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  1. There's plenty of good temp in close. I personally wouldn't run out.
  2. Well it wasn't hot and heavy but I was able put 9 in the box for four times out, biggest was around 25lbs. All my fish came out in front of the plant in 140-150 FOW. And all on meat and spoons. 6 on meat and 3 on spoons. 8 out of 9 on the riggers. I ran some flasher flies but they wanted nothing to do with them. All three days I could not figure out if it was a meat bite or spoon bite. Got as many hits on spoons as the meat which I thought was weird. 2.4 at the ball was my best speed. Not many marks out there but more consistent marks in the 140 FOW. Very cold water. I was getting 42 degrees down 60 on my rigger. With the cold water there were plenty of shakers to ruin your spread if your not checking your riggers. May be back next weekend.
  3. How were the fleas? I'm running 20lb test on diawa SG's and 20lb test can be a pain with fleas around.
  4. My boat has been lonely the past couple weekends but after watching the weather reports all week we made the decision to head up. The weather still looked iffy for the weekend but ended up turning out great. Only saw one storm roll thru while we were out 8-9 miles. And after the morning the Lake turned almost flat on Saturday and Sunday. Saturday made the mistake of staying in front of the plant all day and couldn't find a fish to save my life. Finally a bit too late started trolling out to the dunes. Well there we found the fish and what a motherload. Soon as we got there the 400 copper went off tangling into the wire dipsy. Somehow we are able to untwist and land our fist fish. Unfortunately a little too late as we were unable to box another fish. Sunday was a different story after a late start waiting to see if the weather was going to cooperate and getting gas. We ended the day 8 for 8 with a break for lunch. Mostly a dipsy bite 250-300 on a 2 1/2 setting in 115FOW. All F/F combos 2.4MPH on the ball. Did get a few on the riggers but more hits on the dipsy. Decided to leave the copper in the cuddy as too many people have no etique when it comes to trolling. Monday we decided we are getting out early. It was dark as we were leaving but still didn't get out early enough when you have to drive 7 miles. Set the first rod down and I turn around to and first fish on. Than I guess it was our turn to lose a couple fish. Two in a row on the wire. And than landed our 2 fish and called it a day early as we had to ride back to CT. So all in all we salvaged a great weekend. All the fish were on the smaller size but considering there were only a few 30's on LOC derby looks like the pattern is of smaller fish. Hope to be back up next weekend weather permitting.
  5. Where can I find results for this past weekend out of Oswego?
  6. Also cold water has already moved in pretty good as today I had 44 degree water down 70 in 100fow in front of the plant. Out deeper I guess there were more normal temps. Picture of my first male of the year. And my buddy first salmon on a boat.
  7. About the same results for me. 2 on Saturday afternoon. 1 on Sunday morning. And 2 today. Found what I think we're staging fish yesterday and today in 90 fow.
  8. Awesome! leaving Friday, boats waiting for me at Salmon Country. Looks like a nice coho in the mix also.
  9. Looks like the moved in a bit since last week. Thanks for the report I'll be headed back up Friday.
  10. 5-6 miles from the stack. 12 miles from Little Salmon.
  11. Make sure you check the regulations its different for steelhead. I believe that one was legal but it is one per person and it must be at least 21".
  12. These fish have to move in soon. My back can only take so many trips to 450.
  13. That first fish is definitely a Steelhead and a nice fat one at that. Nice job on the fish.
  14. Oswego 8/6 - 8/8 Headed up to Mexico on Sunday morning due to Saturdays 13 footers. Got up there around 1 and was told to forget about it until Monday. Well we took a ride out of the little salmon and made it out to 200FOW and decided it was doable and headed to where I knew there was fish a few days ago. Ended up in 400-450 but it did take us quite a while to get out there. Fished for an hour or so and landed a small king and lost a bigger one. After losing my right side side downrigger setup due to a bad turn we decided to head in early. Got the rigger all setup Monday morning and headed out around 6am. Definitely a little better ride out but still 12 miles out in my trophy was a bit annoying. Got to the same area and it was on. I think we ended up 4 for 7 and headed in around noon. Problems with my bilge this time. Mice decided to make a nest in my lines to the bilge. Bilge was full of paper towel and other nesting materials. At one time there was a mouse running around the boat. With the possibility of thunderstorms we stayed in on Monday afternoon. Fished again Tuesday. Tried a little shallower 300-350 and made the wrong call. Picked up and headed to the same area and boated 2 small kings and another mature along with many losses on the meat. Even lost a jumping coho on the meet. Probably would have did better but the smaller kings did not release my blacks. Wasn't thinking but I should have loosened them up. Not sure why we lost so many fish on that meat setup but ofcourse I replaced the hook and never got another take on it. Dipseys and downriggers were pretty much equal. No spoon bite for us. Just the flasher fly and the meat. Only ran the copper a couple times but it just got in the way. First day we found 50 degrees down 95 on the riggers. The next day had to run 130 on the riggers to find the same water. Did find some bait out there and most marks were around the bait. Also cracked my kicker plate on the trailering up from CT. So it was the weekend of mishaps but I'll take it over working. And the box of 4 kings made up for it.
  15. If I remember correctly its about 6-7 miles out from the Plant. Its a good ways in rough conditions.
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