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dickey

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  1. I really enjoyed reading your posts and seeing the pictures of the girls and their smiles. I look forward to reading your adventures next year. Thanks for your dedication to the sport. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  2. Nice job as usual Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  3. Spoons, Rapalas and Rebels all sold pending payments. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  4. 2 Daiwa SK786 rods with 47H reels. 8’ 6” ($30 a combo) 4 Daiwa 6786 rods with 47H reels. 8’6” ($30 a combo) 2 Seth Green Pole/Reel ($50 for both) Tackle box with 45 Rapalas and 16 cotton Cordell ($50) Tackle box with 100 spoons ($50) Location is Greece NY Tackle box with 68 Rebel’s ($60) Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  5. I might try wed afternoon Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  6. I have 2 I picked up in a garage sale. I will message you Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  7. Love her smile Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  8. I am happy you got out and caught something. I enjoy just being out there and a fish is a bonus. Multiple fish is a huge bonus. Good luck. I might try Sunday or after work next week. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  9. Whaler, how did you do? Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  10. Took dad out since it was only night I was free. At the launch around 3:40. Started in 100’ and went out to 200’. Marked very little expect for fish on the bottom in 70’. Guessing lakers. Did get a nice aerobatic steelhead in 90’ on mag diehard on 55 rigger. Around 6pm decided to head in closer. Lost a laker at back of boat on dipsey/SD/Fly in 45’. I decided to try even closer so I reeled in the dipseys and told my dad to keep heading in closer with just 4 rods and we would bring riggers up as we got shallower. Not 1 minute after saying that the 40 rigger fires and line is screaming. I hand the rod to my dad and it won’t stop screaming. He says “how much line you got on here”. He tightened the drag a little but fish wouldn’t stop. I clear the other 3 lines. Turn boat off and let him battle. After some time the fish finally made it to the boat. Fish was caught on Mag NK black front with yellow tape and white back. My dad thinks this was his biggest fish. Any guesses on weight, I don’t have a scale? After some time the fish was released and swim away. I really enjoy taking my dad out on the boat he bought new in 84’ and taught me how to fish out of. I look every day for a newer boat but this bluefin keeps chugging along and producing memories. My dad said this is what I like about fall. The fish are big. I even let him drive. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  11. Love the smile Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  12. I have given silver salmon to multiple people in my firehouse and they all said it was amazing. They all prepared it different ways. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  13. Took my dad out since it was clam. Called multiple people to try and have a 3rd but everyone was busy. We set up about 4:30pm in 80fow and trolled in and out from 80fow to 150fow. All SD/fly bite. No hits on spoons. Wires 160/180 took 4 fish. 75 rigger took biggest fish. 5 fish in boat and 2 hits with no one home. 3 kings, 1 laker and 1 brown. I was shocked when the 160 wire fires when in 120fow and we reel in a brown trout on a SD/Fly. That was a 1st for me. Supposed to take some fellow firefighters from Long Island out Friday morning but waves heights don’t look good for my 18’. Hoping it changes so I can get them out. They have never been salmon fishing. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  14. I was nervous at 1st with the big john ones so I would hook a small bungee cord from reel to rod holder. That ended up being more or a hassle when the fish hit. I run my dipsey rod tips as close to the water as possible. I have never had an issue and I think it is because there is so much pressure on the rod running a dipsey that it wedges the rod in the holder. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
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