fishwithmitch

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    Mexico Bay
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    Catfish Creek
  1. Rich D, thanks for the posts. I appreciate the info. Glad to see someone is catching some kings. Super frustrating for the rest of us though! It's been many long trips with no fish and blank screens.... Thus the frustration.
  2. Yikes! Not sure the fuel tank is big enough to make it there and back!
  3. What water column then? I'm out now getting beat up in 130fow.
  4. Fished for 7 hours over the last two days and didn't move a rod!
  5. Spent over 10 hours in the water this weekend with two super patient teenage girls. All we had was one skippy king the entire trip! Cold water all over the bay but very few marks. Fished 80-220 fow. Best marks were in the 130 range in front of the plant. Has to get better!
  6. 1 foot or less this afternoon turned into white caps out of the North and 3-5 footers!
  7. Totally agree that the Salmon fishing in Mexico Bay has been declining for the last 3 seasons. Very frustrating to have time and money invested in it and see most fish caught West of Oswego. Seems like as soon as I saved up enough to have a permanent camp and a slip the fishing shut down.
  8. That is quite a day! Killer musky.... looks enormous.
  9. Nice report. Looks like lake is starting to setup. Sounds encouraging.
  10. Fished Sat and Sunday a.m. Managed one small King. NBK spoon down 80 over 120 fow. Very slow. Browns nonexistent. Hoping lake sets up for July. Seems like lake trout are the only ticket in town at this point.
  11. Short answer..... No
  12. Just saw this. Sad news as prices were always fair and selection was great. Not to mention free advice and weather updates.
  13. Thank you for your kind words.
  14. Got some sad news this morning. Capt. Ray Donetti from Any Second out of Catfish Creek passed away last night after battling cancer. If you have fished Mexico Bay, well then you know Ray. He took it upon himself to teach me (and many others) how to fish the lake and I made the mistake of allowing him to take me on a Salmon trip. After landing my first King, I was hooked. 20 years later I am still addicted and I owe that to Ray. He would help anyone especially when it came to fishing and was a great man. I can truly say he will sorely be missed and there will not be a trip where I go out of the cut at Catfish and onto the big lake that I won't think about Ray. Rest in Peace Donut.
  15. This is why I take kids fishing! Sent from my LGL86C using Lake Ontario United mobile app