with a nice array of fish but no kings. We had 3 big Lakers, 3 Coho and the remainder being Browns. Great day on the water! ====================
  8. Thanks for the still of the camera mount. Very cool video....looking forward to seeing a salmon wack the bait...
  9. Dead link....any other suggestions?
  10. Thanks guys...lets encourage our fellow fishers to post reports as we see them at the docks or passing in the channels.
  11. I see a bunch of boats out, but no reports out of Irondequoit or Webster. C'mon guys, help us out
  12. Looking for some direction on who/where to find a good person to repair a broken rod tip. Anything around Rochester? Is it worth spending the money on a trolling rod or should I just buy a new rod?
  13. Name: Gregg Location:Rochester Home Port:Mayer's Marina Boat Name/Type:AubJul I fish for:Trout, Salmon, Walleye ================== I've been on the LOC website and it's out of date in a lot of areas. The winner's list stops at 2006. Anyone have a list of the winners since then and what the weight was and where the fish was caught? It seems, according to the LOC website, that the Spring winners seem to all come off of the Niagara Bar. Anyone have info that's different than that assumption? Thanks.
  14. Here's a picture of the fish my partner and I caught off of the South shore on the 24th, Monroe County. We hooked 8 and landed 7. A nice array of fish from a King, Browns, Lakers and Coho. The following day we hooked up 2 decent Browns, lost one to a bad knot at the boat.
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