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  1. I just bought the helix 9 and love it. Yankee Troller is very helpful with questions about Humminbird Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  2. I took a day off from salmon fishing to take wife and kids bass fishing. Tried Watoma shoals with no luck. My odds are better at catching salmon then bass. I hear they are big but you might catch a few instead of a lot. Guy at the dock said he caught some in Braddocks. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  3. Nice job, love seeing the girls smile Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  4. Took some buddies out 4-8pm. Started out bad with wire dispey hit that got tangled with rigger rod.. Lost the fish, and a fly. Had to cut out some wire and mono and tie some swivels. While trying to untangle that mess dipsey on other side got tangled in other rigger rod. Current seemed to be going north. Switched to a 4 rod spread and buddy landed 1 on dipsey. Lost another one on rigger. Had a few other dispey hits that were short. Few spoon releases but nothing. Fished 100-130. 49 degree water 92 over 112. I didn’t land the fish, I just had my picture taken before it went into the live well. SD/fly continues to out fish spoons for me. Buddy lost 2 fish and was driving during both tangles so he got his balls broken. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  5. You son continues to land the big boys. Nice job as always! Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  6. Since I had 2 kids and 1 being new to fishing I stayed deeper than I would like but with some rough waters I figured away from the pack was better incase the kids needed to take the wheel at some point. Worked 200-300 from 5:30-till 10ish. 3 dinks on wire dipseys (SD/Fly) 210 out with 2 setting. Biggest came off rigger down 70 with flasher fly. Poor netting by me caused it to get away. Son was not happy with me. Some fish is better than no fish. Congrats to Whalers son for landing a nice one. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  7. Heading out in the Am with son and his buddy. Hit me up if your out. 585-503-1727. Rick Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  8. That sucks, I look forward to your reports. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  9. Always nice when you can take your kids with you. Mine wants to go tomorrow. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  10. Renting a house with the family on Honeyoe for a week and was wondering if anyone would share any tips so my kids could catch some bass and pike. Any certain spots, depths and lures to use? I only know about using plastic worms around the docks. Can you catch walleye there during the day or night and where? Thanks for your help! Rick 585-503-1727 Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  11. I remember a few years ago I bought one of your rigs and never fished for Lakers before. Put in down and within 10 minutes had a nice laker. Anyone that wants to catch lakers Gambler Rigs are a must have. Nice job and congrats! Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  12. Fished 5:30-10:30. 6 rods set. 2 dipseys and 2 stacked riggers. Started in 120 and had a triple 10 minutes in. Landed all 3. 2 small kings and average steele. Quiet for little while till we headed out to 240. Landed biggest of day at 240. Landed some more on our way out to 300. Headed back in a picked away at them. Landed 7 and lost 2. No pics of the smaller ones since I unhook them in the water. All flasher fly bite for us on wire and riggers. No spoon bites. Wires at 150/175 then 200/210. Riggers 65,60,50,45. Glow early and flash later. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  13. Gotta start by thanking Bill (whaler1) for hooking me up with great info. Took 2 past co-workers from Kodak out. We set up near Bill around 4pm in 150 and fished out to 220. Best water was 150-170. 50-70 down. Lost rainbow in 1st 15 minutes on wonderbread spoon. Had a lot of releases on spoons but no hook ups. Around 6pm things heated up. Starboard dipsey w SD/fly fires and we lost a good one. Fires again and my buddy landed that one. As I was setting that back it fires again with only 60 on the line counter. I let the other friend land that one. Little bit later the port dipsey goes. Buddy fights that one for little while and loses it. It was a good fish. As I am setting that back the other dipsey goes again. I fought that one and landed it. I released that fish but buddy wanted the other 2. Buddy had 45 ride home and we had fish so we left lake little early even though fish were hitting. Well getting home early didn’t work out. As we entered Braddocks there was a bayliner boat with 3 younger guys flagging people down. I decided to swing by since other boats kept going. They needed a tow. So we towed them to the dock. Nice kids and very appreciative. So night was longer than expected but productive. I ran 2 dipseys at 150/175 on 2.5 setting with SD/flies. White/blacks. Green flies. Stacked 2 riggers with wonderbread spoon, NK 28 black/white on 1 rigger and 10” SD with herring cut bait plug in place of meat on deepest rigger with 2 face spoon stacked above. No hits on cut bait plug. The current was pretty strong. Fish Hawk was reading 3.0 but boat was barely making any ground going west to east. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  14. If your out this afternoon text me. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  15. Nice job, keep banging them. I will be out later from 4-8pm with some people I used to work with at Kodak. If anyone is out my cell is 503-1727. Good luck! Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
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