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  1. Oswego bust # 3

    Sorry ,size 1 dipsy clear Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G890A using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  2. Oswego bust # 3

    The most important advice I can give is that you have to stay positive. The fishing has not been as good as it use to be. You have to be willing to work for your fish. Change your presentation and change your depths. I was up over the last few days and I earned each fish I caught. Ice house flasher with a glow hammer fly worked best. Caught fish in 130' out to 300' . Dipsy rods were hot out 315' and 400' @ 2.5 setting. Fish were all over on the finder but bites were sporadic. Monkey see monkey do? My advice: Don't be afraid to switch it up. Heard guys complaining on the VHF while I was netting fish. Stay confident and fish hard and it will pay off. Good luck! Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G890A using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  3. Fished out of Catfish Creek. Wednesday evening was 5 for 6 with a mixed bag of browns,kings and lakers. Had 2 browns 8 and 14lbs. Also, 2 kings 18-20lbs and a laker. Didn't read much fish or bait and our hits were spread out between 60' and 140' of water. Thursday woke up to a relentless west wind. Fished from Catfish Creek to the Power Plant in 20-30' of water with no luck. Birds were working sporadically in the morning around the high rocks. Got out to 60' just west of the stack and had better luck going 6 for 7, with five lakers and one brown. Fish were all caught on lead core , 8-10 colors on spoons. Thursday evening was very difficult to fish with 20+ mph winds. Ended up losing a cookie cutter at the back of the boat just before dark over 55' water. Friday morning was beautiful. Started out in 20' water just outside Catfish. Landed 1 brown about 3 lbs before I could get third rod down. Fished west to the power plant and nothing. Fished in 60' water just west of stack and finished up the morning 8 for 9. (6 browns, 3-10lbs, 1 rainbow 4lbs, and 1 laker). Most fish were taken on lead and dipsys. Riggers were slow. Tried various stingers but most fish were taken on the Stingray or Magnum sized spoons. Natural Born Killer and the Die Hard out produced all other color patterns. Lead 8 to 10 colors over 55-60' was best.
  4. Fishing Report Your Name / Boat Name: ============== TRIP OVERVIEW ============== Date(s): 05/06-05/07 Time on Water: 0600-1100 1500-2100 Weather/Temp: Wind Speed/Direction: NNW-SSW Waves: 1-3 Surface Temp: Location: Nine mile LAT/LONG (GPS Cords): =============== FISHING RESULTS =============== Total Hits: 30+ Total Boated:24 Species Breakdown: 2 Lakers, 1 Steelie, 4 Kings, 17 browns Hot Lure: A.M.-Barney,Glow frog magnum, Sutton 44 Trolling Speed: 1.9-2.3 Down Speed: Boat Depth: 48-65' Lure Depth: 36-43' 'on rigger, 6 and 7 colors on lead, 150' on size zero dipsy ==================== SUMMARY & FURTHER DETAILS ====================
  5. Fishing Report Your Name / Boat Name: ============== TRIP OVERVIEW ============== Date(s): 8/29-8/31 Time on Water: Weather/Temp: Wind Speed/Direction: Waves: Surface Temp: Location: LAT/LONG (GPS Cords): =============== FISHING RESULTS =============== Total Hits: 17 Total Boated:11 Species Breakdown:7 kings, 2 browns. 1 steelhead Hot Lure: Ice House w/ sweet pea Trolling Speed: 2.3-3.1 Down Speed: Boat Depth: 95-115' Lure Depth: 95-105' on riggers, 275-305 on dipsy, 2 1/2 setting ==================== SUMMARY & FURTHER DETAILS ==================== After the big blow it took a few days for things to settle down. Picked at 'em on Mon-Tue but Wed AM turned hot. Fished 95-105' off the power plant and redeemed ourselves. Went 6 for 10 with the kings, also boated 2 browns. Ice House e-chip with a sweet pea fly caught most of the fish. Unfortunately we had to leave by 10am, hope to be up next week.
  6. Fishing Report Your Name / Boat Name: Junior ============== TRIP OVERVIEW ============== Date(s):5/9-5/10 Time on Water: Weather/Temp:Sunny high 60's Wind Speed/Direction:N Waves: 1-2, occasional 3 Surface Temp: 47-51 Location:Mexico Bay/ Nine Mile LAT/LONG (GPS Cords): =============== FISHING RESULTS =============== Total Hits: 8 12 Total Boated:5 9 Species Breakdown:Browns,Rainbows,Laker Hot Lure: Sutton 44 / Smithwick Trolling Speed: 1.9-2.4 Down Speed: Boat Depth: 20-35' Lure Depth: surface-18' ==================== SUMMARY & FURTHER DETAILS ==================== After reading all the great reports on this site during the last couple weeks I couldn't wait to get a few days off of work and just fish. A buddy of mine and i arrived late Monday morning and we had to work for our fish throughout mid-day. A couple hours before dark seemed to be best and we managed to salvage the day picking up a nice laker 8lbs, 3 rainbows-no size and a nice brown. This morning was a little different. We read a bunch of fish off the high rocks by the Scriba launch and decided to make the run for the morning bite. We weren't disappointed. When we arrived the birds were working and we managed to land 9 fish within an hour before the wind picked up and the fish turned off. Most fish came off the planers about 150-200' back. Black /silver smithwick worked best. <)()()()<