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  • Birthday 01/01/1972

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  1. Hey Hachimo, I'm the guy from South Caanan that spoke to you Saturday evening at the dock. Sounds like you had a good weekend. We went out of Oswego Sunday morning and ended up putting some decent browns in the boat. We didn't tangle with any kings, but the browns kept us busy. I read your post about riggers being hot, then suddenly dying on you but the dipsies start firing. Keep in mind that with all the boat traffic, it will make the fish shy away from the boat, hence the dipsies become more productive because they are down and out from the boat. Lengthening the distance off the ball may help to keep the riggers firing for you when fish start to shy away due to boat traffic or high sun.
  2. Usually the biggest issue in the spring is floating debris, especially when motoring out in the morning.
  3. Wundergeound.com and sailflo Sent from my SM-G930V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  4. Thank you very much Sent from my SM-G930V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  5. Thank you very much Sent from my SM-G930V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  6. How's the waves today? Planning on coming up tomorrow, taking a 12 and a 9 year old. Calling for 15-20 out of se. Wondering if it's worth it. Thanks and good luck Sent from my SM-G930V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  7. Nice job! Good to see some salmon around, hopefully its a sign of another great year in the Mexico area.
  8. Launched out of Mexico around 10:30 Saturday morning and headed west, setting up at the "A" frame. Didn't move a rod until we got a little West of the plant. Water temp prior to the plant was 42-44 degrees in the 15-20 fow range. Once we got west of the plant, water temp jumped to 53-55 degrees in 20-30 fow and the fishing turned on. Ended up 5 for 8, with one cookie cutter and 4 quality browns. 3 fish came off the riggers on spoons, 2 off the boards on sticks. Anything green uv or glow seemed to be our best baits. Turned out to be a pretty good shakedown run for us. Hope the fishing continues to be good throughout the Eastern basin this year.
  9. Everything that has been posted is absolutely true, however, the weather can also change. One thing I've learned during my 15+ years is that Lake Ontario is a fickle lady. She can go fro dead calm to nasty in very little time, and vice versa. Also, it is difficult to predict the weather/waves accurately several day out. Don't give up hope, but a backup plan is never a bad idea either! Good luck if you get out.
  10. Thanks for the report! Great catch! Heading up this weekend. Saturday is looking like a camp work day due to wind forecast, but Sunday looks promising. Would you say you had more action off the boards or on the riggers? I know typically the boards out produce the riggers this time of year. Just wondering. Thanks in advance.
  11. Be aware guys, the low life's are at it again at the upper fly zone parking lot. Had a rod/reel jacked from the back of the truck. They pryed open the tonneau cover and grabbed an LL BEAN rod with an Orvis reel. Guess it could of been worse, there were 3 other rods back there. They must of gotten spooked. We wouldn't be as pissed about it, but the combo belong to a friend of ours who has since passed away. Kinda sucks, and stings a bit. Two years ago they stole a soft sided cooler out of our truck. Pretty disappointing that nothing seems to be getting done about the rash of thefts in that area. We've learned our lesson. We will no longer keep anything in the truck. If we break a rod/reel, we'll head back to camp and get a replacement. Be aware guys, there are people out there who apparently need fishing gear and will stop at no means to get it. Sent from my SM-G900V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  12. Great recipe for sheepshead: Soak a cedar plank for about 20 minutes, cook fish on plank 10 minutes each side. Remove from grill and let cool. Throw fish away and eat the cedar plank!!
  13. I know this isn't a fishing report, but thought I'd send out a congrats to the Endwell little league team on winning the Little League World Series. What an awesome run, didn't loss a game all year. With the proximity of Endwell (just west of Binghamton ) to the lake, figure they may be some people out there who may know these young players. It's an amazing accomplishment! Sent from my SM-G900V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  14. Started fishing the Erie tribs back in the mid 90's while in college(Go Fightin' Scots!) and still make annual trek West to fish for some crome. Can probably count on two hands the number of pinks, ho's, and atlantics I've seen. If I'm not mistaken, PAFBC attempted to stock salmon in the larger Erie tribs but the fish never really took. The streams there are completely rain dependant. Sent from my SM-G900V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  15. Fished Saturday from 6am-2pm, put one small king in the boat off the rigger. Fished from 20 fow out to 300 fow, best screen was in the 90-115 range in front of the plant. Sunday set up in 80 fow of water in the same location. Managed a cookie cutter brown on 10 color leadcore. Very slow, seems like mid-June transition is already here.
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